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THE  REGISTERS 

OF 

WADHAM   COLLEGE, 
OXFORD. 

(PART  /.) 
From  1613  to  1719. 

EDITED,    WITH  BIOGRAPHICAL  NOTES, 


BY    THE 


REV.  ROBERT  BARLOW  GARDINER,  MA.,  F.S.A. 

FORMERLY   SCHOLAR   OF  THE  COLLEGE; 
EDITOR  OF  THE   ADMISSION  REGISTERS   OF  ST.    PAUL'S   SCHOOL. 


LONDON : 

GEORGE  BELL  AND  SONS,  YORK  STREET, 

COVENT    GARDEN. 

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THE  FOUNDERS, 

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THE    GRATITUDE    OF    ONE    OF    THE    FOUNDATION. 


PREFACE. 


SOME  five  years  ago  I  undertook  to  prepare  for  publication 
the  records  of  men  who  had  belonged  to  Wadham  College. 
Beginning  with  the  foundation  of  the  College,  and  continuing 
to  1881,  I  found  that  I  had  gathered  over  6,000  names.    The 
question  then  arose,  by  what  standard  should  I  determine 
who  were  Wadham  men  ?     Should  I  confine  myself  to  the 
members  of  the  Foundation,  or  should  I  include  Commoners  ? 
Should  I  be  guided  by  the  University  Matriculation  Registers, 
or  limit  my  list  to  Graduates  ?     Should  I  depend  on  the 
College  Admission  Registers  as  far  as  they  existed,  or  the 
more   complete  but   very  confused  records  of  Cautions  de- 
posited with  the  College  ?    I  soon,  found  that  no  one  standard 
would  do.     Several  of  the  most  eminent  men  were  never  on 
the  Foundation.     A  very  large   number   resided   and   paid 
Caution  without  matriculating,  a  still  larger  number  without 
graduating.     Many  members  of  the  Foundation  never  paid 
Caution  money,  and  the  Admission  Registers  have  large  gaps 
in  them.     I  have  therefore  determined  to  include  all  the 
names  that  I  could  collect  whether  from  University  or  College 
records,  whether   as   matriculating,  graduating,  residing,  or 
paying  Caution.     And  if  in  such  a  list  I  shall  seem  at  times 
to  have  claimed  for  Wadham  men  whose  careers  belong  more 
properly  to  other  Colleges  or  the  sister  University,   I  shall 


PREFACE. 


have  at  least  wronged  no  writers  save  Dr.  Bloxam  and 
Mr.  Boase  (to  whose  records  of  Magdalen  and  Exeter  men 
I  am  much  indebted,  not  merely  for  information,  but  also  for 
example),  and  shall  not  be  sorry  if  my  work  stirs  up  the 
historians  of  other  Colleges  to  vindicate  their  claims  to  some 
of  those  who  are  here  set  down  as  Wadham  men. 

In  tracing  the  careers  of  men  after  leaving  the  University, 
the  numerous  histories  of  the  English  counties,  especially 
Dorset,  Devon,  and  Somerset,  have  been  searched ;  and  when 
other  clues  failed,  Marshall's  Genealogist's  Guide  has  often 
suggested  fresh  sources  of  information.  Much  material  has 
also  been  gathered  from  the  publications  of  the  Harleian 
Society,  the  Camden  Society,  and  the  Oxford  Historical 
Society.  Weaver's  Somersetshire  Incumbents,  from  which 
many  valuable  suggestions  were  obtained,  only  appeared 
after  my  early  sheets  were  in  type.  Foster's  Alumni 
Oxonienses  hardly  touches  the  period  contained  in  this 
volume. 

The  best  thanks  of  all  interested  in  this  kind  of  work  are 
due  to  the  Warden  and  Fellows  of  Wadham  College  for  the 
courtesy  with  which  they  placed  all  their  records  at  my 
disposal,  and  I  would  express  my  own  gratitude  for  the 
kindness  and  hospitality  which  they  extended  to  me  during 
my  frequent  visits  to  Oxford,  whereby  the  toil  of  this  duty 
of  piety  is  associated  with  many  pleasant  memories.  I  must 
also  beg  the  numerous  clergy  who  have  searched  Registers 
and  copied  monuments  for  me,  particularly  throughout  the 
county  of  Somerset,  to  accept  this  grateful  acknowledgment 
of  the  services  which  they  have  rendered  to  the  work.  And 
I  would  express  my  thanks  to  Sir  Albert  Woods,  Garter,  not 


PREFACE.  vii 


only  for  giving  me  access  to  the  Sussex  Collections  (MS.)  of 
my  late  uncle,  William  Courthope,  Somerset  Herald,  but  also 
for  his  readiness  to  furnish  me  with  help  from  the  valuable 
MS.  Collections  of  Pedigrees  preserved  in  the  College  of 
Arms. 

I  must  mention  that  the  work  has  grown  in  bulk  far 
beyond  what  I  originally  contemplated,  for  I  had  hoped  that 
one  volume  would  contain  all  the  6,000  names  and  some 
Appendices  to  boot  on  the  Wadham  family,  the  Endowment 
and  Estates,  the  Buildings,  Benefactors,  Servants,  Library, 
Plate  and  Pictures,  &c. 

Now  I  will  only  add  that  should  this  record  of  a  hundred 
years  of  Wadham  commend  itself  to  those  interested  in 
University  history,  I  will  endeavour  at  some  future  time  to 
make  use  of  the  large  collections  which  I  have  already 
gathered  so  as  to  carry  on  the  work  for  another  century  and 
a  half. 

In  a  work  consisting  so  largely  of  names  and  dates  it  is 
scarcely  possible  to  avoid  some  errors,  and  perhaps  some 
identifications  may  appear  to  be  based  on  insufficient  grounds. 
I  can  only  say  that  I  have  endeavoured  to  place  strict  limits 
on  my  conjectures,  and  to  give  each  name  and  date  as  nearly 
as  possible  as  it  stands  in  the  original  authority;  so  that, 
with  confidence  in  my  own  efforts  to  be  strictly  honest  in  the 
use  of  my  materials,  I  commit  the  general  result  to  the 
charity  of  students. 

ROBERT  B.  GARDINER. 

2Qth  October,  1889. 


TABLE  OF  CONTENTS. 


Introduction 

Fasti  for  Wadham  College 

The  Wardenship  of— 

Kobert  Wright       . 

John  Flemmyng    . 

William  Smith      . 

Daniel  Estcot 

John  Pitt 

John  Wilkins 

Walter  Blandford 

Gilbert  Ironside    . 

Thomas  Dunster    . 
Appendix — 

The  Chamber  Books 
Additions  and  Corrections 
Index  of  Names  . 


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INTRODUCTION. 


WADHAM  COLLEGE  was  founded  by  Nicholas  Wadham,  of 
Meri field,  in  the  county  of  Somerset,  and  Dorothy  his  wife, 
daughter  of  Sir  William  Petre,  of  Writtle,  in  the  county  of 
Essex.  Being  the  last  male  of  an  ancient  and  wealthy  stock, 
seated  in  Devonshire  from  the  reign  of  Edward  I.,  Nicholas 
desired  while  leaving  the  Wadham  estates  to  his  natural  heirs, 
his  sisters  and  their  descendants,  to  secure  the  perpetuation 
of  his  family  name  by  founding  the  "  Collegium  Wadhami " 
out  of  his  private  fortune.  It  is  said  that  it  was  at  first 
intended  to  establish  a  college  at  Venice  for  the  reception  of 
English  students  ;  but  however  this  may  have  been,  Nicholas 
Wadham  had  changed  his  purpose  before  his  death,  and 
resolved  to  establish  in  the  University  of  Oxford,  where  he 
had  himself  been  at  one  time  a  Fellow  Commoner  either  of 
Christ  Church  or  of  Corpus  Christi  College,  "Collegium 
pauperum  et  indigentium  Scholarium  ad  laudem,  gloriam  et 
honorem  Omnipotentis  Dei,  bonarum  litterarum  incrementum 
ac  communem  hujus  regni  utilitatem."  With  this  end  in  view 
he  endeavoured  to  acquire  the  site  of  Gloucester  Hall  (now 
Worcester  College),  but  he  died  before  the  completion  of  the 
purchase,  having  intrusted  the  fulfilment  of  his  design  to 
his  widow.  Failing  to  secure  the  ground  selected  by  her 
husband,  Dorothy  Wadham  purchased  of  the  citizens  of 
Oxford  the  site  of  Austin  Friars ;  and  having  obtained 
Letters  Patent  from  King  James  I.  (dated  20  December, 
1610)  she  proceeded  to  erect  upon  it  the  buildings 
which  still  stand  there,  almost  unchanged,  and  which  form 
perhaps  the  most  uniform  and  perfect  specimen  of  collegiate 
architecture  in  the  University. 

On  the  16th  August,  1612,  she  put  forth  the  statutes  of 
the  college,  and  on  the  20th  April.  1613,  the  Society  was 
constituted  by  the  admission  of  the  Warden,  Fellows  and 


INTRODUCTION. 


Scholars  nominated  by  the  Foundress.  At  this  time  the 
building  must  have  been  nearly  finished  ;  the  chapel  was 
consecrated  on  the  29th  April,  1613.  The  building  comprised 
a  chapel  with  ante-chapel,  a  hall  and  kitchen  with  library 
over  it  and  numerous  chambers,  of  which  a  further  account 
will  be  found  in  the  Appendix. 

The  Foundress  continued  to  direct  the  management  of 
the  college  in  many  respects  until  her  death  in  1618. 

THE  STATUTES 

state  that  the  college  is  founded  for  a  Warden,  fifteen 
Fellows,  as  many  Scholars,  two  "  Capellani  in  sacris  ordinibus 
constituti,"  two  "  Clerici,"  an  Obsonator,  two  Cooks,  two 
Butlers  and  a  Porter.  The  Fellows  were  allowed  to  study  in 
any  faculty,  but  the  Warden  was  required  to  proceed  to  the 
degree  of  Doctor  of  Divinity  within  a  year  of  his  election. 
A  Fellow  might  retain  his  fellowship  for  eighteen  years  from 
his  regency  as  M.A. ;  a  Scholar  might  remain  in  his  place  if 
he  wished  for  twelve  years  after  taking  his  degree  of  M.A. 
Three  of  the  Scholars  were  to  be  taken  from  the  county  of 
Somerset  and  three  from  Essex:  and  by  a  subsequent 
ordinance  the  Foundress  directed  that  persons  of  Founder's 
kin,  if  fit,  should  have  a  preference  in  elections,  provided 
that  tliere  should  not  be  more  than  three  Fellows  and  three 
Scholars  of  Founder's  kin  at  the  same  time  in  the  college. 
Commoners  and  Batellars  might  be  admitted  to  reside  in  the 
college,  but  their  tutors  must  give  a  bond  of  £10  for  the 
payment  of  the  pupils'  Battels.  A  Commoner  was  to  give 
twenty  shillings  or  a  silver  cup  on  his  admission ;  a  Batellar 
ten  shillings.  Pupils  were  not  to  take  the  College  Oath 
before  the  age  of  fifteen.  The  Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells 
for  the  time  being  was  appointed  Visitor,  with  the  power  of 
visiting  once  in  five  years  or  oftener  on  the  requisition  of  the 
Warden  and  Seniors. 

COLLEGE  OFFICERS. 

These  were  originally  eight  in  number  besides  the  Warden, 
viz.  Sub-Warden,  Dean,  two  Bursars,  Humanity  Lecturer, 
Catechist,  Moderator  of  Philosophy  and  Sub-Dean :  to  these 
was  added  a  Librarian  in  1618 ;  and  in  1623  "  a  new  class 


INTRODUCTION. 


was  constituted  of  the  Inferior  Class  of  Sophisters/'  and  a 
tenth  officer  (Moderator  Novae  Classis)  was  elected,  appar- 
ently to  assist  the  Sub-Dean.  All  the  original  offices  were 
held  almost  invariably  by  Fellows,  except  that  of  Sub-Dean, 
which  was  generally  held  by  a  graduate  Scholar  or  Probationer 
Fellow ;  the  Librarian  was  always  a  Fellow ;  the  Moderator 
Novae  Classis,  was  generally  a  Scholar,  but  occasionally 
a  Commoner :  this  latter  officer  was  appointed  annually  till 
1640,  and  again  from  1666  to  1689,  after  which  date  the 
records  of  elections  cease  for  a  time.  The  other  officers  con- 
tinued to  be  appointed  nominally  each  December,  but  in  the 
middle  of  the  last  century  a  custom  grew  up  of  allowing  some 
or  all  of  them  to  act  by  deputy,  so  that  at  times  three  or 
four  Fellows  (and  even  two)  were  executing  all  the  offices, 
the  nominal  holders  being  non-resident,  and  only  coming  up 
for  Elections  and  other  business.  All  the  officers  were 
nominated  by  the  Foundress  as  long  as  she  lived.  Sub- 
sequently they  were  elected  annually  on  St.  Nicholas  Day, 
6th  December.  The  officers  then  elected  served  therefore 
for  the  year  following  their  date  of  election,  or  if  we  observe 
the  Old  Style,  for  the  last  three  months  of  the  year  of  election 
and  nine  months  of  the  subsequent  year.  The  Bursars 
seem  generally  to  have  each  executed  the  duties  of  their  office 
for  half  the  year. 

At  first  most  of  the  offices  changed  hands  annually,  and 
were  rarely  held  for  more  than  two  consecutive  years ;  and 
even  when  it  was  seen  to  be  desirable  to  secure  more  con- 
tinuity in  the  working  of  the  college,  this  was  obtained  by 
the  above  system  of  deputies,  the  officers  being  still  nominally 
changed. 

THE  RECORDS. 

In  dealing  with  the  records  of  Wadham,  it  is  necessary  to 
break  up  the  subject  into  Periods. 

The  First  of  these  Periods  will  extend  from  the  opening  of 
the  college  in  1613  to  the  end  of  the  Civil  War,  about  1647  ; 
this  will  include  the  time  of  the  first  five  Wardens. 

The  Second  Period  will  be  from  1647  to  1659,  the  reign  of 
Warden  Wilkins  :  during  part  of  which  time  the  University 
was  under  the  rule  of  the  Parliamentary  Visitors. 

The  Third  Period  will  run  from  1659  to  1689,  and  include 
the  reigns  of  Wardens  Blandford  and  Ironside. 


xiv  INTRODUCTION. 

The  Fourth  Period  extends  from  1689  to  1738,  the  reigns 
of  Wardens  Dunster,  Baker  and  Thistlethwayte. 

The  Fifth  Period  is  from  1738  to  1806;  the  time  of 
Wardens  Lisle,  Wyndham,  Gerard  and  Wills. 

The  Sixth  Period  is  from  1806  to  1881 :  the  time  of 
Wardens  Tournay,  Symons  and  Griffiths. 

Of  these  Periods  the  first  three  and  part  of  the  fourth  are 
included  in  the  present  volume. 

For  the  First  Period  then  (1613—1647)  the  documents 
available  are : 

A.  The  Register  of  Foundationers. 

B.  Liber   sive    registrum    continens    nomina    Primorum 
Gardiani,  Sociorum,  Scholarium,  Capellanorum  et  Clericorum 
Collegii     Wadhami :     omnium    etiam     Commensalium    et 
Battelariorum  a  prima  fundatione  admissorum. 

C.  The  College  Caution  Books. 
M.  The  College  Convention  Books. 

And  these  are  supplemented  by  the  University  Subscrip- 
tion Book,  University  Matriculation  Register,  and  the  Lists 
of  Graduates. 

Two  books  containing  the  names  of  the  occupants  of  the 
chambers  in  college  are  also  extant  for  this  period ;  but 
they  are  far  from  complete,  and  after  the  war  began  the 
entries  are  very  irregular. 

Of  these  documents  the  Foundation  Register  (A)  is 
complete  and  apparently  contemporaneous ;  B  was  compiled 
in  1636,  probably  by  Warden  Estcot:  it  may  have  been 
based  on  early  Caution  Books,  but  I  can  find  no  clue  as  to 
his  authority  for  the  lists  from  1613 — 1636  :  though  they 
correspond  in  part  with  the  existing  Caution  Books  and 
the  University  Matriculations. 

The  Caution  Books  (C)  profess  to  date  from  the  foundation 
of  the  college,  but  the  entries  as  to  Commoners  and  Fellow 
Commoners  appear  to  be  only  commenced  regularly  from  the 
Bursarship  of  Osborne  and  Anketill  (1620—1621).  I  am 
inclined  however  to  think  that  the  book  was  first  kept 
regularly  by  Bursars  Estcot  and  Payton  (1621—1622),  and  that 
all  Cautions  then  in  the  Bursars'  hands  were  prefixed  to 
the  record :  at  any  rate  the  first  entries  as  to  Batellars' 
Cautions  were  made  by  these  Bursars.  The  earliest  note 
of  the  restoration  of  a  Caution,  apparently  in  Estcot's  hand- 
writing, is  dated  January  1621.  The  entries  are  continued 


INTRODUCTION. 


xv 


steadily  till  1642,  after  which  there  are  no  entries  till 
1646—1647. 

The  entries  in  the  Convention  Book  (M)  though  brief 
are  complete  from  the  Foundation. 

The  University  Subscription  Book  contains  nothing  but 
bare  names ;  and  no  Matriculations  are  recorded  at  Wadham 
till  1615,  under  which  year  there  are  seven  entries,  just  as 
the  first  volume  of  the  Kegister  comes  to  an  end;  from 
October  13th,  1615,  the  entries  continue  regularly  through 
the  other  volumes.  But  it  must  be  observed  that  during 
the  Civil  War  (1642 — 1647)  neither  the  College  nor  University 
Books  appear  to  have  been  kept  at  all  carefully. 

With  the  Second  Period  (1647—1659)  an  entire  change 
takes  place  in  the  documents  available.  A,  which  during  the 
Civil  War  has  become  somewhat  irregular  is  again  complete, 
noting  the  decrees  of  the  Parliamentary  Visitors.  B  on  the 
contrary  ceases  entirely.  The  Caution  Books  (G)  and  other 
College  accounts  were  re-arranged  by  the  intruded  Fellows  and 
kept  on  a  new  plan.  Lee  and  Lawrence  recommence  entries 
in  the  Caution  Book,  18  October,  1648,  but  it  remains  in 
great  confusion  till  1652.  Webber  and  Morland  (chosen 
Bursars  6th  December,  1652)  wrote  out  a  list  of  all  Cautions 
received  since  1648,  which  still  were  remaining  in  their 
hands,  and  from  this  date  the  entries  are  regularly  made  till 
1697.  The  records  of  Admission  Fees  commence  in  Lee's 
Bursarship  (1653 — 54)  and  are  continued  till  1698. 

The  various  Bursars'  Books  (D)  now  become  useful, 
supplying  lists,  sometimes  of  Foundationers,  sometimes  of 
Officers.  M  ceases  altogether,  and  regular  entries  are  not 
resumed  till  the  election  of  Blandford  to  the  Wardenship 
in  1659 :  but  on  March  7,  1653,  "  It  was  ordered  by  the 
Society  that  the  former  Orders  agreed  upon  at  several 
times  scattered  in  loose  papers  be  registered  and  kept 
together  in  this  book,"  i.e.  a  small  vellum-covered  book 
in  which  there  are  a  few  entries  varying  in  date  from 
1650—1658. 

The  University  Register  of  Matriculations  is  at  this  time 
very  unsatisfactory.  "From  1647  to  1649  there  seems  to 
have  been  no  record  of  Matriculations  at  all,  if  indeed  there 
were  any.  Thus  when  the  Bedell  appointed  by  the  Visitors 
began  to  register  Matriculations  in  1649,  having  had  no 
experience,  nor  any  former  book  to  serve  as  a  model,  he  made 


INTRODUCTION. 


the  serious  mistake  of  omitting  to  enter  the  age  and  the 
place  of  birth  against  the  names  of  those  who  were  matricu- 
lated during  the  period  of  the  Commonwealth"  (Burrows) 
In  fact  he  seems  to  have  only  cared  to  note  the  fee  paid, 
which  as  it  depended  on  the  status  of  the  parent  leads  him  to 
enter  that  information  in  his  Register. 

The  Chamber  Books  also  contain  entries  for  this  period ; 
and  an  endeavour  was  made  to  introduce  a  new  system  of 
keeping  this  record,  but  it  was  soon  dropped. 

For  the  Third  Period  (1659—1689), 

A  continues  to  be  well  kept :  but  B  is  only  kept  from 
1659—1668. 

C.  The  Caution  Books  profess  to  be  complete  for  this 
period. 

M  is  kept  for  the  whole  of  this  period. 

The  Matriculation  Registers  of  the  University  begin  to  be 
kept  in  the  old  form  in  March,  16£f. 

For  the  Fourth  Period  as  far  as  it  is  included  in  this 
volume  (1689 — 1719)  there  is  a  sad  lack  of  records,  for  A  is 
only  kept  up  to  1694,  B  is  a  blank,  nor  are  there  any  entries 
in  the  Convention  Book;  fortunately  however  the  Caution 
Books  profess  to  be  complete  for  this  period,  the  only  blank 
being  from  Midsummer  1697  to  Christmas  1698,  and  even 
for  that  time  there  is  a  record  of  Admission  fees. 

Some  help  also  can  be  obtained  towards  filling  up  this 
gap  from  the  various  Bursars'  Books  (Z>),  preserved  in  the 
Muniment  room. 

For  the  First  Period  then  (1613—1647)  I  have  printed 
the  names  mainly  as  they  stand  in  B  ;  that  is  I  have  placed 
under  each  year  the  names  of  the  Socii  Commen  sales,  Com- 
mensales  and  Batellarii.  To  these  I  have  occasionally 
prefixed  the  name  of  any  member  of  the  Foundation  whose 
admission  is  recorded  in  A  and  not  in  B. 

The  list  thus  made  is  supplemented  by,  (1)  names  which 
occur  in  the  College  Caution  Books,  (2)  names  which  occur 
in  the  University  Matriculation  Register,  (3)  names  of 
persons  whose  connection  with  the  college  is  not  otherwise 
recorded  than  that  they  are  stated  to  have  graduated  from 
Wadham,  (4)  names  which  occur  in  the  List  of  Pupils,  the 
Chamber  Books,  the  Burial  Register  or  any  other  docu- 
ments, and  who  stood  in  various  relations  to  the  college.  I 
have  not  included  the  names  of  College  servants,  for  I  had 


INTRODUCTION. 


intended  to   have   an  Appendix   to  contain   the   names  of 
Privilegiati  and  Servientes. 

It  will  be  observed  at  once  how  many  men  entered  at 
the  college  (some  even  as  Foundationers)  without  graduating, 
and  further  that  numbers  of  men  appear  in  the  College 
Registers  without  matriculating,  or  matriculate  without 
being  entered  on  the  Registers,  and  some  appear  even  to 
graduate  without  having  matriculated  :  some  names  appear 
only  in  the  Caution  Books,  while  at  the  same  time  it  is  often 
ascertained  that  these  men  kept  residence  from  the  Chamber 
Books  or  some  entry  as  to  Battels. 

It  is  obvious  that  since  B  has  no  entries  for  the  Second 
Period  (1647 — 1659)  a  new  system  must  be  here  adopted  for 
arranging  the  names.  I  should  have  chosen  to  adopt  the 
order  in  the  Caution  Books,  but  at  this  time  the  entries  are 
very  much  confused.  The  six  intruded  Fellows  who  with  the 
new  Warden  managed  the  college,  seem  with  the  exception 
of  Lee  to  have  been  hopelessly  unsystematic :  and  Lee  had 
an  arrangement  of  his  own  which  no  succeeding  Bursars  took 
the  trouble  to  carry  out. 

On  the  whole  therefore,  after  using  the  Register  of 
Foundationers  (A)  I  propose  in  this  period  to  arrange  the 
names  as  they  stand  in  the  University  Matriculation  Book 
and  to  supplement  the  lists  so  made  from  the  Caution  Books, 
List  of  Graduates,  &c. 

For  the  early  part  of  the  Third  Period,  covering  nearly  the 
Wardenship  of  Blandford,  I  am  able  to  return  to  the 
use  of  the  College  Registers,  and  to  print  the  names  in  the 
order  there  given,  supplementing  them  from  the  same  sources 
as  in  the  First  period  :  but  after  the  entries  cease  in  B  I  am 
obliged  to  fall  back  again  upon  the  University  Matriculation 
Registers  for  the  order,  only  prefixing  to  each  year  the  names 
of  members  of  the  Foundation,  and  such  others  as  are  found 
in  the  Caution  Books,  but  are  not  recorded  as  matriculating. 

And  for  the  Fourth  Period  .(1689—1719)  in  the  scarcity 
of  College  records  I  am  almost  entirely  dependent  on  the 
Matriculation  Registers  supplemented  from  the  Caution 
Books. 

If  therefore  full  information  is  obtained  about  a  man,  his 
name  is  followed  by  his  status  in  college,  and  his  county, 
and  sometimes  by  a  reference  to  his  parentage  from  Register 
B ;  then  comes  the  notice  of  his  matriculation,  given  in  Latin 

b 


INTRODUCTION. 


from  the  University  Registers :  next  the  date  of  his  payment 
of  Caution  Money,  which  is  sometimes  "  restored "  to  him, 
sometimes  "  taken  up  for  Battels "  and  occasionally  "  paid 
over"  to  some  Fellow,  presumably  his  tutor  or  to  some 
other  person :  sometimes  the  Caution  is  "  replaced "  and 
"  restored  "  more  than  once  :  next  if  he  became  a  member  of 
the  Foundation  comes  the  notice  of  his  admission  from 
Register  A,  with  a  further  entry  as  to  his  age  and  place  of 
birth  or  residence,  sometimes  confirmatory,  sometimes  con- 
tradictory of  the  former  entry :  then  come  the  dates  of  a  man's 
several  degrees :  next,  if  on  the  Foundation  his  admission  to  a 
Fellowship  and  the  College  offices  which  he  held  (from  M). 
To  these  are  subjoined  any  further  facts  connected  with  his 
name  while  he  was  at  Oxford  :  such  as  the  chambers  which 
he  occupied  successively,  his  leaves  of  absence  &c.  Where  it 
has  been  possible  to  trace  a  man's  subsequent  career,  the 
information  has  been  added  in  small  type,  together  with  the 
names  of  any  works  of  which  he  was  the  author;  and  in 
some  cases  a  statement  is  appended  showing  the  relationship 
which  existed  with  other  Wadham  men,  together  with  a 
reference  to  any  pictures  in  the  possession  of  the  college. 
As  this  record  contains  the  names  of  all  men  who  have 
entered  college,  it  will  naturally  be  found  that  in  many 
cases  only  one  or  two  of  the  above-mentioned  notices  can  be 
given :  but  in  the  cases  of  Members  of  the  Foundation  the 
record  is  tolerably  complete.  The  notes  as  to  the  chambers 
occupied  by  distinguished  men  are  interesting,  as  the  rooms 
are  still  almost  identical  with  those  here  referred  to  ;  the 
dates  of  "  leave  of  absence  "  during  the  Civil  War  are  fully 
given  in  order  that  they  may  be  compared  with  the  move- 
ments of  the  Bang's  Army.  In  the  matter  of  the  restoration 
of  Cautions  too  often  only  the  day  of  the  month  is  entered 
without  the  year,  and  even  if  the  Bursar's  name  be  added 
it  is  often  impossible  to  say  to  which  of  his  periods  of  office  the 
entry  is  to  be  referred. 

In  conclusion,  let  me  express  a  hope  that  this  record  will 
show  that  the  "  Foundation  of  Nicholas  Wadham  and 
Dorothy  his  wife  "  has  not  fallen  short  of  the  end  which  they 
set  before  them  when  they  established  a  College  "  for  the 
glory  and  honour  of  Almighty  God,  the  promotion  of  sound 
learning  and  the  advantage  of  this  realm." 


FASTI 


WADHAM     COLLEGE. 


In  which  are  included  such  dates  in  the  history  of 
England  and  of  the  City  of  Oxford,  as  may  serve  to 
explain  the  actions  of  the  College  and  its  members  ; 
together  with  the  appointments  of  the  Wardens  and  of 
the  successive  Bishops  of  Bath  and  Wells,  who  were 
nominated  Visitors  by  the  Foundress. 

1603.     24  March.  Accession  of  James  I. 
1605.       5  Nov.  Gunpowder  Plot. 

1608.  29  March.  James  Montague,  Bishop  of  Bath  and 

Wells. 

1609.  20  Oct.  Death  of  Nicholas  Wadham. 

1610.  31  July.  Foundation  Stone  laid. 

20  Dec.  King  James's  Letters  Patent. 
1612.     16  August.  Statutes  of  Dorothy  Wadham. 

1612.  Death  of  Dr.  Bisse,  Founder  of  the  Library. 

1613.  20  April.  Admission  of  OTarfcen  fflUigf)t  and  the  first 

members  of  the  Society. 
29  April.  Consecration  of  the  Chapel. 
*19  July.  Resignation  of  OTattJC 
3  Sept.  Nomination  of  (fflartien 


*  These  dates  are  given  slightly  wrong  in  the  body  of  the.  Work. 

b  2 


xx  FASTI     FOR    WADHAM     COLLEGE. 

1616.     17  Oct.  Arthur  Lake,  Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells. 
I6ff-.    16  March.  Death  of  Marten  Clemming. 

24  March.  Nomination  of  ffitatiJen  SllUtf). 
1618.     16  May.  Death  of  Dorothy  Wadham. 

30  Oct.  The    King    attempts    to    intrude    William 

Durham  as  Fellow. 
1623.       3  Oct.  A  New  Class  constituted  out  of  the  Inferior 

Class  of  Sophisters. 
1625.     27  March.  Accession  of  King  Charles  I. 

1625.  20  July.  Plague  in  Oxford. 

1626.  20  June.  William  Laud,  Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells. 

1628.  24  July.  Leonard  Mawe,  Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells. 

1629.  29  Oct.  Walter  Curie,  Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells. 

1632.  26  Nov.  William  Pierce,  Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells. 

1633.  17  July.  Visitation  of  the  College. 
1635.     *5  Sept.  Resignation  of  TOattJCn  Smttf). 

1635.  *7  Sept.  Election  of  OTattieu  lEmrott. 

1636.  9  Sept,  Further  Visitation  of  the  College. 

1642.  22  Aug.  Charles  raises  his  Standard  at  Nottingham. 

23  Oct.  (Sunday)  Battle  of  Edgehill. 
29  Oct.  The  King  enters  Oxford. 

29  Nov.  The  King  returns  to  Oxford. 
5  Dec.  The  King  demands  the  College  Plate. 

1643.  13  July.  Battle  of  Devizes. 
27  July.  Siege  of  Bristol. 

10  Aug.  Siege  of  Gloucester. 

20  Sept.  First  Battle  of  Newbury. 

1644.  22  Jan.  Parliament  summoned  at  Oxford. 

9  April.  Death  of  (ISatfcm  ISstCOtt, 

13  April.  Election  of  OTartrm  ^ttt 
29  June.  Battle  of  Cropredy  Bridge. 

2  July.  Battle  of  Marston  Moor. 
27  Oct.  Second  Battle  of  Newbury. 

1645.  10  Jan.  Execution  of  Archbishop  Laud. 

Fairfax  besieges  Oxford. 

14  June.  Battle  of  Naseby. 

1646.  26  April.  The  King  leaves  Oxford. 

24  June.  Surrender  of  Oxford. 

1647.  1  May.  Ordinancefor  the  Visitation  and  Reformation 

of  the  University  of  Oxford. 

*  These  dates  are  given  slightly  wrong  in  the  body  of  the  Work. 


FASTI     FOR     WADHAM     COLLEGE. 


16fl-. 
1648. 

1649. 
1651. 


1652. 

16ff  . 
1654. 
1658. 
1659. 


1660. 
1665. 

1668. 

1670. 
1677. 
1681. 
1684. 
16f|. 
1685. 


1687. 

1687. 
1688. 
1688. 


1689. 
1689. 


3  March.  Deprivation  of 

6  April.     Last  entry  in  the  Convention  Book. 

13  April.  Barton  ratltos  intruded  by  the  Visitors. 

30  January.  Execution  of  King  Charles  I. 

23  May.  Certificate  of  the  Visitors  that  Wadham 
and  Trinity  Colleges  are  "  in  a  fitt  capacity  to 
make  their  own  elections  in  a  statutable  way." 

15  June.  Appointment    of    the     Second    Board    of 

Visitors. 

January.  Appointment  of  the  Third  Board  of  Visitors. 
November.  Death  of  John  Goodridge,  Benefactor. 
3  Sept.  Death  of  Oliver  Cromwell. 

3  Sept.  Resignation  of  (HJarton  OTf  IfeitUf.     Entries 

in  the  Convention  Book  resumed. 

5  Sept.  Election  of  ftHatlien  23lant)fottJ. 
8  May.  Proclamation  of  King  Charles  II. 

4  Dec.  Resignation  of  Bishop  Blandford. 

7  Dec.  Election  of  OTattiw  tfronstlie. 

The  Vicarage  of  Wadhurst,  Sussex,  bequeathed  to 

the  College. 

25  May.  Robert  Creighton,  Bishop  of  Bath  &  Wells. 
25  Oct.  Will  of  Rev.  William  White  of  Pusey,  Berks. 
21  March.  Parliament  meets  at  Oxford. 

First  record  of  Goodridge  Exhibitioners. 
25  Jan.  Thomas  Ken  Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells. 
6  Feb.  Accession  of  King  James  II. 
11  June.  Landing  of  the  Duke  of  Monmouth. 

6  July.  Battle  of  Sedgemoor. 

5  Septr.  The  King  visits  Oxford,  OTaxfcen  ItOttSfte 

being  Vice  Chancellor. 

25  Oct.  Intrusion  of  the  Bishop  of  Oxford  as  Pre- 
sident of  Magdalen  College. 

16  Nov.  Expulsion  of  the  Fellows  &c.,  of  Magdalen 

College. 
25  Oct.  Restoration  of  the  President  and  Fellows  of 

Magdalen  College. 

5  Nov.  William,  Prince  of  Orange  lands  at  Torbay. 
13  Feb.  Accession  of  William  III.  and  Maiy  II. 

7  Oct.  Resignation  of  Bishop  Ironside. 
*21  Oct.  Election  of  OTarten 


*  These  dates  are  given  slightly  wrong  in  the  body  of  the  Work. 


xxii  FASTI     FOR     WADHAM     COLLEGE. 

1690.     15  April.  Last  Entry  in  the  Convention  Book. 
1091.     13  June.  Thomas   Kidder,    Bishop    of    Bath   and 

Wells. 

1694.     29  June.     Death  of  Robert  Smith  (Benefactor). 
1694.     28  Dec.  Death  of  Queen  Mary. 
1702.       8  March.  Death  of  King  William  III. 
170J.     14  March.  George   Hooper,  Bishop   of    Bath    and 

Wells. 

1706.     20  Jan.  Death  of  Dr.  Hody,  Benefactor. 
1714.       1  Aug.  Death  of  Queen  Anne. 
Accession  of  King  George  I. 
13  Aug.  The  Parsonage  of  Esher,  Surrey,  bequeathed 

to  the  College. 
1716.     19  Feb.  Will  of  Sir  Benjamin  Maddox  (Benefactor) 

proved. 

1719.    17  May.  Death  of  S2Sarben  Bunster, 
23  May.  Admission  of 


2Hatr|)am  College, 


1613—1719. 

THE  WARDENS, 

FELLOWS  &  SCHOLARS,    CHAPLAINS  &   CLERKS, 

FELLOW  COMMONERS, 
COMMONERS  AND  BATELLARS, 

SERVITORS, 
AND    OTHER    MEMBERS    OF    THE    SOCIETY. 


ABBKEVIATIONS. 

IN  a  work  of  this  kind  it  is  unnecessary  to  explain  the 
ordinary  contractions  of  University  records,  but  the  following 
observations  must  be  noted. 

The  letters  JF.  and  £.  must  be  read  Fellow  or  Fellowship, 
Scholar  or  Scholarship. 

|l.  Probationer  Fellow. 
Jf.  (ft.  Fellow  Commoner. 
<£.  Commoner. 
13.  Batellar. 
fBL  Matriculated. 
OT.fH.  Caution  Money. 

Goodridge  Exhibitions.  Four  Commoners  and 
three  Scholars  were  chosen  annually  to  receive 
these. 

s.p.  sine  prole ;  s.p.m.  sine  prole  mascula. 
v.p.  vita  patris. 

Eegister  A  is  the  Foundationer's  Register. 
B  is  the  Commoner's  Register. 
C  stands  for  the  Caution  Books. 
D  stands  for  the  Bursars'  Accounts. 
M  stands  for  the  Minutes  in  the  Convention  Books. 
O.H.S.  refers  to  the  publications  of  the  Oxford  Historical 
Society. 

With  regard  to  dates,  it  must  be  remembered  that,  accord- 
ing to  the  Old  Style,  the  year  began  on  25th  March ;  so  that 
for  the  first  three  months  of  a  year  a  double  date  is  often 
used :  while  sometimes  the  entries  were  made  according  to 
the  Old  Style,  and  sometimes  according  to  the  New.  These 
irregularities  have  been  carefully  observed.  When  ?  is 
attached  to  a  date,  it  is  a  conjecture  of  the  Editor's. 

Similarly  the  names  of  places  have  been  printed  as 
written ;  sometimes  strange  names  like  Autre  (i.e.  Ottery), 
Sebaru  (i.e.  Seaburrow),  have  been  successfully  identified ; 
sometimes  a  conjecture  is  offered  (with  ?) ;  but  frequently 
the  name  remains  obscure.  It  must  be  remembered  that 
these  names  were  taken  down  by  a  Bedell  from  the  lips  of  an 
uncouth  boy  who  pronounced  in  his  county  dialect,  and  often 
gave  the  name  of  a  hamlet  or  manor  as  his  native  place,  all 
trace  of  which  has  since  disappeared  from  maps  and  records. 


Mabbam  College, 


1613. 

DOROTHY  WADHAM,  by  her  Charter  of  Foundation, 
dated  16  August,  1612,  founded  the  College  for 
one  Warden,  fifteen  Fellows,  fifteen  Scholars,  two 
Chaplains,  and  two  Clerks,  besides  the  necessary 
servants. 

The  original  Members  of  the  Foundation  were  : — 

Marten. 
EGBERT   WRIGHT,  D.D. 


jfellows. 

WILLIAM  SMITH,  M.A. 
JOHN  GOODRIDGE,  M.A. 
EDWARD  BRUNCKARD,  M.A. 
JOHN  PITTS,  M.A. 
*MATTHEW  OSBORNE,  M.A. 
JAMES  HARINGTON,  M.A. 
HENRY  ANCKTILL,  M.A. 
DANIEL  ESCOTT,  B.A. 
HUMPHREY  SYDENHAM,  B.A. 
RICHARD  PULESTON,  B.A. 
FRANCIS  STRODE,  B.A. 
RALPH  FLEXNEY,  B.A. 
THOMAS  HARRIS,  B.A. 
WILLIAM  PAYTON,  B.A. 
JOHN  SWADELL. 

Cbaplains. 

THOMAS  RANDOLPHS,  M.A. 
GILBERT  STOKES,  M.A. 


Scbolars. 
NICHOLAS  BREWEN. 
ROBERT  ELLIS. 
AMIAS  HEXT. 
JOHN  WOOLEY. 
WILLIAM  ARNOLD. 
ROBERT  ARNOLD. 
WALTER  STONEHOUSE. 
WILLIAM  BOSWELL. 
JOHN  WILLIS. 
JOHN  FLAVELL. 
RICHARD  TAPPER. 
ALEXANDER  HEWIS. 
GEORGE  HILL. 
WILLIAM  POTTER. 
*ISAAC  SMITH. 

Clerfts. 

ALEXANDER  GILL. 
f  WILLIAM  NICHOLS. 


All  these  were  admitted  on  20  April,  1613,  except  Osborne 
and  Smith,  who  were  admitted  the  8  June,  and  Nichols,  who  was 
admitted  the  1  July. 

B 


War&en 

1613. 

Robert  Wright  was  born  at  St.  Albans,  Herts,  and  £K.  at 
Trinity  College  in  1574  (Hartford,  pleb.  fil.  an.  nat. 
14)  :  on  7  June  of  the  same  year  he  was  elected  Sj* 
being  then  aged  15.  Having  graduated  B.A.  23  June, 
1580,  he  was  elected  Jf.  25  May,  1581.  His  subsequent 
degrees  were  M.A.  7  July,  1584  ;  B.D.  6  April,  1592  ; 
D.D.  2  July,  1597.  Rector  of  Woodford,  Essex  (15  Aug. 
1589  to  16  Nov.  1619).  He  became  Rector  of  Brixton 
Deverell,  Wilts,  29  Nov.  1596,  and  Chaplain  to  Queen 
Elizabeth  ;  Rector  of  Bourton  on  the  Water,  Glouc.  ; 
Rector  of  Hayes,  Middlesex,  4  April,  1601  ;  Canon  Re- 
sidentiary and  Treasurer  of  Wells,  21  Dec.  1601  ;  Vicar 
of  Sonning,  Berks,  13  June,  1604,  Chaplain  in  Ordinary 
to  King  James  I.  On  April  20,  1613,  he  was  admitted 
First  TOJartren  of  Wadham,  but  resigned  20  July,  1613. 


He  afterwards  held  the  living  of  Rattingdon,  Essex  (1619),  and 
on  22  March,  1622,  was  consecrated  Bishop  of  Bristol  ;  he  was 
translated  to  Lichfield  and  Coventry  in  1  632,  when  he  resigned 
his  preferment  at  Wells.  He  died  at  his  house  of  Eccleshall, 
in  Staffordshire  in  Aug.  or  Sep.  1643,  while  it  was  besieged  by 
Sir  William  Breerton.  Gutch  says,  "  In  one  of  the  windows 
of  the  outer  chapel  is  this  inscription  : 
'  Kobertus  Wright  Sacrse  Theologise 

Professor  :  Ecclesise  Cathedralis  Wellen  : 

Thesaurarius  Canonicus  R,e 

sidentiarius,  quondam  Collegii 

Trinitatis  Socius  et  Primus 

Hujus  Collegii  Gardianus,' 

with  the  arms  of  Wright,  Party  per  pale,  Or  and  Argent,  on  a 
chevron  azure  between  three  Boars'  heads  couped  sable  as 
many  bezants,  and  in  a  scroll,  '  Anno  Domini,  1615  '"  :  which 
glass  is  still  preserved  in  the  College  Library,  but  the  arms 
and  scroll  are  missing.  His  portrait  is  in  the  College  Hall  : 
for  his  son  Calvert  Wright,  see  1634. 


1613.]  WARDEN     WRIGHT. 


ffellows* 

William  Smith.  fH.  Exeter,  23  March,  159$  (Somerset, 
pleb.  fiL  an.  nat.  15).  B.A.  15  July,  1602 ;  M.A.  8  July, 
1606  ;  B.D.  26  June,  1619,  when  "In  Vesperiis  Gulielmi 
Smith,"  the  following  questions  were  proposed.  (1)  An 
principum  sit  concilia  generalia  indicere  ?  Aff.  (2)  An 
proprium  munus  sit  Papse  generalibus  conciliis  prsesidere  ? 
Neg.  (3)  An  major  sit  authoritas  Concilii  quam  scripturse  ? 
Neg.  D.D.  26  June  1619.  Nominated  as  Sub- Warden 
annually  by  the  Foundress  from  1613  to  1616.  On 
24  March,  16  If,  he  was  nominated  OTJattim  by  her. 
Rector  of  Fryerning,  Essex,  from  18  Sept.  1620  to 
9  June,  1630.  In  1630  he  became  Vice-Chancellor  of 
the  University,  and  held  the  office  for  two  successive 
years.  He  resigned  the  Wardenship  7  Sept.  1635. 

He  was  subsequently  Rector  of  Tredington,  Wore.,  to  which 
he  had  been  presented  31  May,  1629  (State  Papers,  Domestic, 
Vol.  clxiii.  38),  and  Prebendary  of  Worcester,  23  May,  1638. 
He  died  6  May,  1658,  and  was  buried  in  Speechly  Church 
near  Worcester,  with  this  epitaph  : 

Eheu  quod  ipsa  virtus  non  nescit  mori. 
Gulielmi  hie  subtus  Smythi  quiescit  cinis, 
Summi  quern  coluit  Judicis  expectans  diem. 
Tauntonise  natus,  Somersettise  ocello, 
Qui  sacree  paginae  Doctor  Oxonise  fuit, 
Dignus  per  biennium  Vice-Cancellarius, 
Et  tui  primus  Socius,  Tertium  Caput 
(Collegiorum  posthumum)  Wadhamia. 
Annse  hie  juxta  positoe  deinde  nuptus. 
Tredingtonensis  Rector  fuit  Ecclesise, 
Wigornise  Cathedralis  Prebend  arius, 
Utraque  quern  Fortuna,  seel  eundem  videt. 
Quid,  qui  non  possunt,  Lector,  eifundis  fletus  ? 
Non  ilium  lacrymis,  quod  eget,  luge  seclum. 

Natus     1    ad  (  1582  )  4  Octobr 

Denatus  /          1 1658  I  6  Maii. 

He  was  of  the  parish  of  St.  Mary  Magdalen,  Taunton,  and 
was  born  4  Oct.  1582.  Walker  (Su/erings  II.  681)  says  that 

B   2 


4  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  [1613. 

he  was  deprived  of  his  preferments,  and  subsequently  lived  in 
Oriel  College.     His  portrait  hangs  in  the  College  Hall. 

John  Goodridge,  (Goodrigge,  Goodrich).  fH.  Balliol 
20  Jan.  159|  (Devon,  pleb.  fil.  an.  nat.  17).  B.A. 
13  Feb.  160J ;  M.A.  (Gloucester  Hall)  30  Jan.  1606, 
admitted  to  practise  medicine  30  June,  1618.  Nomi- 
nated by  the  Foundress  as  Dean  in  1613,  Bursar  in  1614 
and  1617,  and  succeeded  William  Smith  as  Sub- Warden 
24  March  161f.  After  the  death  of  the  Foundress 
he  was  elected  Sub- Warden  1620,  1627,  1630:  Dean 
1618:  Bursar  1619,  1623,  1625,  1328:  Humanity 
Lecturer  1622 :  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1626 :  and 
Librarian  1621,  1629.  On  20  June,  1631,  having 
completed  eighteen  years  as  JF.  he  was  "  amotus  virtute 
interpretationis  Rev.  in  Xto  patris  Arthur!  (Lake),  Epi 
Bath,  et  Wellen.  in  statutum  de  tempore  ejusmodi 
gradus."  He  lived  in  the  South  Crest,  the  whole 
furniture  of  which  together  with  that  of  its  three  Studies 
he  gave  to  the  College  in  1631. 

He  was  of  the  parish  of  Ulfculme,  Devon.  He  subsequently 
became  Gresham  Professor  of  Rhetoric  (6  Nov.  1638),  and 
Warden  of  Lord  Northampton's  (Trinity)  Hospital  at  Green- 
wich, where  he  died  in  November,  1654,  bequeathing  property 
to  the  College  for  the  foundation  of  Exhibitions,  &c.  His  Will 
is  dated  25  Nov.  and  proved  9  Dec.  1654.  The  account  of  his 
funeral  charges  dated  29  Nov.  1654,  is  among  the  Wardens 
MSS.,  and  the  accounts  of  his  estate  were  audited  26  Mar. 
1655.  Certain  questions  having  arisen  as  to  the  meaning  of 
his  Will,  they  were  settled  in  the  Wardenship  of  Ironsyde, 
30  July,  1668  ;  and  the  following  sentence  is  prefixed  to  the 
decision.  "  Hseres  est  eadein  persona  in  jure  cum  defuncto  et 
jure  voluntatem  Testatoris  (?  declarat)  ;  et  tenet  declaratio  per 
hseredem  facta  quando  alteris  non  est  damnosa  neque  tendit  ad 
proprium  commodum."  Further,  an  appeal  was  made  in  1718 
to  the  "  Four  Wardens  of  the  Mercers'  Company  in  London," 
who  by  a  clause  in  John  Goodridge's  Will,  were  appointed  to 
determine  its  meaning  ;  and  they  decided  that  in  the  election 
of  Exhibitioners  the  Warden  should  have  two  votes,  and  if 
thereby  there  was  an  equal  number  of  votes,  and  it  was  not 
agreed  before  sunset  that  he  should  make  such  choice  for  that 
turn  as  he  should  think  fit  (3  Oct.  1718).  His  portrait  is  in 
the  Warden's  Lodgings,  and  in  the  Hall. 


1613.]  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  5 

Edward  Brunckard  (Brounker).  fft.  St.  Edmund  Hall, 
16  July,  1603  (Wilton :  eq.  fil.  set.  14,  but  in  the  College 
Register  (B)  he  is  described  as  Londinensis,  and  placed 
4th  Jf.  after  Pitt.  B.A.  1  July,  1606  ;  M.A.  3  May, 
1609  ;  B.D.  14  Dec.  1618  ;  D.D.  23  May,  1620.  Nomi- 
nated by  the  Foundress  as  First  Bursar  1613,  and  again 
1614,  as  Catechist  1613,  and  Sub- Warden  1617.  Re- 
signed his  jf.  previous  to  the  election  on  30  June,  1621. 
Chaplain  to  the  King. 

Wood  (M.S.)  describes  him  of  the  parish  of  St.  Booe  (i.e.  1  St. 
Miry  le  Bow),  Middlesex.  There  is  another  Edward  Brunkar 
who  fft.  at  Gloucester  Hall,  14  June,  1605  (Buckingham,  pleb. 
fil.  set.  15). 

John  Pitt  (Pytte,  Pitts).  flj.  Magdalen  Hall,  29  July, 
1603  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil.  set.  ID).  B.A.  31  May,  1606; 
M.A.  (Magd.)  6  May,  1609;  D.D.  24  March,  1645  by 
virtue  of  the  Chancellor's  letters.  Nominated  by  the 
Foundress  first  Dean  1613,  and  1616,  and  1617;  Greek 
Reader  (i.e.  Humanity  Lecturer)  1613  ;  Catechist  1614  ; 
Bursar  1615.  Subsequently  elected  Sub- Ward  en  1619, 
1623,  1626;  Bursar  1618,  1622,  1624;  and  Catechist 
1625.  Resigned  his  Jf.  3  July,  1628.  Elected  TOatfjen 
13  April,  and  admitted  on  25  April,  1644.  On  1  Aug. 
1644,  he  had  leave  of  absence  till  Christmas,  which  was 
extended  on  6  Dec.  to  25  April,  1645.  On  30  June 
it  was  ordered  that  he  should  have  the  garden  on  the 
same  terms  as  the  late  Warden.  Having  taken  a  pro- 
minent part  in  preparing  the  reply  to  Parliament,  he 
was  removed  from  the  Wardenship  3  March,  164|,  and 
ejected  by  the  Visitors  13  April,  1648.  For  the  four 
questions  propounded  by  Order  to  Dr.  Pitt  see  Burrows' 
Visitors'  Register,  page  11. 

He  died  soon  after  at  or  near  lie  Abbots,  Somerset,  where  he 
was  born.  He  was  Eector  of  Blandford  St.  Mary,  Dorset, 
which  living  was  sequestered  in  1645.  In  April  1647  he  was 
appointed  Eector  or  Prebendary  of  Chardstock,  to  be  held 
with  the  Kectory  of  South  Brendon,  Somerset. 

Matthew  Osborne.  £H.  New  College  23  March,  159f 
(Devon,  pleb.  fil.  set.  16).  B.A.  20  Feb.  160f ;  M.A. 


6  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  [1613. 

(Oriel)  21  June,  1610;  B.D.  1  Dec.  1627;  Admitted 
Jf.  8  June,  1613,  and  placed  fifth  on  the  list.  Nomi- 
nated the  tirst  Humanity  Header  1613  ;  Bursar  1613 
and  1617;  Dean  1614;  Catechist  1616.  Subsequently 
elected  Sub- Warden  1618,  1621,  1624,  1628;  Dean 
1619;  Bursar  1620,  1622,  1625,  1627,  1629.  Humanity 
Reader  1623;  Catechist  1626.  On  10  July,  1613,  he 
signed  the  stipulation  for  Battels  on  behalf  of  nine 
pupils.  Proctor  of  the  University,  28  April,  1620.  On 
20  June,  lb'31,  he  was  "amotus,"  having  completed 
eighteen  years  as  JF.  (see  under  Goodridge). 

Wood  says  he  was  of  Christow,  Devon.  He  was  instituted 
Kector  of  Maiden  Newton,  Dorset,  1638  ;  was  sequestered  but 
survived  the  Restoration,  and  was  restored  to  his  living  ;  but 
it  was  vacant  in  1661  by  Osborne's  death,  when  he  was  suc- 
ceeded by  William  Huish,  see  1641.  The  Parish  Register 
contains  the  following  entry :  "  Mr.  Osborne,  M.A.,  who  was 
unjustly  turned  out  by  the  Rumpish  Triers,  and  afterwards 
restored  by  the  just  hand  of  Providence.  Mr.  Brumhall,  his 
base  and  unworthy  successor,  put  in  by  yt  scandalous  party 
and  turned  out  by  God  Almighty."  (Hutchins,  II.  689.) 

James  Harington.  fH.  Hart  Hall  11  Oct.  1605  (Rutland, 
militis  fil.  set.  17).  The  entry  is  Joannes  H.  in  the 
Matriculation  Registers,  but  it  is  James  in  the  Sub- 
scription Book.  B.A.  23  April,  1608 ;  M.A.  1  Feb.  16f°. 
He  was  nominated  first  Bursar  in  1613,  and  again 
1615;  and  was  elected  Catechist  1618  and  Bursar 
1619.  He  preached  the  sermon  in  Latin  at  the  con- 
secration of  the  chapel  29  April,  1613.  On  20  July, 
1613,  he  signed  the  stipulation  for  Battels  on  behalf  of 
four  pupils.  On  10  Oct.  1627,  he  was  deprived  of  his 
JF*  because  he  confessed  that  he  was  possessed  of  an 
annual  pension  of  £40.  He  had  already  (26  April,  1627) 
appealed  to  Laud,  then  Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells,  the 
Visitor  of  the  College,  to  determine  the  matter,  who 
summoned  the  Warden  and  some  of  the  Fellows  to 
London ;  but  when  they  appeared,  Harington  was  absent, 
having  returned  to  Oxford  with  a  Commission  granted 
by  the  King  to  examine  witnesses  upon  oath  ;  where- 
upon the  Visitor  suspended  his  Jf.  till  his  cause  was 


1613. 


WARDEN     WRIGHT. 


tried,  for  which  the  hearing  was  fixed  for  10  Jan.  at  the 
Bishop's  house  at  Westminster.     Meanwhile  in  a  letter 
of  10  Dec.  1627,  the  Visitor  informs  the  Society  that 
his  statement  that  he  had  obtained  the  Commission  with 
the  Visitor's  consent  is  "  altogether  untrue,  and  that  the 
King    in    accordance    with    the    Bishop's   request   has 
graciously   recalled   the   Commission,   and   is   not   well 
pleased   that  he   should   be  abused  by  an  illgrounded 
petition " ;  meanwhile  Harington's  suspension  is  taken 
off.  When  the  case  came  to  be  heard  Harington  pleaded 
that  he  had  received  a  dispensation  from  the  Foundress 
to  retain  his  JF,  in  spite  of  his  pension,  and  produced 
Fellows,  Pytt,  Payton,  Osborne,  Goodridge,  and  Brouncker 
(Jan.  14,  16-f-|),  who  declared  that  James  (Mountague), 
Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells  had  signified  the  same  to 
Warden  Flemmyng  by  letters  (which  letters  Harington 
seems  to  have  accused  Warden  Smith  of  destroying) ; 
further  the  Foundress  had  nominated  him  Bursar  after 
he   acquired  the  property  by  the  death  of  his  uncle. 
Finally  the  Visitor  decided  that  the  presumption  was  in 
Harington's  favour,  arid  restored  him  to  his  JF.,  but  re- 
quired him  to  make  his  submission  to  the  Warden,  and 
fined  him  twenty  marks  in  accordance  with  the  request 
of  the  Warden  and  Fellows,  who  state  that  their  pro- 
ceedings  against   Mr.   Harington   "  have  been  without 
spleen,"   but  desire  that  the  Visitor  will  at  any  rate 
award     that     Harington    pay    the     College     charges, 
amounting  to  £23  6s.  2d.     And  in  a  letter  of  30  Jan. 
16f|-,  the  Bishop  gives  his  reasons  for  the  punishment, 
and  gently  suggests  that  documents  of  importance  should 
be  more  carefully  preserved.  On  22  Feb.  16f|-,  the  Warden 
notifies  the  Visitor  that  Harington  is  still  obstinate,  and 
on  31  March,  1628,  the  Warden  notifies  the  Visitor  that 
Harington  still  refuses  to  make  the  required  submission, 
and  is  uttering  threats  against  the  Visitor;    this  was 
followed  by  a  letter  of  apology  from  Harington  (1  April) 
with  promise  of  submission,  but  on  16  April  the  Warden 
writes  again  that  Harington  has  not  satisfactorily  com- 
plied with  the  Visitor's  orders,  and  encloses  the  evidence 
of    Goodridge    and   Escott   as   to    Harington's   violent 
language.     On  21  April  Harington  again  wrote  to  the 
Visitor  to  obtain  a  remission  of  a  part  of  his  penalty. 


8  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  [1613. 

(State  Papers,  Domestic.  Sub  anno.)  Harington  how- 
ever appears  to  have  persisted  in  reviling  the  Fellows 
generally,  and  the  Warden  in  particular,  so  that  on 

1  Aug.  1629,  he  was  deprived  of  all  the  advantages  of 
his  jK  for  six  months.      On   12  July,   1631,   he   was 
"  amotus  "  having  completed  his  eighteen  years. 

It  appears  from  a  MS.  in  the  College  of  Arms  tliat  he  was 
fourth  son  of  Sir  James  Harington  of  Bidlington,  Rutland. 
His  brother,  Sir  Edward  Harington  married  Margery,  daughter 
and  coheiress  of  John  D'Oyley  of  Merton,  Oxon.  ;  while  her 
sister  Ann  married  Sir  Thomas  Gower  of  Stittenham,  for 
whose  son  "Tom"  see  the  Fellow  Commoners  of  1616,  where 
there  is  a  reference  to  your  "unkell  Harrington."  He  was 
still  unmarried  in  1634. 

Henry  Ancktill  (Ancketyll).  fH.  University  College, 
8  Nov.  1605  (Dorcestr.  arm.  fil.  set.  17).  B.A.  (University) 
19  June,  1609;  M.A.  10  July,  1612;  created  D.D. 
16  Jan.  1642  (in  Wood's  MSS.  the  name  appears  as 
Amptill).  Nominated  first  Catechist  1613,  and  also 
Bursar  1613  and  1616,  to  which  office  he  was  again 
elected  1620.  On  15  July,  1613,  he  signed  the 
stipulation  for  Battels  on  behalf  of  four  pupils.  On 

2  Dec.  1617,  he  obtained  the  Foundress'  permission  to 
travel  for  three  years,  and  enjoy  all  the  benefits  of  his 
Jf.     He  resigned  his  Jf.  14  Dec.  1621,  and  before  1623 
married  Jane,  daughter  of  Thomas  Hussey  of  Shapwick 
(Visitation). 

He  was  third  son  of  Christopher  Anketill  of  East  Aimer  and 
Stour  Provost ;  and  was  baptised  at  St.  James,  Shaftesbury, 
17  March,  1587.  Rector  of  Mells,  Somerset,  and  Prebendary 
of  Wells,  13  April,  1639.  He  took  a  prominent  part  in  the 
Civil  War  ;  was  Governor  of  Corfe  Castle  for  the  king,  and 
was  known  among  the  Roundheads  as  "  Colonel  Anketell,  the 
Priest  and  malignant  Doctor."  He  is  said  to  have  died 
before  the  Restoration.  He  appears  to  have  been  in  some 
points  the  original  of  Dr.  Rochecliffe  in  Scott's  Woodstock. 

Daniel  Estcot.  fH.  Exeter  14  Oct.  1608  (Devon,  pleb.  fil. 
set.  18).  BA.  (Exeter)  4  Nov.  1611 ;  M.A.  (Wadham) 
5  July,  1614  ;  created  D.D.  31  Aug.  1636.  Nominated 


1613.]  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  9 

first  Sub-Dean  1613;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1613 
and  1617;  Dean  1615;  and  Bursar  1616.  After  the 
death  of  the  Foundress  elected  Bursar  1618,  1621,  1623, 
1626,  1628,  1630,  1632,  and  1633.  Humanity  Lecturer 
1619 ;  Sub- Warden  1622,  1625,  1629,  1631  ;  and  Li- 
brarian 1624  and  1627.  He  was  "amotus"  14  July, 
1634,  having  completed  eighteen  years  from  his  M.A., 
but  elected  fflJattiCU  on  7  July,  1635,  when  he  gave 
up  his  Chamber,  the  third  Upper  Chamber  from  the 
Chapel,  otherwise  Foundresse  Chamber.  He  died  April, 
1644,  and  was  buried  in  the  East  End  of  the  Inner 
Chapel  on  the  12th  of  the  same  month.  His  Will, 
dated  7  April  with  codicil  dated  9  April,  1644,  was 
proved  in  the  Prerogative  Court  of  Canterbury,  17  July, 
1646.  He  served  as  Proctor  in  1624;  "for  the  election 
of  which  Proctors  was  the  greatest  canvas  (as  'twas 
thought)  in  the  memory  of  man."  There  were  four 
candidates,  and  Estcot  headed  the  poll  (which  was  kept 
open  till  after  nine  at  night),  with  255  votes  (see  Wood's 
Fasti  I.  414). 

He  was  of  the  parish  of  Sampford  Peverell,  Devon. 

Humphrey  Sydenham.  fflL  Exeter  College,  Lent  Term, 
1606 :  Somerset,  according  to  Wood,  but  no  record 
is  found.  B.A.  (Exeter)  24  Jan.  16}-?;  M.A.  3  Dec. 
1613.  He  was  the  first  person  who  took  his  M.A.  from 
Wadham  College.  Incorporated  M.A.  of  Cambridge, 
1625.  Elected  Catechist  1620  and  1621;  Librarian 
1623;  and  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1624.  On  20  July, 
1613,  he  signed  the  stipulation  for  Battels  for  one  pupil. 
On  22  March,  1618,  he  had  incurred  "  scandalosam 
excommunicationem,"  and  was  punished  accordingly. 
He  resigned  his  Jf.  3  July,  1628. 

He  was  son  of  Humphrey  Sydenham  and  Jane  Champneys  ; 
born  at  Dulverton.  Ordained  Priest  in  1621,  and  presented  to 
the  Vicarage  of  Ashbrittle,  Somerset,  1627,  and  to  the  Vicarage 
of  Pucklington,  Somerset,  1630.  He  was  Chaplain  to  Lord 
Howard  of  Escrick  ;  Hector  of  Odcombe  (Dec.  1644)  ;  and 
Prebendary  of  Wedmore  Tertia  in  Wells  Cathedral.  He  was 
deprived  of  his  livings  by  the  Parliamentary  Commissioners 
for  Somersetshire  ;  and  died  in  Somersetshire  about  1650,  and 


10  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  [1613. 

was  buried  at  Dulverton.  "  He  was  a  person  of  a  quaint  and 
curious  stile,  better  at  practical  than  at  School  Divinity,  and 
was  so  eloquent  and  fluent  a  preacher,  that  he  was  commonly 
called  silver-tongued  Sydenham."  He  was  the  author  of  three 
volumes  of  sermons,  published  respectively  in  1627,  1630,  and 
1637. 

Richard  Puleston.  ffl.  Hart  Hall  16  Oct.  1607  (Oxon. 
gen.  fil.  set.  16).  B.A.  28  Jan.  16-H- ;  M.A.  3  Dec.  1613  ; 
B.D.  28  Nov.  1620;  D.D.  4  July,  1627.  Nominated 
Moderator  of  Philosophy  1614,  and  Humanity  Lecturer 
1616.  He  signed  the  stipulation  for  Battels  on  behalf  of 
two  pupils  on  20  July,  1613.  Resigned  his  JF,  on 
3  June,  1619,  when  he  is  described  as  "promotus  ad 
honorem." 

He  was  born  at  Bircote,  in  the  parish  of  Dorchester,  Oxon. 

Father  of  Hamlet  Puleston,  1647. 

"  He  was  a  learned  D.D.  and  parson  of  Abbots  Worthy,  Hants." 

(Wood.) 

Francis  Strode,  ffl.  Broadgate  Hall  30  Oct,  1607  (Devon, 
gen.  fil.  set  18).  B.A.  25  Jan.  16jf ;  M.A.  5  July, 
1614.  Nominated  by  the  Foundress  Sub-Dean  1613 ; 
Humanity  Lecturer  1614;  and  Catechist  1615.  In  1624 
he  was  elected  Bursar;  Dean  1625;  Moderator  of 
Philosophy  1627.  He  signed  the  stipulation  for  Battels 
on  behalf  of  one  pupil  24  July,  1613.  On  8  Dec.  1628, 
he  resigned  his  JF, 

"  He  was  of  Taunton,  Somerset."     (Wood.) 

One  Francis  Strode  was  Vicar  of  Bishops  Teignton,  16  Feb. 

1627,  and  Vicar  of  Ideford,  Devon,  1628,  till  1674. 

Ralph  Flexney.  £ft.  Oriel  6  Oct.  1607  (Oxon.  gen.  fil.  set. 
19).  B.A.  21  Jan.  16f?  ;  M.A.  3  Dec.  1613.  Nominated 
Moderator  of  Philosophy  1615  ;  and  Catechist  1617  ;  and 
elected  Librarian  1618;  and  Dean  1620.  He  signed  the 
stipulation  for  the  payment  of  Battels  on  behalf  of  one 
pupil  24  July,  1613.  No  notice  exists  of  his  vacating  his 
$.,  but  he  gave  up  his  rooms  (in  Foundress  Chamber, 
the  third  Upper  Chamber  from  the  Chapel)  in  1623, 
when  T.  Porter  appears  to  have  been  elected  in  his  place. 

He  was  son  of  Thomas  Flexney,  and  was  baptised  at  St. 
Michael's,  Oxford,  7  Nov.  1587. 


1613.]  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  11 

Thomas  Harris.  fft.  Exeter  14  Dec.  1610  (Oxon.  pleb.  fil. 
set.  16).  B.A.  4  May,  1612.  Although  the  stipulation 
for  the  payment  of  Battels  is  found  in  his  hand,  he  does 
not  appear  to  have  had  any  pupils.  He  was  nominated 
to  his  Jf.  by  the  City  of  Oxford,  in  accordance  with  a 
stipulation  made  in  the  agreement  by  which  the  city  sold 
the  site  of  Augustine  Friars  to  the  Foundress.  He  died 
and  was  buried  in  the  north  part  of  the  outward  Chapel 
near  his  monument  5  June,  1614  (Carfax  Register  notes 
his  burial  on  2  June).  He  has  a  marble  monument  on 
the  North  Wall  of  the  Ante-Chapel.  "Epitaphium 
doctissimi  religiosissimique  juvenis  Thoma3  Harris 
Artium  Baccalaurei  et  hujus  Coll.  Socii  inter  primos  ab 
ipso  conditore  electi." 

"  Hsec  juvenem  tenet  urna  brevis  qui  tempore  vitse 

Tarn  bene  percurrit,  quam  cito  ;  dignus  erat, 
Inter  nos  vixisse  diu,  nisi  quod  mage  dignus 
Inter  felices  vivere  Ccelicolas. 
Obiit  5  Junii,  1614." 

The  Foundress  in  a  letter  of  27  June,  1614,  recom- 
mending Huish  to  succeed  to  Harris's  jf.  remarks  on 
"  his  death  which  (if  it  had  pleased  God)  for  the  good  I 
have  heard  of  him  I  could  have  wished  otherwise." 

Son  of  Thomas  Harrys,  of  Carfax  parish,  i.e.,  St.  Martins, 
Oxford.  Ayloff  says,  "  son  of  Francis  Harris,  a  Vintner  ; " 
but  it  is  to  be  noted  that  Thomas  Harris  was  Mayor  of  Oxford 
when  the  Foundation  stone  was  laid  in  1610. 

William  Payton.  M.  Trinity  16  Oct.  1607  (Gloucestr. 
pleb.  fil.  set.  18).  B.A.  17  Feb.  16H;  M.A.  5  July, 
1614;  B.D.  2  June,  1627.  Nominated  Humanity 
Lecturer  1615  ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1616.  Elected 
Bursar  1621,  1629  ;  Catechist  1619  ;  Librarian  1622, 
1628,  1630;  Humanity  Lecturer  1624,  1631.  On 
2  Aug.  1613  he  signed  the  stipulation  for  Battels  on 
behalf  of  one  pupil.  He  first  lived  in  the  fourth  Upper 
Chamber  from  the  Hall  which  he  gave  over  to  Mr. 
Boswell;  subsequently  in  the  fourth  Upper  Chamber 
from  the  Chapel  in  which  he  was  succeeded  by  Mr. 
Warren.  At  the  Visitation  of  17  July,  1633,  he  was 
removed  from  amons'  the  five  Seniors  "  till  the  Warden 


12  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  [1613. 

restore  him  "  ;  and  on  19  Nov.  1633,  he  resigned  his  Jf. 
He  appears  to  have  held  the  Vicarage  of  Southrop  with 
his  $.,  for  there  is  a  note  in  the  Chamber  Book,  "  of  all 
such  things  as  were  given  by  him  unto  the  College  for 
the  use  of  the  Vicar's  successors  at  his  Vicarage  of 
Southrop,  13  April,  1632."  On  4  Feb.  1632,  he  was  ad- 
mitted to  the  Kectory  of  Frier ning,  and  probably  held  it 
till  the  next  recorded  appointment  in  1657. 

Said  to  have  been  "  of  Henton  (?  Hempton)  Glouc. 

John  Swaddell.  Somerset.  No  £H.  or  admission  is  found, 
and  he  was  riot  a  graduate  at  the  time  of  his  nomination 
to  a  JF,  B.A.  2  July,  1616.  M.A.  24  April,  1619. 
Resigned  his  Jf.  previous  to  30  June,  1617,  having 
never  held  any  College  office,  and  was  succeeded  by 
Hext. 

He  was  of  Puddimore  (Podimore)  Milton.  Hester,  daughter 
of  Dr.  Philip  Bisse,  the  donor  of  the  Library,  married  a 
Swaddell. 

Cbaplains. 

Thomas  Randolph.  M.A.  of  Cambridge,  incorporated  at 
Oxford,  10  July,  1610.  He  was  admitted  Chaplain  at 
the  opening  of  the  College,  20  April,  1613;  but  had 
ceased  to  be  Chaplain  before  17  June,  1617. 

Thomas  Randolph  of  Pulham,  Norfolk,  son  of  Robert  Randolph, 
yeoman,  admitted  Scholar  of  Cains  College,  Cambridge,  14  June, 
1603,  aged  fifteen,  having  been  at  school  at  Pulham  and 
Moulton.  B.A.  160f.  M.A.  1610.  He  ceased  to  be  Scholar 
in  1611.  When  M.A.  he  was  admitted  JF.C.  of  Cains  29  Nov. 
1611,  aged  twenty-four.  He  became  a  jF.  1613,  but  vacated  his 
JF.  1621.  From  Michaelmas  1614  to  Midsummer  1616  he  was 
Rhetoric  and  Greek  Reader  successively. 

Gilbert  Stokes  (Stoakes).  fH.  Hart  Hall  22  Nov.  1605 
(Devon,  gen.  til.  set.  19).  B.A.  19  Nov.  1608.  M.A. 
28  May,  1611.  He  was  created  B.D.  23  June,  1646 
(with  two  others  who  preached  before  King  Charles  I.), 
"  non  fuit  concionator  sed  omnia  exercitia  gradui  requi- 


1613.] 


WARDEN     WRIGHT. 


13 


sita  paravit."  He  was  admitted  Chaplain  at  the  opening 
of  the  College  20  April,  1613,  and  Wood  says  that  he 
was  Junior  Chaplain,  which  agrees  with  the  Register  of 
admissions  to  the  Foundation.  On  9  Aug.  1615,  the 
Foundress  directed  the  Fellows  to  admit  him  to  their 
table.  He  remained  Chaplain  till  the  Visitation  of  the 
Parliamentary  Commissioners  in  1648,  when  his  answer 
was  :  "  I  doe  submitt  to  the  authoritie  of  the  high  Court 
of  Parliament  in  this  Visitation."  He  died  16  Oct. 
1654,  aged  71,  and  was  buried  in  the  College  Chapel, 
where  there  was  a  stone,  "  Gilbert  Stokes,  S.  T.  P.  ob. 
16  Oct.  1654. 

Rector  of  Chilton  Cantlow,  in  the  diocese  of  Wells.  Wood 
says  of  him  that  he  was  "  an  indefatigable  student  in  philo- 
sophy and  theology,  and  a  continual  disputant  even  to  the  last 
among  the  Juniors  in  the  time  of  Lent"  (Fasti,  II.  92),  also, 
"  he  had  written  much  but  published  nothing  ;  he  left  behind 
him  a  book  in  Latin  on  the  Eucharist." 


Scbolars, 

Nicholas  Brewen  (Bruen).  M.  28  June,  1616  (Nicolas 
Bruden,  Dorcestr.  gen.  fil.  set.  20).  B,A.  2  July,  1616. 
M.A.  4  May,  1619.  Elected  jf.  7  Nov.  1617  vice 
Flavell ;  he  held  no  College  offices.  On  13  May,  1620, 
he  had  leave  to  travel  for  three  years,  from  the  27th  of 
the  same  month,  provided  that  he  did  not  visit  Rome. 
He  resigned  his  Jf.  25  March,  1625. 

Probably  third  son  of  Henry  Brun  of  Athelhampton  described 
in  Visitation  of  1623  as  tl  cselebs  :  "  but  Wood  says  that  he  was 
of  Puddletown,  Devon. 

Robert  Ellis.  Devon:  B.A.  25  Feb.  16-J-f-.  He  never 
had  a  grace  for  M.A.,  and  his  S.  was  filled  up  on 
30  June,  1620. 


Amias  Hext.  Subscribed  the  XXXIX  Articles  together 
with  fifty  others  (nearly  all  whom  are  known  to 
have  been  Members  of  Wadham),  3  June,  1614.  B.A. 


14  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  [1613. 

25  Feb.  16-J-?.  M.A.  7  July,  1619.  B.D.  26  March, 
1628.  Nominated  ^.  by  the  Foundress  23  Dec.  1617, 
•<  «  and  admitted  $.  30  June,  1618,  vice  Swaddell. 
Nominated  Sub-Dean  1617.  Elected  Moderator  of 
Philosophy  1618  ;  Librarian  1619  ;  Humanity  Lecturer 
1620,  1621,  1625  ;  Dean  1622,  1623  ;  Catechist  1624, 
1.627,  1628;  and  Bursar  in  1626.  He  resigned  his  dF. 
30  June,  1631. 

He  was  of  Netherton,  in  the  parish  of  Higham,  Somerset. 
Rector  of  Bab  Gary,  Somerset,  and  one  of  the  sufferers  in  the 
great  Rebellion.  Sir  Edward  Hext  was  among  the  "  overseers  " 
of  the  Founder's  Will. 


John  Woollcy.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614 
B.A.  25  Feb.  16ff  M.A.  (St.  Alb.  Hall)  11  Dec.  1619 
His  £,  was  filled  up  on  4  May,  1620. 

William  Arnold.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614 
(Dorcestr.)  of  Blandford.  B.A.  25  Feb.  16jf  M.A. 
1  July,  1620.  On  8  Dec.  1617,  the  Foundress  directed 
that  "my  servant  Arnold's  kinsmen  be  the  two  next 
Fellows,"  in  virtue  of  which  letters  he  was  admitted  full 
JF.  30  June,  1621,  after  a  year's  probation,  apparently 
vice  Brunckard.  Elected  Sub-Dean  1620  ;  Librarian 
1626,  1638,  1(539  (pt)  ;  Humanity  Lecturer  1627,  1628, 
1629,  1630,  1637;  Bursar  1631,  1633;  Sub-  Warden 
1632,  1634.  On  19  Dec.  1638,  he  had  leave  to  travel 
for  twenty  months,  and  appears  to  have  resigned  his  Jf. 
by  3  July,  1640,  when  a  new  Librarian  was  elected  in 
his  place.  On  4  June,  1619,  he  was  punished  "quia 
pernoctavit  in  oppido." 

Robert  Arnold.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 
(Dorcestr.)  of  Clifton.  B.A.  25  Feb.  16|f  M.A.  24  May, 
1620.  In  virtue  of  the  Foundress'  letters  (see  under 
William  Arnold),  he  was  admitted  Jf.  30  June,  1619. 
"Elected  Sub-Dean  1618,  1619  ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy 
1620,  1621,  1630;  Librarian  1631.  At  the  Visitation 
17  July,  1633,  he  was  removed  from  the  five  Seniors 
"quia  male  et  factiose  se  gessit."  He  died  June,  1635, 


1613.]  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  15 


and  was  buried  in  the  north  part  of  the  Outer  Chapel 
on  24  June. 

There  appears  to  have  been  another  Robert  Arnold,  Chaplain, 
slightly  senior  to  this  Robert  Arnold. 

Walter  Stonehouse.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 
B.A.  25  Feb.  16^4.  M.A.  (Magd.)  11  Dec.  1619.  B.D. 
16  April,  1629.  His  «£»  wa§  rilled  up  after  his  resignation 
13  Aug.  1617.  He  was  presented  by  the  University  to 
a  Rectory  in  the  diocese  of  Canterbury,  7  March,  1630, 
but  resigned  in  the  following  year.  (Wood.) 

William  Boswell.  Subscribed  the  Articles  4  Nov.  1614 
(Oxon.).  At  the  admission  of  the  first  Scholars  on 
20  April,  1613,  "propter  aetatem  nondum  adultam 
dispensatum  fuit."  B.A.  25  Feb.  16|f  M.A.  1  July, 
1620.  B.C.L.  20  June,  1630.  D.C.L.  30  June, 
1630.  He  was  admitted  actual  Jf.  30  June,  1622. 
Elected  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1622,  1623;  Dean 
1624, 1626  ;  and  again  on  Drake's  death  in  the  beginning 
of  Lent  16ff;  Librarian  1625;  Bursar  1630,  1635; 
Sub- Warden  1636.  He  resigned  his  Jf.  29  March,  1639. 
Dr.  Boswell  occupied  Middle  Hall  Chamber  24  March, 
1646,  and  also  the  "  Comicall  Chamber"  (which  would 
appear  to  be  the  same  as  "  the  neather  half  chamber  next 
the  Hall  "),  and  also  the  Manciple's  Chamber :  and  a 
Dr.  Bosvill  appears  to  be  still  holding  Rooms  in  College 
in  1653. 

He  was  the  son  of  Alderman  William  Boswell  of  All  Saints, 
Oxford.  He  was  an  advocate  in  the  Court  of  Arches.  Wood 
says  that  "  he  was  a  learned  civilian,  afterwards  High  Sheriff 
of  Oxfordshire  (about  1652)  ;  dying  unmarried  5  April,  1678, 
he  was  buried  in  All  Saints  Church,  Oxford,  near  the  grave 
of  his  father.  Alderman  Boswell's  flagon  (over  40  oz.)  was 
among  the  plate  sacrificed  to  the  Royal  Cause,  26  Jan.  164§. 

John  Willis.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614 
(Somerset.).  He  had  his  grace  for  B.A.  7  Feb.  16ff, 
and  graduated  25  Feb.,  though  his  name  is  not  found  in 
Wood's  list  of  B.A/s  for  that  day ;  his  name  is  found 
among  the  determinant  B.A.'s  of  1616-17.  M.A.  7  July, 


16  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  [1613. 

1620.  His  £.  was  filled  up  on  4  May,  1620.  Wadham 
-  College  presented  for  the  first  time  to  the  Vicarage  of 
Hockleigh,  Essex,  on  24  Sept.  1619,  John  Willis.  He 
was  subsequently  (1630)  presented  to  the  Vicarage  of 
Ingatstone,  Essex,  by  William  Smith,  S.  T.  P.  patron 
pro  hac  vice,  from  which  living  he  was  ejected  for  non- 
conformity in  1662. 


John  Flavell.  IB.  Trin.  Coll.  26  June,  1610.  (Somerset, 
fil.  ministri  Verbi  Dei,  set.  19).  B.A.  28  June,  1614. 
M.A.  23  June,  1617.  Recommended  by  the  Foundress 
as  ^J.  24  March,  16^f  on  the  election  of  Smith  to  the 
Wardenship,  and  admitted  actual  JF,  30  June,  1617. 
Nominated  Sub-Dean  1615  and  1616.  In  the  College 
MSS.  he  is  stated  to  have  been  buried  in  the  north  part 
of  the  Outer  Chapel  in  October  (day  not  given)  1617. 

Wood  says  that  "he  was  aged  14,  and  a  native  of  Bishop's 
Lyddiard."  "  John  Flavell  soon  became  the  forwardest  youth 
in  that  house  (i.e.  Trinity  College),  for  his  quick  and  smart 
disputations  in  logic  and  philosophy.  The  Foundress  having 
been  often  told  of  the  pregnancy  of  his  parts  made  him  one 
of  the  first  scholars.  He  made  himself  very  useful  among  the 
Juniors  hy  his  frequent  reading  of  logic  lectures,  and  presiding 
in  philosophical  disputations  in  the  public  refectory.  He  was 
esteemed  a  good  Greek  and  Latin  poet,  and  was  Senior  of  the 
Act  in  1617,  and  was  chosen  Public  Professor  of  Grammar  in 
the  University,  in  which  faculty  he  was  excellent,  and  took 
great  delight.  He  died  in  the  flower  of  his  youth  on  10  Nov. 
1617."  Wood,  Ath.  0.  II.  p.  207.  He  was  the  author  of 
Tractatus  de  Demonstratione,  methodicus  et  polemicus.  Edited 
after  his  death  by  Alex.  Huish,  1619. 

Richard  Tapper.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 
(Devon.).  B.A.  28  June,  1614.  M.A.  23  June,  1617. 
In  a  letter  of  the  27  June,  1614,  the  Foundress  recom- 
mends Huish  for  the  vacant  Jp,  in  preference  to  Flavell 
or  Tapper  ;  and  he  was  never  elected  Jf.,  but  remained 
S»  till  30  June,  1629,  when  he  resigned,  having  ap- 
parently retained  his  rooms  in  College  in  the  North  Bay 
(the  present  Warden  s  Lodgings)  till  1627  or  1628. 


1613.]  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  17 

Alexander  Huish  (Hewis).  Subscribed  the  Articles 
23  April.  1613,  having  been  admitted  to  his  £.  on 
20  April  (Somerset).  B.A.  (the  first  from  Wadham 
College)  10  Feb.  16}f  (Wood  says,  of  Magdalen  Hall; 
of  which  he  was  originally  a  Batellar  or  Commoner). 
M.A.  17  Dec.  1616.  KD.  2  June,  1627.  On  the  first 
vacancy  among  the  Fellows  he  was  recommended  for 
election  by  the  Foundress,  27  June,  1614,  and  was 
admitted  actual  Jf.  30  June,  1615.  Nominated  Sub- 
Dean  in  1614,  and  Humanity  Lecturer  1617 ;  Elected 
Humanity  Lecturer  1618 ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy 
1619  ;  Librarian  1620 ;  Dean  1621  ;  Catechist  1622, 
1623  ;  Bursar  1627.  He  resigned  his  Jf.  28  June, 
1629. 

He  was  of  the  parish  of  St.  Cuthbert  in  Wells ;  Prebendary  of 
Wedniore  Secunda,  26  Oct.  1627,  Rector  of  Beckington,  Somer- 
set. (1628),  and  of  Hornblotton,  Somerset.  (Feb.  1638).  In  the 
Chancel  at  Beckington  on  a  flat  stone  is  this  inscription,  "Sub  hoc 
saxo  reconditum  jacet  corpus  Alexandri  Huish  hujus  Ecclesiso 
olim  Rectoris  qui  obiit  decimo  quinto  die  Aprilis  MDCLXVIII." 
He  was  one  of  the  editors  of  the  Polyglott  Bible,  and  esteemed 
one  of  the  most  considerable  men  in  Europe  in  all  parts  of 
learning,  especially  the  knowledge  of  the  Oriental  languages- 
He  was  a  great  sufferer  by  the  Rebellion  (Collinson's  Somerset, 
II.  201).  Wood  adds  that  "after  the  Restoration  he  was 
restored  to  what  he  had  before,  and  on  12  Sept.  1660  was 
collated  to  the  Prebend  of  White  Lackington  in  Wells 
Cathedral.  He  was  a  person  well  read  in  the  Fathers,  a  noted 
critic,  a  good  linguist,  and  a  solid  and  sober  divine.  At  length 
having  lived  beyond  the  age  of  man,  and  done  extraordinary 
benefit  for  the  common  good,  he  died  about  April,  1668." 
Besides  assisting  in  editing  the  Polyglott  Bible  he  was  the 
author  of  Lectures  on  the  Lord's  Prayer,  London,  1636,  and 
edited  the  posthumous  work  of  his  Wadham  contemporary, 
John  Flavell,  1619. 

George  Hill.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614 
(Somerset.).  At  the  admission  of  the  first  Scholars 
20  April,  1613,  "propter  setatem  nondum  adultam  dis- 
pensatum  fuit."  B.A.  23  May,  1617.  His  £.  was  filled 
up  in  accordance  with  the  Statutes,  30  June,  1620,  being 
the  first  vacancy  not  controlled  by  nomination  of  the 

c 


18  WARDEN     WRIGHT.  [1613. 

Foundress,  which  continued  to  take  effect  for  some  years 
after  her  death. 

William  Potter.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614 
(Oxon.).  At  the  admission  of  the  first  Scholars, 
20  April,  1613,  "  propter  setatem  nondum  adultam  dis- 
pensatum  fait."  He  was  one  of  the  two  townsmen 
nominated  by  the  City  of  Oxford  in  accordance  with 
their  agreement  (see  under  Thomas  Harris).  Ayloff 
says  that  he  was  "  son  of  a  mercer."  B.A.  25  Feb.  16^f . 
MA.  1  July,  1620.  He  was  "amotus"  from  his  £. 
30  June,  1629,  "for  being  absent  from  College  a  month 
too  long  without  leave." 

Probably  son  of  William  Potter,  alderman  of  Oxford  in  1634. 

Isaac  Smith.  He  was  admitted  S*  8  June,  1613  (Oxon. 
set.  14),  being  one  of  the  two  townsmen  nominated  by 
the  City  of  Oxford  in  accordance  with  their  agreement 
(see  under  Thomas  Harris).  Ayloff  says  that  he  was 
"  son  of  a  Taylor."  He  subscribed  the  Articles  3  June, 
1614.  B.A.  23  May,  1617.  M.A.  6  July,  1620. 
On  4  June,  1619,  Doniinus  Smith  was  punished  "  quia 
pernoctavit  in  oppido."  His  g*  was  filled  up  30  June, 
1620. 

Perhaps  the  son  of  Oliver  Smith,  alderman  of  Oxford  in  1634. 


Clerfes, 

Alexander  Gill.  Admitted  Clerk  (Clericus)  of  Wadham 
20  April,  1613.  fH.  at  Trinity  College  26  June,  1612 
(Londin.  pleb.  fil.  set.  15).  He  was  son  of  Alexander 
Gill  (M.A.  of  Corpus  Christi  College,  Oxford,  1589..),  High 
Master  of  St.  Paul's  School,  where  he  was  educated, 
and  whence  he  received  an  Exhibition,  1612.  BA. 
(Wadham)  26  Feb.  1615.  MA.  (Trinity)  9  Nov.  1619. 
B.D.  27  June,  1627.  D.D.  9  March,  1636. 

At  Michaelmas,  1621,  lie  became  Under  Usher  of  St.  Paul's 
School  under  his  father,  which  post  he  held  till  Michaelmas, 
1628,  in  which  year  he  was  involved  in  considerable  trouble  in 
consequence  of  reckless  expressions  with  regard  to  the  King  and 


1613.] 


WARDEN     WRIGHT. 


1!) 


the  Duke  of  Buckingham  (see  Wood's  Ath.  Ox.  III.  42,  and 
State  Papers,  Domestic,  cxvi.  &c.),  and  was  condemned  to  de- 
gradation and  severe  punishment  by  the  Star  Chamber.  This 
however  he  escaped  at  the  supplication  of  his  father,  and  on 
his  father's  death,  he  was  elected  High  Master  of  St.  Paul's 
School,  18  Nov.  1635.  In  1640  he  was  removed  from  his  post 
for  excessive  severity,  and  shortly  afterwards  died  in  1642,  and 
was  buried  at  St.  Botolph  without  Aldersgate.  He  was  author 
of  Arithmeticorum  'Avdp-vrjais  ;  Panthea,  a  Song  of  Victory  upon 
the  pi'oceedings  and  success  of  the  Wars  undertaken  by  the 
most  puissant  King  of  Sweden.  London,  1632  ;  ElprjviKov  ; 
Ilapepya  ;  and  some  MSS.  verses. 

William  Nichols  (Nicoles).  Admitted  Clerk  (Clericus) 
1  July,  1613.  (Somerset.).  Subscribed  the  Articles 
3  June,  1614. 


c  2 


War&en 


1613. 

John  Flemmyng.  |H.  Exeter  22  Feb.  159f  (Cornub.  gen. 
fil.  set.  18),  son  of  Nicholas  Flemmyng  of  Llandithy  in 
Madron  (Visitation  1620).  B.A.  12  July,  1598.  M.A. 
17  May,  1601.  B.D.  14  Nov.  1611.  D.D.  9  Nov.  1613. 
Elected  Jf.  of  Exeter  30  June,  and  admitted  4  July, 
1595.  He  was  elected  Junior  Proctor  26  April,  1609. 
Resigned  his  Jf.  27  June,  1613.  On  2  Sept.  1613,  John 
Flemmyng  "  nominatus,  desi^natus  et  constitutu's  Gardi- 
anus  per  litteras  Fundatricis  "  was  admitted  (QSiatfJen  on 
the  resignation  of  Robert  Wright.  Chaplain  to  the  King. 
He  died  16  March,  16^,  and  was  buried  in  the  Inner 
Chapel  near  the  Communion  Table  26  March,  1617. 

Robert  Arnold.  Probably  R.A.  who  fH.  New  9  July,  1610 
(fil.  min.  verb.  Dei.  set.  18).  B.A.  (Wadham)  10  Nov.  1614. 
M.A.  23  June,  1617.  When  his  grace  for  M.A.  was 
granted  (18  June),  it  is  stated  that  he  was  (KfjaplatU;  he 
must  not  be  confounded  with  Robert  Arnold  the  Scholar, 
who  was  his  junior  by  two  or  three  years.  He  probably 
succeeded  Randolph  in  the  Chaplaincy  ;  perhaps  in  con- 
sequence of  prolonged  absence,  for  on  23  May,  1616,  the 
Foundress  writes,  "  whereas  the  Chapleyne's  place  is 
paineful  and  troublesome  beyond  others,  when  one  is 
absent  the  whole  allowance  of  both  shall  be  due  to  the 
one  present."  He  appears  to  have  ceased  to  be  Chaplain 
by  1620,  and  to  have  been  succeeded  by  Timothy  Basil. 


Robert  Petre.  Admitted  at  Wadham  JfM.  (Commensalis 
supremse  mensse)  1613.  i!H.  Exeter,  5  Feb.  1612  (Essex. 
mil.  fil.  set.  13). 

Son  and  heir  of  William  Lord  Petre  of  Writtle,  and  therefore 
great-nephew  of  the  Foundress.  He  succeeded  his  father  in 
the  title,  May,  1637  :  died  23  Oct.  1638,  and  was  buried  at 
Ingatestone. 


1613.]  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  21 

William  Petre.  Admitted  $.<&.  at  Wadham,  1613.  ffl. 
Exeter  5  Feb.  1612  (Essex,  mil.  fil.  set.  10).  "  Ye  two 
Petere's  tankerdes  "  given  by  them  as  Fellow  Commoners 
were  sacrificed  to  the  Royal  Cause  26  Jan.  164f  ;  they 
weighed  40^  oz. 

Brother  of  the  above,  being  second  of  the  seven  sons  of  William 
Lord  Petre.  Born  at  West  Horndon,  1602  ;  afterwards  went  to 
Inns  of  Court  and  travelled  ;  succeeded  his  father  in  the  estate 
of  Stanford  Kivers  ;  died  15  Jan.  1677,  aged  75  ;  buried  at 
Stanford  Rivers.  He  translated  Ribadeneira's  Lives  of  the 
Saints  out  of  Spanish.  (Morant,  II.  154,  Wood,  Ath.  III. 
1152). 

John  Markham.  Pupil  of  James  Harington  20  July, 
1613.  JF.<&.  1613.  ffi.  Magdalen  Hall  2  Dec.  1612 
(Northants.  mil.  fil.  ast.  13).  "  Markham's  Pott"  (15J  oz.) 
was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

Eldest  son  of  Sir  Anthony  Markham  of  Sedgebrook,  Line.,  by 
Bridget,  daughter  of  Sir  James  Harington  of  Ridlington, 
brother  of  Robert  Markham,  1618. 

Robert  Browne.  Pupil  of  Matthew  Osborne,  10  July, 
1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614.  dF.itf. 
1613.  "  Browne's  Pott "  (16^  oz.)  was  among  the  plate 
sacrificed  in  1642. 

Probably  second  son  of  Sir  Robert  Browne  of  Walcot, 
Northants,  who  married  Elizabeth,  daughter  of  John  Doyley 
of  Chiselhampton,  Oxon.  ;  he  succeeded  his  nephew  as  Baronet 
1635,  and  died  unmarried  subsequent  to  1647,  when  the  title 
became  extinct. 

Edward  Bisse.  Admitted  JF.OL  1613  (Somerset.).  He 
subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614.  A  Bisse  of 
Wadham  graduated  B.A.  2  July,  1616,  but  it  was 
probably  his  next  brother  Upton. 

He  was  son  of  Edward  Bisse  of  Spargrove,  by  Elizabeth, 
daughter  of  Geoffrey  Upton  of  Warminster,  and  widow  of 
William  Strode  of  Shepton  Mallett.  He  is  said  to  have  been 
admitted  to  the  Middle  Temple  10  March,  1608,  and  was 
subsequently  a  Colonel  in  the  King's  army  ;  he  died  1 644. 


22  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  [1613. 

Anthony  Hunt.  Pupil  of  Henry  Anketill,  15  July,  1613. 
There  is  a  Hunt  of  Wadham  among  the  determining 
Bachelors  of  1626-27,  but  it  can  hardly  have  been 
this  man.  "  Hunt's  tankerde  "  (18  J  oz.)  was  among  the 
plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

Thomas  Beaumont.  Jf.(&.  1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles 
23  April,  1613. 

Possibly  third  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Beaumont  of   Stoughton 
(Vis.  1623). 

Knollys.     Jf.<&.  1613. 

Possibly  William  Knollys  of  Queen's,  who  fflL  1  July,  1608 
(Bercher.  mil.  fil.  set.  13.). 

John  Salisbury.  JfM.  1613.  B.D.  (Wadham)  12  Dec. 
1615.  Either  John  Salisbury  fft.  Oriel  19  Oct.  1599 
(Denbigh,  gen.  fil.  set.  18).  B.A.  29  April,  1602.  M.A. 
25  May,  1606,  being  then  in  Orders  ;  or  John  Salisbury 
M.  University  30  April,  1601  (Devon,  pleb.  fil.  set.  15). 
B  A.  30  Jan.  160£  MA.  6  July,  1610. 

John  Mountpesson  (Mompesson).  Pupil  of  Henry 
Anketill  15  July,  1613.  JfM.  1613.  John  Mount- 
pesson New,  M.  31  Oct.  1606,  of  Wilts  (gen.  fil.  set. 
19).  B.A.  (New)  4  April,  1610.  M.A.  (Wadham) 
5  July,  1614. 

Probably  son  of  Thomas  Mountpesson  of  Little  Bathampton  ; 
subsequently  in  Orders  (Hoare's  Wilts,  I.  ii.  219). 

Henry   Masy   (Made).      JfM.    1613.     Henry  Masy,  iH. 

Broadgate  Hall,  11  July,   1606    (Devon,   pleb.   fiL  get. 

17).      M.A.    (Wadham)    5   July,    1614,   being   then   in 

Orders.     "  Masye's  Bowl "  (13  oz.)  was  among  the  plate 

sacrificed  in  164f. 

No  record  of  his  B.A.  is  found.  Probably  the  father  of  Henry 
and  John  Masye,  1632  ;  if  so,  Rector  of  Templecombe,  in- 
stituted either  17  Feb.  1613,  or  22  Nov.  1622  :  resigned  before 
9  July,  1636. 


John  Lenn.      Pupil  of  Richard  Puleston  20  July,  1613. 
(£ .  1613.     Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 


1613.]  WARDEN     FLEMM  YNG.  23 

Upton  Bisse.  OL  (Somerset.)  1613.  Subscribed  the 
Articles  3  June,  1614.  B.A.  2  July,  1616.  M.A.  29  Jan. 

16;  V- 

Son  of  Edward  Bisse  of  Spargrove,  by  Elizabeth.,  daughter  of 
Geoffrey  Upton  of  Warminster,  and  widow  of  William  Strode 
of  Shepton  Mallett,  brother  of  Edward  Bisse  (above).  Rector 
of  Almsford,  Somerset,  27  'Dec.  1620,  was  living  in  1659  ;  but 
probably  died  before  8  Nov.  1660,  when  there  was  a  fresh 
institution  to  Almsford. 

Philip  Bisse.  <B.  (Somerset.)  1613.  Subscribed  the 
Articles  3  June,  1614.  B.A.  5  July,  1619. 

Brother  of  the  above  Upton  Bisse.  Admitted  to  the  Middle 
Temple  12  Oct.  1620,  and  was  still  living  5  Jan.  165f . 

Thomas  Sainthill  (Seynthill).  Pupil  of  Matthew  Osborne 
10  July,  1613.  4L  (Devon.)  1613.  Subscribed  the 
Articles  3  June,  1614.  B.A.  (Corpus)  4  July,  1618. 
M.A.  1  March,  16|4.  He  was  dispensed  from  the 
"  circuitus  "  for  MA.  18  March,  16fJ,  "propter  solemni- 
tatem  diei  (17  March  was  2nd  Sunday  in  Lent)  et  alia 
privata  negotia  illud  officium  commode  prsestare  non 
potuit."  Clark  Reg.  (O.H.S.)  II.  Pt.  1,  p.  46.  B.D. 
(Corpus)  24  July,  1630. 

Apparently  second  son  of  Peter  Sainthill  of  Bradninch,  born 
1600.  He  appears  as  third  son  in  the  Visitation.  One  Mr. 
Sainthill  was  among  the  Commissioners  for  Devonshire  who 
met  the  Prince  of  Wales  at  Bridge  water  in  1645. 

Thomas  Wood.  <£.  (Eborac.)  1613.  Subscribed  the 
Articles  3  June,  1614.  B.A.  (eq.  aur.  fil.)  25  Feb.  16ff- 
(probably  Senior  of  the  Act).  M.A.  9  Nov.  1619  (but 
he  incepted  "of  Exeter"  1620).  John  Wood  (otherwise 
unknown)  occurs  as  pupil  of  Humphrey  Sydenham 
20  July,  1613. 

James  Forte  (Fort).  (&.  1613  (Somerset.).  Subscribed 
the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 

James  Forte,  son  and  heir  of  Thomas  Forte  of  Curry  Rivell, 
was  aged  28  in  1623. 


24  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  [1613. 

Peter  Ball.  Pupil  of  Matthew  Osborne  10  June,  1613. 
(ft.  1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 

Peter  Ball  of  Devon  was  knighted  by  the  king  at  Oxford, 
7  Oct.  1643.  On  19  Feb.  1643,  Peter  Ball,  Solicitor  General  to 
the  Queen,  was  created  D.C.L.  Sir  Peter  Ball  was  among  the 
Commissioners  for  Devonshire  who  met  the  Prince  of  Wales  at 
Bridgewater  in  1645. 

Richard    Collyer.      (ft.    1613.      Subscribed   the   Articles 

(Colier)  3  June,  1614. 

Cornelius  Surges.  OL  1613.  B.A.  5  July,  1615.  M.A. 
(Lincoln)  19  April,  1618.  B.D.  16  June,  1627.  D.D. 
16  June,  1627.  Incorporated  D.D.  of  Cambridge  1647. 

Said  to  be  one  of  the  Barges  of  Batcom.be,  Somerset.  Vicar  of 
Watford  21  Dec.  1613  and  on  16  Jan.  1625,  he  received  a  dispen- 
sation to  retain  this  with  the  Rectory  of  St.  Magnus  the  Martyr. 
Chaplain  in  Ordinary  to  King  Charles  I.  Resigned  St.  Magnus 
16  July,  1641,  and  gave  up  the  keys  of  Watford  6  Feb.  1644. 
In  the  beginning  of  the  Long  Parliament  he  was  appointed  by 
the  Lords  one  of  "the  Sub-Committee  to  settle  Religion  ; "  he 
was  Assessor  to  the  Assembly  of  Divines,  and  Chaplain  to  Essex' 
Regiment.  Lecturer  at  St.  Paul's  Cathedral,  Dec.  1643. 
During  the  Puritan  ascendency  he  purchased  "  good  store  of 
Church  lands,  especially  belonging  to  the  Church  of  Wells," 
among  the  rest  the  deanery  at  Wells  ;  of  all  which  he  was  de- 
prived after  the  Restoration,  and  became  '•  so  poor  that  he  had 
not  bread  to  eat."  (Hearne,  28  Nov.  1705).  Buried  at  Watford 
9  June,  1665.  Wood  (A.O.  III.  681,  &c.),  regards  him  as  "a 
zealous  Covenanter."  Author  of  many  controversial  works  and 
sermons,  including  one  in  defence  of  the  purchase  of  Church 
lands. 

Toldervay.  (ft.  1613.  Possibly  John  Tolderberry,  m. 
Balliol  15  Oct.  1619  (Hertford,  pleb.  fil.  set.  16).  John 
Toldervey,  B.A.  (Balliol),  28  Feb.  1621. 

Thomas  Porter.  (ft.  1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles 
3  June,  1614.  On  6  April,  1614,  he  was  recommended 
for  .JJ*  by  the  Foundress,  being  grandson  of  the  Bishop 
of  Exeter,  and  elected  on  24  March,  1616,  on  the  vacancy 


1613.]  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  25 

created  by  Flavell's  succession  to  Warden  Smith's  Fellow- 
ship. B.A.  27  Nov.  1617.  M.A.  1  July,  1620.  Admitted 
full  Jf.  30  June,  1624  ;  resigned  30  June,  1626,  having 
never  held  any  office  in  College. 

Peter  Bolt.     4T.  1613  (Devon.).    |H.  24  Oct.  1615  (Devon. 

gen.  fil.  set.  19). 

"Thomas  Bolt  my  servant"  is  mentioned  in  the  Foundress' 
Will. 

Hugh  Potter.     OL  1613  (Devon.). 

Probably  son  and  heir  of  Tobias  Potter  of  Iddesley  (Visitation 
1620). 

Robert  Stanton.  OL  1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles 
3  June,  1614. 

Thomas  Bavand.  (ft.  1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles 
3  June,  1614.  B.A.  (Broadgate  Hall)  3  Feb.  16}f 

Thomas  Reynolds  (Remolds,  Reinhold).  <£.  1613. 
Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614.  B.A.  10  Feb. 
16H-  M-A-  7  July>  162L  C^«  restored  19  July, 
1639.  He  lived  in  the  Middle  Tower  Chamber. 

Francis  Sawyer  (Sayer).  (ft.  1613.  Subscribed  the 
Articles  3  June,  1614.  B.A.  10  Feb.  16}-f  M.A. 
1  July,  1620.  CJH.  restored  9  Oct.  1623,  when  he  also 
vacated  "  the  study  towards  the  College  "  in  the  Upper 
Chapel  Chamber. 

Hugh  Halswell.  <2L  1613  (Somerset.).  One  of  this  name 
was  created  D.D.  15  Jan.  16£|  from  All  Souls'. 

Probably  the  fourth  son  of  Sir  Nicholas  Halswell,  in  whom 
the  male  line  of  the  Halswells  of  Halswell  became  extinct. 
Collinson  I.  82  :  Visitation,  1623. 


John  Warren.     Pupil  of  Matthew  Osborne  10  July,  1613. 
$3.   (Devon.)   1613.      Subscribed   the  Articles  3  June, 


26  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  [1613. 

1614.     B.A.  23  May,  1617.    M.A.  (?  as  Thomas  Warren) 
1  July,  1620. 

Possibly  second  son  of  Christopher  Warren  of  Hedbury. 
Visitation  1620. 

John  Seagar.  Pupil  of  Matthew  Osborne  10  July,  1613. 
H3.  (Devon.)  1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 
B.A.  23  May,  1617. 

Admitted  Vicar  of  Broadclyst,  Devon,  16  July,  1631  :  died 
13  April,  1656,  and  was  buried  at  Pittminster,  Dorset.  John 
Seagar,  M.A,  minister  of  Broadclist  wrote  A  Discovery  of 
the  World  to  Come  according  to  the  Scriptures,  &c.,  London, 
1650;  but  Wood  claims  him  as  JH.  at  St.  Mary  Hall,  aged 
17  in  1629,  which  is  apparently  impossible. 

Philip  Wright.  Pupil  of  Matthew  Osborne  10  July,  1613. 
33.  1613. 

Robert  Wright.  Pupil  of  Matthew  Osborne  10  July,  1613. 
1$.  1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 

John  Thompson.  U.  1613  (Somerset.).  Subscribed  the 
Articles  (Tomson)  3  June,  1614. 

Humphrey  Gay.  Pupil  of  Matthew  Osborne.  13.  1613. 
Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614.  B.A.  23  May, 
1617  (Guy  in  Wood's  MSS.). 

George  Bretton.  $3.  1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles 
3  June,  1614.  B.A.  10  Dec.  1617.  M.A.  1  July,  1620. 

Ralph  Rixton.  iS.  1613  (Somerset.).  Subscribed  the 
Articles  3  June,  1614. 

John  Lake.  IB.  1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June, 
1614. 


John  Hedmar.     Pupil  of  Matthew  Osborne  10  July,  1613. 
Subscribed  the  Articles  (Hedman)  3  June,  1614. 


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WARDEN     FLEMMYNG. 


27 


Harrie  Cussington.  Pupil  of  James  Harington  20  July, 
1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614.  B.A. 
10  Feb.  16B-. 

Christopher  Greene.  Pupil  of  Henry  Anketill  15  July, 
1613.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614.  B.A. 
10  Feb.  16H- 

Pexall  Croxford.  Pupil  of  Richard  Puleston  20  July,  1613 
(Pexellus).  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 

Peter  Waterman.  Pupil  of  Francis  Strode  24  July,  1613. 
Subscribed  the  Articles  23  April,  1613.  B.A.  2  July, 
1616.  M.A.  1  July,  1620. 

John  Bruton.  Pupil  of  Ralph  Flexney  24  July,  1613. 
Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614.  B.A.  27  Nov. 
1617. 

Thomas  Dennis.  Pupil  of  William  Payton  2  Aug.  1613. 
Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 

Richard  Walker.  Pupil  of  Henry  Anketill  15  July,  1613. 
B.A.  8  Feb.  16H- 

John  Bragg.     Pupil  of  James  Harington  20  July,  1613. 

William  Beesely.  Pupil  of  James  Harington  20  July, 
1613. 


Of  fifty-one  men  who  subscribed  the  Articles  on  3  June, 
1614,  forty-two  have  been  identified  as  either  entered  in 
the  Wadham  Register  or  as  being  pupils  of  the  Original 
Fellows ;  the  remaining  names  are :  Samuel  Tynes 
(Porter),  Nicholas  Buller  (Butler),  Thomas  Bondisse, 
Fletcher  Newman,  Mathew  Harris,  Nathaniel  Adams, 
Henry  Evans,  John  Braine,  William  Tayler.  Of  these 
Fletcher  Newman  may  be  the  $x  entered  as  Fletcher, 
1614,  and  Mat  Harris  may  be  the  $5.  Harris  1614; 
possibly  some  or  all  of  them  were  like  Buller  and  Tynes, 
College  servants. 


28  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  [1614. 


1614. 

Philip  Hill.  On  2  April,  1614,  there  is  a  letter  nominating 
him  to  the  first  vacant  ,§>.,  being  grandson  of  Dr.  Bisse 
(the  founder  of  the  library).  On  27  June,  1614,  he  was 
appointed  to  fill  the  vacancy  created  by  Huish's  election 
to  Harris'  Jf.,  "  if  ready,"  which  he  presumably  was,  as 
he  has  leave  of  absence  on  20  July,  1616.  His  name 
occurs  twice  in  the  fH.  books,  3  Nov.  1615,  P.  H. 
(Somerset.  Stse.  Theol.  Doct.  fil.  set.  13),  and  8  Nov, 
1616,  P.  H.  (Somerset.  Doct.  fil.  set.  16.  His  £.  was 
filled  up  on  his  resignation  3  Dec.  1618. 

He  was  son  of    Sarah,   daughter  of    Dr.    Philip    Bisse,   by 
Dr.  Hill. 

Timothy  Basil.  Subscribed  the  Articles  4  Nov.  1614. 
B.A.  (Wadham)  16  July,  1617.  M.A.  24  May,  1620. 
When  his  grace  for  M.A.  is  granted  (May  18)  he  is 
called  &i)aplatlt,  which  office  he  probably  held  25  May, 
1618,  when  he  received  mourning  on  the  death  of  the 
Foundress.  From  the  Chamber  Book  we  may  infer  that 
he  was  living  in  one  of  the  Chaplain's  Chambers  in 
1620.  On  4  Aug.  1620,  we  find  Timothy  Basil  Rector 
of  Fryerning,  Essex ;  but  he  resigned,  and  was  succeeded 
by  Warden  Smith,  18  Sept.  1620.  He  had  ceased  to  be 
Chaplain  by  1624,  when  we  find  T.  Smith,  Chaplain. 


Henry  Clifford.  JF.OL  1614.  Clifford's  Tankard  weighing 
20 J  oz.  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

William  Coker.  df.OL  1614.  fH.  19  May,  1615  (Dorcestr. 
arm.  fil.  set.  16).  His  name  is  the  first  that  occurs  in 
the  University  Registers  as  fH.  at  Wadham.  Coker's 
Tankard  weighing  19^  oz.  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed 
in  1642. 

He  was  son  of  Robert  Coker  of  Mapouder  by  Thomasin, 
daughter  of  William  Petre  of  Peters  Hay,  Devon,  born  1598  ; 
succeeded  his  father  24  Feb.  1624.  He  had  a  Commission 
(20  Car.  I)  from  Lord  Hopton  to  be  colonel  of  a  regiment  of 
foot  raised  by  him.  On  the  success  of  the  Parliament,  he 


1614. 


WARDEN     FLEMMYNG. 


29 


compounded  for  .£280  for  having  acted  as  Commissioner  to 
levy  contributions  for  the  King's  forces.  He  married  Jane, 
daughter  of  William  Williams  of  Herrington.  He  was  buried 
12  -April,  1656,  aged  fifty-seven,  at  Mapouder. 


William  Hicks.  OL  1614  (Wigorn.).  Subscribed  the 
Articles  4  Nov.  1614.  B.A.  8  May,  1618. 

Chester.     <£.  1614. 

Francis  Stanton.  OL  1614  (Bedford,  gen.  fil.  set.  18).  flff. 
9  June,  1615.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  10  May,  1619.  M.A. 
21  March,  16ff.  He  had  the  Bottom  Chamber  under 
the  Chaplains'. 

Edmund  Stanton.  <£.  (?  Edward)  1614  (Bedford,  gen.  fil. 
set.  14).  f«.  9  June,  1615.  B.A.  (Corpus)  8  Feb.  16|£. 
M.A.  2  April,  1623.  B.D.  26  June,  1634. 

Henry  Arnold.  (&.  1614  (Dorcestr.).  His  name  occurs 
again  in  1617.  fH.  24  April,  1618  (Dorcestr.  gen.  fil. 
set.  18). 

Henry  Arnold  of  Bagbere  and  Islington,  who  died  in  1643,  by 
Will  dated  8  Feb.  of  that  year,  appoints  his  brother  John  of 
Alton  with  his  cousin  Kobert  'Arnold,  Clerk,  Rector  of 
Melcombe  Horsey  overseers  of  it.  (Hutchins,  II.  618). 

John  Cope.  OL  1614.  Subscribed  the  Articles  4  Nov. 
1614. 

Edward  Richards,  (ft.  1614.  Subscribed  the  Articles 
4  Nov.  1614. 

William  Chanon.     «L  1614  (Devon.),     m.  21  Feb.  16^ 

(pleb.  fil.  set.  19). 

Odell.  OL  1614.  Robert  Odell,  fH.  Oriel  18  Oct.  1618 
(Dorcestr.  verbi  Dei  min.  fil.  set.  20).  B.A.  (Oriel) 
4  May,  1619.  M.A.  (Odyll)  3  April,  1622. 

Henry  Carew.  OT.  1614  (Devon,  arm.  fil.  a>t.  18).  ftt. 
19  May,  1(515. 


30  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  [1614. 

Edmund  Carew.     <&.  1614  (Devon,  arm.  fil.  set.  19).     1H. 
19  May,  1615. 

Browne.     OL  1614. 


Edward  Plant.  13.  1614.  Subscribed  the  Articles  4  Nov. 
1614.  B.A.  8  May,  1618.  M.A.  25  June,  1621.  He 
lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'. 
His  dLfH.  was  taken  up  by  the  Bursar  for  Battels,  1621. 


Maior  (?  Major).     13.  1614. 

Fletcher.     13.  1614  (Oxon.). 

See  note  at  the  end  of  1613. 

Harris.  13.  1614.  Probably  Mathew  Harris,  who  sub- 
scribed the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 

Pinsent.  13.  1614  (Devon.).  Probably  John  Pynsent,  who 
m.  21  Feb.  16|f  (Devon,  pleb.  fil.  set.  20). 

Vicar  of  Cornwood  and  Hector  of  Tallaton.  Prebendary  of 
Exeter  19  June,  1624,  sequestered  1645,  returned  at  the 
^Restoration,  but  died  in  1661. 

Anthony  Turner.  13.  1614  (Devon,  pleb.  fil.  aet.  17).  M. 
9  May,  1615. 

Robert  Dunkin.  13.  1614.  (Cornub.  pleb,  fil.  set.  16.) 
M.  9  May,  1615.  B.A.  4  Feb.  16if.  M.A.  25  June, 
1621.  Replaced  his  &M.  14  June,  1620,  and  withdrew 
it  again  23  April,  1622. 


Henry  Wood.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614.  He 
was  son  of  Sir  John  Wood  of  Yorkshire,  and  was  buried 
in  the  north  part  of  the  Outer  Chapel  20  Dec.  1614. 


William  Davies   (Dawes).      Graduated   B.A.    (Wadham) 
10  Feb.  16}-* 


1615.]  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  31 


1615. 

John  Grove.  $.<&.  1615  (Dorcestr.  gen.  fil.  set.  17).  ffl. 
10  May,  1616.  "Grove's  Pott"  weighing  I7f  oz.  was 
among  the  plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

Probably  John,  son  and  heir  of  William  Grove  (died  1622), 
who  was  born  5  June,  1599  :  married  Mary,  daughter  of 
John  Lowe  of  Sarum,  and  died  s.p.  (Hutchins  III.  568). 

Brian  Palmes.  Jf.<&.  1615.  f*L  Trinity  17  March.  1614 
(Hampton,  eq.  aur.  fil.  ast.  16).  Palmes'  Bowl  (19  oz.) 
was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

Probably  son  and  heir  of  Guy  Palmes  of  Ash  well,  Rutland, 
Knight,  aged  12  in  1612,  and  brother  of  Francis  Palmes, 
1623.  He  was  created  D.C.L.  2  Nov.  1642  (of  Ashwell  or 
Astwell,  Rutland).  He  was  burgess  for  Aldborough,  Yorks, 
in  the  Short  Parliament  which  began  in  1640  (April).  Brian 
Palmes  of  Rutland,  knighted  21  April,  1642. 
"This  loyal  knight  (son  of  Sir  Guy  Palmes),  died  1654." 
Wood,  F.  II.  41. 


John  Clyffe.      $M.  1615  (Essex.),     m.   21   Feb. 

(Essex,   arm.   fil.  jet.  19).     Clyffe's  Bowl  (14foz.)  was 
among  the  plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

Son  and  heir  of  John  Clyffe  of  Ingerstone.    (Visitation,  1612.) 

Thomas  Kirton  (Kerton).     $.<&.   1615   (Northampton.). 

£fl.    21    Feb.    16ff-    (Northampton,   arm.   fil.   set.    16). 

Kerton's  Tankard  weighing  23|  oz.  was  among  the  plate 

sacrificed  in  1642. 

Probably  Thomas  Kirton,  son  of  Stephen  Kirton  of  Thorp 
Mandeville,  baptised  20  June,  1599,  living  in  1643  :  married 
Maria,  daughter  of  Sir  William  Dunch  of  Little  Wittenham. 


Peter  Wollcot.  (ft.  1615  (Devon.).  Probably  an  error  for 
William  Walcot  who  fH.  at  Wadham  24  Nov.  1615 
(Devon,  pleb.  fil.  aat.  18). 

Peter  Wollcot,  1641,  is  described  as  son  of  William  Wollcot  of 

Sidbury,  Devon. 


32  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  [1615. 

Otwell  Pye.  (ft.  1615  (Cornub.  gen.  fil.).  f».  17  Nov. 
1615  as  above,  aged  17.  dT.fH.  received  2  Nov.  1615  : 
restored  27  Feb.  1622.  B.A.  5  July,  1619.  M.A.  28  May, 
1622  :  lived  in  the  Middle  Tower  Chamber,  till  27  Feb. 
1622. 

Probably  fourth  son  of  Anthony  Pye  of  Bodinick-veor.  Ad- 
ministration was  granted  to  Jane,  relict  of  Otwell  (alias  Atwell) 
Pye,  19  Sept.  1683. 

Joseph  Pitt  (Pytt,  Pitts).  <£.  1615  (Dorcestr.  gen.  fil.). 
ffi.  26  Jan.  16f§-  as  above,  aged  17.  B.A.  (Pitts)  5  July, 
1619.  M.A.  28  May,  1622.  C.fH.  restored  11  Oct.  1622, 
replaced  7  Nov.  1627,  restored  again  9  Dec.  1628.  He 
lived  in  the  Upper  Chapel  Chamber  till  12  July, 
1622. 

Probably  son  of  John  Pitt  of  Causeway  and  Melcombe  Regis, 

baptised  11  April,  1598. 

John  Hungerford.  (ft.  1615  (Somerset.).  John  Hunger- 
ford  iH.  New  24  Oct.  1617  (Wilton,  gen.  fil.  set.  19). 
Also  another  John  Hungerford  fH.  Oriel  24  April,  1618 
(Warwic.  arm.  fil.  set.  19).  John  Hungerford  was  B.A. 
(New)  18  April,  1621. 

Bernard  Tanner,  (ft.  1615.  (Cornub.  arm.  fil.  a3t.  19.) 
fft.  21  Feb.  16ff  as  above. 

Bernard  Tanner,  Esq.,  married  Julian,  daughter  of  Sir  Richard 
Buller,  at  St.  Stephens  in  Brannel,  27  Nov.  1625.  Margaret, 
sister  of  Joan  Tregarthen,  the  mother  of  the  Founder,  married 
George  Tanner  of  Collumpton. 


John   Larder,      (ft.  1615  (Dorcestr.).      f«.   21,  Feb. 

(Dorcestr.  pleb.  fil.  set.  19).  Elected  &.  8  Aug.  1619,  in 
accordance  with  the  Foundress'  letter  of  nomination, 
13  Aug.  1617.  B.A.  8  May,  1620.  M.A.  19  June,  1623. 
Elected  $.  30  June,  1629;  but  on  30  June,  1630,  he 
with  two  others  "  non  visi  sunt  idonei  qui  in  Socios 
admittereutur  ;  "  another  year's  probation  was  ordered, 
but  he  resigned  Jf.  on  1  July,  1630.  He  lived  in  College 
Chamber,  and  appears  to  have  kept  his  rooms  till  1629, 


1615.]  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  33 

when  on  the  decease  of  Gilbert  Drake  he  moved  into 
his  rooms  (the  Second  Middle  Chamber  from  the 
Chapel). 

He  was  probably  son  of  Robert  Larder  of  Loders  (said  to 
have  been  23  in  1623),  which  Robert  was  son  of  John 
Larder  by  Mary,  daughter  of  John  Wadham  of  Colberston. 
(Hutchins). 

Thomas  Hussey.    OL  1615  (Dorcestr.  arm.  fil).  fH.  21  Feb. 
1615  as  above,  set.  17. 

Thomas  Hussey,  son  and  heir  of  Thomas  Hussey  of  Shapwick, 
was  aged  24  in  1623.  And  Thomas  Hussey,  son  and  heir  of 
Giles  Hussey  of  Edmundsham,  was  aged  22  in  1623.  Thomas 
Hussey  died  19  March,  1630,  aged  32.  On  the  south  side  of 
the  Chancel  at  Trent,  Somerset,  is  his  monument  erected  by 
Bridget  his  wife,  daughter  of  Robert  Coker  of  Mapowder, 
with  this  inscription  : 

Reader,  here  below  doth  lye 

A  pattern  of  true  pietye 

Whose  example  none  need  shame 

To  follow  :  few  can  be  the  same. 

Yeeres  scarce  thirty-two  he  told 

When  in  goodness  growen  old, 

He  died  and  so  enjoys  long  rest : 

God  takes  them  soonest  he  loves  best. 

HUTCHINS'  Dorset. 

William  Bruton.  OL  1615  (Devon.),  ffl.  21  Feb.  1615 
(Devon,  gen.  fil.  set.  18). 

William  Bruton,  second  son  of  William  Bruton  of  Hevitree 
(aged  23  in  1622),  is  said  to  have  a  monument  in  Exeter 
Cathedral,  1661  (Lysons'  Devon,  212). 

Thomas  Martin.  OL  1615  (Devon,  gen.  fil.  set.  13).  m. 
as  above,  21  Feb.  16-Jf  C.ilH.  received  16  Oct.  1616  : 
restored  22  Jan.  1623.  B.A.  5  July,  1619.  M.A. 
28  May,  1622.  He  lived  in  the  Middle  Hall  Chamber 
from  Oct.  1616,  to  April,  1622. 

He  died  10  Sept.  1627,  and  was  buried  in  the  church  of  St. 
Peter,  at  Bath,  where  he  has  this  monument  : 

1) 


34  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  [1615. 

IVXTA  REPOSITI 
SVNT    (SPIRITVS   SANCTI   NVPER 

MDES)  SACRI  CINERES  THOM^E 

MARTYN  ARMIGERI  ARTIV  MAGISTRI 
EXONI-DEVONIENSIS  QVI  OBIJT  DECIMO 
DIE  MENSIS  SEPTEMB8  AN0  SALVTIS  1627 

IGNOTIS  TIBI  TVI  IGNARIS  MERITI  LOQVENTE 

STRVIMVS  (MARTINE)  TVMVLV  QVI  TV^E  REPENDAT 
DEBLTVM  MEMORISE  REFERATQ  I  POSTERIS  ESTATE 

IN  IVVENE  PERFECTAM  COMPOSITOS  MORES 
INGENIVM  (SVAVITER)  FERTILE;  ANIMVM  VIRTVTIS 

ET  DOCTRINE  SATVRVM,  SEDEMQ  :  IVDICIVM 

(PENE  ADMIRVM)  MATVRVM  SOLIDVM  AFFECTVS 

HVMILES,  NOBILES,  AMOREM  OMNIBVS,  FIDEM 

AMICIS  PR^ESTITAM  RELIGIONIS  CVLTVSQ  :  DIVINI 

SVMME  SVPPLICEM,  VINDICEMQ ;  OMNIA  DEMVM 

FJELICEM,  IN1  TAM  INGENTI  ANIMO 

INFIRME  SVBSTARET  CORPVS. 

VOS  QVI  NOVISTIS  QVOSQ  :  NOVIT  (LECTORES)  NOBILIVS 
DIGNEMINI  SEPVLCHRVM  VIVOQ  :  ERIGITE  PECTORE 
MAVSOL^EVM  VOBISQ  :  CHARA  SIT  MEMORIA  VOBISCV 

RESVRRECTVRI  AD   GLORIAM. 


John  Roberts.  13.  1615  (Gloucestr.  pleb.  fil.  set.  17).  |H.  as 
above,  3  Nov.  1615.  B.A.  24  April,  1619.  M.A. 
1  March  16fi.  CJ0L  restored  14  Dec.  1622.  Lived  in 
the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber. 

Possibly  John,   second  son   of   John  Eoberts  of    Westerley 
(Visitation  1623). 

Benjamin  Ball.  13.  1615  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil.  set.  17).  fH. 
as  above  21  Feb.  16|f  B.A.  24  April,  1619.  M.A. 
28  May,  1622.  Lived  in  the  Second  North-west  Chamber 
after  taking  his  B.A.  till  25  March,  1622. 

John  Fathers.  13.  1615  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil.  set.  17).  fH. 
as  above  17  Nov.  1615.  B.A.  26  July,  1617,  but  his 
name  also  occurs  among  the  determining  Bachelors  of 
1619-20.  M.A.  18  May,  1620. 

1  Probably  ni  =  nisi. 


1615.]  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  35 

Richard  Galhampton.  13.  1615  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil.  get. 
18).  i«.  as  above  24  April,  1618. 

Laurence  Drake.  13.  1615  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil.  set.  17). 
m.  as  above  24  April,  1618.  Elected  £.  7  Nov.  1617 
(born  at  Islebrewers,  Somerset),  vice  Bruen,  in  ac- 
cordance with  the  Foundress'  letters  of  nomination 
13  August,  1617.  His  Sb.  was  filled  up  30  June,  1620. 


Thomas  Whitmore.  13.  1615.  JR.  21  Feb.  16£f  (Salop. 
pleb.  fil.  set.  18). 

John  Abraham.      13.  1615   (Devon.).     £H.  15  Nov.  1616 

(Devon,  verbi  Dei  min.  fil.  set.  20).      B.A.  18  May,  1620. 
(E.fH.  received  2  July,  1616  :  restored  4  Dec.  1623. 

Robert  Browne.  13.  1615  (Somerset),  m.  21  Feb.  16f? 
(Somerset,  pleb.  fil.  set.  17). 

Edward  Abraham.  13.  1615  (Devon.).  JH.  21  Feb.  16Jf 
(Devon,  verbi  Dei  min.  fil.  set.  18).  Elected  S-  4  May, 
1620,  in  accordance  with  Foundress'  nomination  of 
13  Aug.  1617  ;  of  Collaton  Ralegh.  B.A.  6  Feb.  161  a  ; 
M.A.  22  June,  1624.  Elected  $.  30  June,  1629  ;  but 
on  30  June,  1630,  he  was  one  of  three  "qui  non  visi 
sunt  idonei  qui  in  Socios  admitterentur,"  as  also  on 
30  June,  1631,  but  he  was  admitted  Jf.  after  three 
years'  probation  5  July,  1632.  Elected  Sub-dean  1629; 
Librarian  1632  ;  Catechist  1634  ;  and  Librarian  (on 
W.  Arnold's  cession)  3  July,  1640.  He  appears  to  have 
lived  in  the  Fourth  Upper  Chamber  from  the  Hall  from 
1635  to  1640.  He  was  buried  in  the  Chapel  6  Dec. 
1642  :  (Wood  gives  this  as  the  date  of  his  death)  : 
with  this  stone  ?  extant.  E.A.  6  Dec.  1642  (Gutch). 

Fohn  Eveleigh.     13.  1615  (Devon.).     B.A.  4  Feb.  16|f. 


Fohn  Hobbey  (Hobby),     fft.  3  Nov.  1615  (Dorcestr.  pleb. 
fil.  set.  19).     B.A.  10  Feb. 


•homas  Corey,   m.  19  Jan.  16f§-  (Cornub.  pleb.  fil.  set.  20). 
B.A.  (Curry)  5  July,  1619.    M.A.  (Coxey)  28  May,  1622. 

D  2 


WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  [1615-16. 

He  lived  in  the  First  North  Chamber.  He  received 
mourning  at  the  death  of  the  Foundress  25  May,  1618, 
and  from  his  position  on  the  list  was  probably  then 


Henry  Allan.      B.D.   of   Wadham   4   March,   16^-      In- 
corporated  M.A.  from  Cambridge  8  Feb. 


1616. 

Humphrey  Walrond.  JfM.  1616  (Somerset,  arm.  fil.  set. 
15).  ilH.  as  above  (arm.  fil.  natu  maximus)  8  May,  1618. 
He  lived  in  the  Chamber  under  Mr.  Basil,  the  Chaplain. 
His  "pott,"  weighing  over  15^-  oz.,  was  among  the  plate 
sacrificed  in  1642. 

He  was  son  of  William  Walrond  of  Ilebrewers.  Elected  Demy 
of  Magdalen  1619,  resigned  1624. 

Thomas  Gower.  Jf.Ot.  1616  (Eborab.  eq.  aur.  fil.  natu 
max.  set.  12).  jflK.  7'  Nov.  1617,  as  above.  His  "  tankerde," 
weighing  23f  oz.,  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

He  was  eldest  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Gower,  Knt.  of  Stittenham, 
created  a  Bart.  2  June,  1620,  who  married  Ann,  daughter  and 
coheiress  of  John  Doyley  of  Merton,  Oxford.  Thomas  Gower 
was  sheriff  of  York,  and  firm  in  his  allegiance  to  King 
Charles  I.  ;  by  his  second  wife  Frances,  daughter  and  coheiress 
of  Sir  John  Leveson  of  Haling  and  Lilleshall,  he  was  the 
direct  ancestor  of  the  Duke  of  Sutherland,  Earl  Granville,  and 
Earl  of  Ellesmere.  A  letter  from  Lady  (Ann)  Gower  to  her 
son  Tom  was  found  under  the  floor  of  Number  5,  1  pair  right. 
It  is  dated  29  Jan.  1617,  from  Stittnam  (Stittenham),  near 
Sherrifs  Hutton. 

"  Tom  I  am  so  fearfull  of  you  now  being  far  from  me  that 
your  younge  yeares  should  forgett  your  maker  which  hath 
beene  so  beneficiall  unto  you,  I  charge  you  to  continue  with 
your  daly  prayers  unto  him  for  the  increase  of  them  and 
alwayes  acknowZed^e  whence  they  came.  I  writt  to  you  in  my 
last  letter  that  you  shoulde  send  me  word  whether  you  heard. 
from  your  granmother  or  whether  you  writt  to  her  since  your 
beinge  att  Oxford  and  you  sent  me  no  word  att  all.  I  have  no 


1616.]  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  37 

newes  to  send  you  but  this  the  Satterday  before  Christemas  day 

Witt  P son  killed.  Duckitt  son  in  the  feilde  it  was  ther 

exeemye1  great  pride  and  God  hath  justly  punished  them  for 
the  one  is  dead  and  the  other  is  fleed  his  contrie  and  is  undone, 
therfore  I  charge  you  to  beware  of  this  sin  and  to  pray  against 
it.  lithe  Sparlinge  also  of  Sherifhouton  is  deade.  thus  with 
my  daly  prayers  to  God  to  continue  you  with  his  blessings  I 
rest  your  ever  lovinge  mother  till  death. 

"ANN  GOWER, 
"  STITTNAM  29  of  Januarij  1617." 

"  Shewe  your  cosin  Davett  when  you  se  him  these  lines  under- 
neathe  tell  him  that  I  would  not  have  bene  a  broker  for  no 
man  livinge  but  hmself.  I  did  it  from  his  owne  mouth  and  to 
don  him  a  kindnesse  and  now  my  woord  is  baffeld.  I  wish 
him  as  much  as  his  owne  kind  hert  would  desire  but  Yorkshire 
will  not  afford  itt :  I  pray  you  remember  me  very  kindly  to 
your  unkell  Harrington." 

In  a  different  hand. 

"Hopinge  of  your  health,  I  have  made  the  best  meanes  for 
your  sworde  and  canne  not  gett  it  by  noe  meanes.  I  have 
(with  the  leaste)  sente  unto  him  three  times  and  the  letters 
have  all  binne  delivered  to  him  yet  oould  I  not  heare  from 
him  att  all  and  at  this  time  havinge  nothinge  to  write  but 
trustinge  of  your  health,  in  hast.  I  commend. 
"  J.  Arnolde  was  chosen  fellowe  a  weeke  since." 

Bowyer  Henley.  JF.OL  1616,  "Hendly's  tankerde," 
weighing  20^  oz.,  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in 
1642. 


Thomas  Rich.  OL  1616.  fH.  8  May,  1618,  (Middlesex, 
arm.  fil.  natumax.  set.  17). 

Anthony  Huish.  (ft.  1616  (Somerset.).  £H.  Magdalen  Hall 
12  April,  1616  (Somerset,  gen.  fil.  set.  18).  B.A. 
(Wadham)  24  Nov.  1619.  M.A.  26  June,  1622.  C.ffl. 
restored  23  May,  1623. 

Robert  Talbot.  OL  1616.  fH.  8  May,  1618  (Wilton,  gen. 
fil.  aet.  15).  He  lived  in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber. 

1  Sic :  the  letters  in  italics  are  restored  from  conjecture.   Witt,  .sv<r.  ?  for  Will. 


38  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  [1616. 

Robert  Brooke.  OL  1616.  ffl.  24  April,  1618.  (South- 
ampton, gen.  fil.  set.  15).  B.A.  6  July,  1620.  M.A. 
20  April,  1624.  He  lived  in  the  Middle  Tower  Chamber 
till  15  April,  1622.  &.JH.  restored  15  April,  1622. 

Robert  Brooke,  third  son  of  Thomas  Brooke  of  Whitchurch,  is 
described  as  clerk  in  the  Visitation  of  1631.  Brother  of  the 
next  and  of  John  Brooke,  1621. 

Richard  Brooke.     OL  1616. 

Second  son  of  Thomas  Brooke  of  Whitchurch  (Visitation 
1631) ;  brother  of  the  above  and  of  John  Brooke,  1621. 

John  Drake.     <tt.  1616  (Devon.).     B.A.  6  Feb.  16ff 

Edward  Warham  (Wareham).  OL  1616.  m.  8  May, 
1618  (Dorcestr.  gen.  fil.  set.  18).  B.A.  (St.  Edm.  Hall) 
9  Feb.  16ff.  M.A.  (Thomas  Warham,  St.  Edm.  Hall) 
26  June,  1623.  He  lived  in  the  Middle  Hall  Chamber. 

Edward  Warham  of  Osmington  (aged  23,  1623),  was  son  and 
heir  of  John  Warham,  by  Anne  Mompesson  of  Carton,  Wilts. 
(Hutchins). 

Edmund  Kingston,  (ft.  1616.  JH.  8  May,  1618  (Gloucestr. 
gen.  fil.  set.  17). 

John  Tirrell.  OL  1616  (Essex.),  m.  Tyrrell  7  Nov.  1617 
(Essex,  gen.  fil.  set.  16).  B.A.  18  May,  1620  (arm.  fil. 
natu  maximus). 

Son  of  Thomas  Tyrell  of  East  Horndon,  born  14  Dec.  1597  ; 
knighted  27  Jan.  16  f|-  ;  a  great  sufferer  for  the  Royal  Cause  j 
Burgess  in  Parliament  for  Maldon  1661  ;  died  1675,  aged  82. 
(Morant,  II.  210)  ;  (Berry's  Essex  Genealogies),  but  the  dates 
are  puzzling.  Father  of  Thomas  Tirrell,  1656. 

Richard  Hawke.     OL  1616  (Cornub.). 

Richard  Hawke,  son  and  heir  of  Nicholas  Hawke  of  Trereven, 
was  aged  20  in  1620  :  brother  of  Thomas  Hawke,  1634. 


1616.]  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  39 

Richard  Rogers.  <£.  1616.  JH.  28  May,  1619  (Somerset, 
gen.  fil.  set.  19). 

Probably  Kichard  Eogers,  Lord  of  the  Manor  of  Kiloe,  Som. 
and  father  of  Elizabeth,  Duchess  of  Richmond. 

Richard  Tisdall.  OL  1616.  (Londin.).  fH.  8  May,  1618 
(Middlesex,  arm.  fil.  natu  max.  set.  17). 

Winchcombe.     OL  1616. 

George  Ryves.  OL  1616.  Jfl.  17  Oct.  1617  (Hampton, 
arm.  fil.  set.  17).  Possibly  George  Ryves,  B.C.L.  24  Jan. 
16ff  D.C.L.  6  July,  1634. 


Anthony    Fawkner.       13.     1616.       M.   24   April,    1618 
(Rutland,  pleb.  fil.  set.  16).     B.A.  28  Nov.  1620.     M.A. 
(Jesus)  18  June,  1623.     He  lived  at  different  times  in 
the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber,  Nov.  1622— April,  1623, 
and  as  B.A.  in  the  Second  North-west  Chamber,  and  in 
the  South  Bay  Window.     C.fH,  restored  23  April,  1623. 
He  is  said  to  have  been  educated  at  Okeham  or  Uppingham 
School.     Disinherited  by  his  uncle  for  his  loyalty.     Rector  of 
Bulwick,  Northants,  and  Chaplain  to  Lord  Capel. 

"  He  was  Chaplain  to  Sir  Lewis  Watson  of  Northants,  and 
Parson  of  Saltry  (So\vtree)  All  Saints,  alias  Morgagne,  i.e. 
Moygne,  Hunts;  author  of  several  sermons."  (Wood,  Afh. 
II.  610.) 

Carter.     13.  1616. 

Brewer.     13.  1616.     B.A.  (Andrew  Bruer)  10  Dec.  1617. 

Thomas  Higham.  13.  1616.  0m  received  24  June, 
1617,  restored  22  Nov.  1622.  B.A.  28  Nov.  1620.  M.A. 
(St.  Mary  Hall)  17  June,  1623.  He  lived  in  the  First 
North-west  Chamber  and  in  the  Middle  Chapel 
Chamber  as  B.A.  from  Jan.  1620  to  Nov.  1622. 

William  Brockar.     13.  1616. 


40  WARDEN     FLEMMYNG.  [1616. 

Peter  Poole.  (fD.fH.  received  as  (ft.  or  JfM.  in  1616,  and 
restored  12  Dec.  1622.  fH.  (St.  Mary  Hall)  21  Oct. 
1608  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil.  set.  19).  B.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall) 
5  Feb.  16H-  M.A.  7  July,  1619. 


Walter  Hungerford.  fH.  21  June,  1616  (Somerset,  gen. 
fil.  set.  19).  B.A.  (All  Souls)  10  June,  1624.  M.A. 
12  May,  1628.  D.D.  16  Nov.  1643. 

One  Walter  Himgerford  was  elected  Fellow  of  All  Souls 
(from  the  county  of  Wilts)  1624.  Probably  third  son  of  John 
Hungerford  of  Cadenham  :  became  Eector  of  Buscot,  Berks  ; 
where  he  was  buried  with  this  inscription  :  "Walter  Hunger- 
ford,  D.  of  Divinity,  deceased  10  Nov.  An'o.  Dom'.  1681." 

Gilbert  Drake,  m.  21  Feb.  16^  (Devon,  pleb.  fil.  set.  17). 
He  was  nominated  ,£.  by  the  Foundress  28  Feb.  1617, 
being  son  of  John  Drake  of  Littleham,  Devon;  and 
was  elected  30  June,  1620,  vice  R  Ellis.  Elected  ^. 
30  June,  1625,  admitted  30  June,  1626.  Had  his 
grace  for  his  B.A.  30  Jan.  1620.  B.A.  6  Feb.  16f$. 
M.A.  20  April,  1624.  Elected  Sub-dean  1621  ; 
Moderator  of  Philosophy  1625 ;  Humanity  Lecturer 
1626  ;  and  Dean  1627  and  1628;  but  he  died  in  March, 
162f.  (Mag.  Drake  intermortuo  successit  in  decanatu 
Mag.  Bos  well  ineunte  quadragesima)  He  lived  in  the 
South  Bay  Window  and  in  Foundresse  Chamber,  and 
(at  the  time  of  his  death)  in  the  Second  Middle 
Chamber  from  the  Chapel.  He  died  2  March, 
162^,  and  was  buried  in  the  Outer  Chapel  near  his 
monument  on  the  Eastern  Wall  with  this  inscription  : 

Exuvias  hie  deposuit  Gilbertus  Drake  Devoniensis 

Generosa  familia  oriundus,  in  Artibus  Magister 

Et  hujus  Collegii  Socius :  vir  magna  eruditione,  ingenio 

Facili  felicique  moribus  suavissimis, 

Quinetiam  integritate  vitse  illibata 

Singulari  et  pietate  Celebris  ; 

Nee  tarnen  pro  suis  virtutibus  satis  notus, 

Complures  enim  humiliori  inodestia  velabat,  quas 

Ne  desideres  (Lector)  en  vix  media  adhuc  setate,  ccelo 

Maturus  obiit  Mar.  2°  A.D.  1629  getatis  29 

J.D.P.D. 
(?  Johannes  Drake  Pater  Dedicavit). 


1616.] 


WARDEN     FLEMMYNG. 


41 


He  was  one  of  the  earliest  benefactors  to  the  Library, 
bequeathing  many  books  in  1629. 

John  Skeat  (Skete).  m.  21  Feb.  16^-  (Wilton,  pleb.  fil. 
at.  17).  B.A.  28  Nov.  1620.  M.A.  11  July,  1623. 

Humphrey  Tabor.  ffi.  21  Feb.  16ff  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil. 
set.  18).  B.A.  28  Nov.  1620.  M.A.  (Taylor)  17  June, 
1623. 

Richard  Darrell.  m.  14  March,  16^f  (Cornub.  pleb.  fil. 
set.  16). 

Kichard  Darrell,  son  and  heir  of  William  Darrell  of  Crowan, 
aged  20  in  1620,  or  possibly  of  Trevoenan  in  St.  Minver. 

Walter  Bond.  fH.  14  March,  16-J-f  (Somerset,  verbi  Dei 
min.  fil.  set.  16).  B.A.  1  March,  16f£.  He  received 
mourning  on  the  death  of  the  Foundress,  25  May,  1618, 
and  from  his  position  on  the  list  was  probably  then 

fltterfc. 


Edward  Burton.  Occurs  (14  May)  among  the  B.A.'s  of 
16lf  "e  Coll.  Wadh."  but  Wood's  note  is:  "Edward 
Burton  eq.  aur.  fil.  ex  Aula  Magd.  (sic  supplicatio 
sua),  fuit  tamen  e  Coll.  Magd.  quando  determinavit." 


Warfcen  Smitb. 


1617. 

Thomas  Grudge.  Subscribed  the  Articles  3  June,  1614. 
Nominated  &.  by  the  Foundress  on  the  resignation  of 
Stonehouse,  13  Aug.  1617,  and  admitted  2  Oct.  1617 ; 
born  in  St.  Maddren,  Cornwall.  B.A.  8  May,  1618. 
Lived  in  the  North  Bay  Window. 

Probably  son    of   Thomas    Grudge    of   Maderne  and  Mary 

Fleminge  (Visitation  1620). 


William  Rodney.  JfM.  1617  (Somerset,  arm.  fil.  set.  17). 
ift.  as  above  24  April,  1618.  His  "pott,"  weighing  over 
19^  oz.,  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

Probably  third  son  of  Sir  John  Kodney  (Visitation  1623) ; 
married  Alice,  daughter  of  Sir  T.  Caesar,  and  was  buried 
at  Huntspill.  (Collinson,  III.  605.) 

Giles  Estcourt.  JfM.  1617  (Wilton,  mil.  fil.  set.  17).  fa. 
as  above,  8  May,  1618.  The  two  "Estcourts'  Tankerdes," 
weighing  41Joz.,  were  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in 
1642. 

Sir  Giles  Estcourt  of  Newton,  Wilts,  was  created  Baronet, 
17  March,  16|f,  and  married  Anne,  daughter  of  Sir  Robert 
Mordaunt  of  Little  Massingham,  Norfolk,  Bart.  ;  his  son  and 
successor  Sir  Giles  Estcourt  was  slain  unmarried  in  Italy. 

Edward  Estcourt.  $.(&.  1617  (Wilton,  mil.  fil.  set.  16). 
fH.  8  May,  1618.  He  appears  to  have  replaced  his  name 
on  the  College  Books ;  his  C.JH.  being  received  10  May, 
1628,  and  restored  20  Dec.  1628. 

Brother  of  the  above. 


X 


1617.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  43 

Edward  Horsey.  JfM.  1617  (Dorcestr.).  His  gilt  bowl, 
weighing  llf  oz.,  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in 
1642. 

Probably  son  of  Ralph  Horsey  of  Clifton,  and  Melcombe 
Horsey  (Hutchins). 

Hugh  Stewkley.  JfM.  1617.  m.  3  July,  1618  (South- 
ampton, mil.  fil.  set.  14). 

Eldest  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Stewkley  of  Hinton  (Visitation 
1623),  brother  of  Thomas  Stewkley,  1621,  and  John  Stewkley, 
1626.  Sir  Hugh  Stewkley  of  Hinton,  Hants,  was  created 
Baronet  9  June,  1627  :  married  Sarah,  daughter  and  coheiress 
of  Ambrose  Dauntsey  of  Lavington,  Wilts.  Died  about  1642. 

Henry  Brounker.  $M.  1617  (Middlesex,  eq.  aur.  fil.  set. 
15).  fR.  31  Oct.  1617  as  above.  He  was  created  M.D. 
23  June,  1646,  at  the  same  time  as  his  brother  William, 
Lord  Brouncker,  the  famous  President  of  the  Royal 
Society ;  they  were  sons  of  Sir  William  Brouncker 
(created  Baron  Brouncker  of  Newcastle,  and  Viscount 
Brouncker  of  Castle  Lyons,  in  the  kingdom  of  Ireland, 
12  Sept.  1645),  who  died  in  Wadham  in  the  middle  of 
Nov.  1645,  and  was  buried  in  the  Cathedral  of  Christ 
Church.  "  Brounker's  tankerde,"  weighing  17^  oz.,  was 
among  the  plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

"  Henry  succeeded  his  brother  in  the  title,  5  April,  1684,  and 
died  s.p.  4  Jan.  1687,  and  was  buried  at  Richmond,  Surrey." — 
Wood. 

John  D'oilye.  JF.<B.  1617  (Oxon.)  m.  27  Nov.  1618 
(Oxon.  arm.  fil.  natu  max.  set.  16).  His  gilt  "  tankerde," 
weighing  20 J  oz.,  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in 
1642. 

Probably  the  eldest  son  and  heir  of  Sir  Cope  Doyley  of 
Chiselhampton.  and  brother  to  Charles  D'Oyley,  1626.  Bap- 
tized 3  March,  1601 ;  succeeded  his  father  in  1633,  and  was 
High  Sheriff  of  Oxford,  1639.  His  house  at  Greenlands  being 
held  for  the  King  was  nearly  destroyed  by  the  Parliamentary 
forces,  though  he  appears  to  have  taken  the  Parliament  side. 
M.P.  for  Oxford  about  1645,  and  one  of  the  Parliamentary 
Commissioners  for  the  Visitation  of  the  University.  Died 
about  1660. 


44  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1617. 

Angel  Graye.  JfM.  1617.  fH>  20  Nov.  1618  (Dorcestr. 
arm.  fil.  set.  16).  "Grave's  pott,"  weighing  18  oz.,  was 
amoDg  the  plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

Angell  Graye,  son  of  George  Graye  of  Kingston  Marwood,  was 
aged  20  in  1623.  Possibly  the  same  as  Mr.  Ancketil  Gray,  one 
of  the  Commissioners  for  Dorset,  who  met  the  Prince  of  Wales 
at  Bridgewater  in  1645. 

Arthur  Ayshford.  JfM.  1617  (Devon.).  His  "bowl," 
weighing  14f  oz.,  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in 
1642. 

Probably  Arthur  Ayshford,  son  and  heir  of  Henry  Ashford  of 
Ashford,  aged  19  in  1620. 


Henry    Arnold.      <£.    1617.      One    Henry    Arnold    was 
admitted  <&.  also  in  1614. 

James  Bale.     OL  1617  (Somerset,  gen.  fil.  set.  17).     fH.  as 
above  24  April,  1618. 

Richard  Chichester.     OL  1617  (Devon.),     ffl.   24  April, 
1618. 

Probably  son  and  heir  of  Hugh  Chichester  of  Widworthy, 
aged  20 'in  1620. 

Nicholas  Weare.     <&.  1617  (Devon.),     ftt.  (Ware)  8  May 
1618.     (Devon,  gen.  fil.  set.  18). 

John  Sunnibanke  (Sonibant).     OL  1617.     IH.  24  April, 

1618  (Essex.  Doct.  fil.  natu  max.  set.  17). 

Henry  Stratford.     OL  1617.     fE.   24  April,  1618  (Londin. 
gen.  fil.  set.  18). 

Peter  Atwell.     <tt.  1617  (Devon.).     fH.  (Atwill)  16  April, 

1619  (Devon,  arm.  fil.  natu  max.  set.  17). 

Peter  Atwell,  son  of  William  Atwell  of  Kenton,  was  aged  19 
in  1620. 


1617.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  45 

William  Lotisham.     OL  1617. 

Probably  William  Lotisham,  son  of  Francis  Lotisham  of 
Ditcheat,  Som.  (Phelp,  II.  267) ;  or,  William  Lotisham,  son  of 
Oliver  Lotisham  of  Fordington,  described  as  of  Eipley  in  1623 
(Visitation). 

Robert  Rainsford.  (ft.  1617.  ffl.  (Raynsford)  23  Oct. 
1618  (Kant.  arm.  fil.  get.  16).  B.A.  6  Feb.  16f£  (Col- 
lector Bac.  determinantium).  M.A.  11  July,  1623. 
B.D.  29  March,  1631.  D.D.  23  June,  1637.  <&M. 
replaced  28  April,  1622,  and  restored  again  9  June, 
1627.  He  lived  in  Middle  Hall  Chamber,  April,  1622, 
to  Oct.  1623.  In  1623  he  lived  in  the  Upper  Chapel 
Chamber,  and  after  he  became  a  B.A.  he  lived  in  the 
Middle  Hall  Chamber,  which  he  improved  at  a  certain 
expense  in  1624. 

One  Kobert  Rainsford  was  Curate  of  Bromley,  Kent,  1630 
(Hasted,  I.  96).  One  Robert  Rainsford  was  Prebendary,  Min. 
Par.  Alt.  Sarum,  3  April,  1644,  and  died  before  19  Aug.  1661. 

Hodder.  OL  1617.  Robert  Hodder  M.  Magdalen  Hall 
24  April,  1618  (Dorcestr.  gen.  fil.  set.  18). 

Claver.  <£.  1617.  The  name  also  occurs  among  the 
Batellars  of  this  year,  without  a  prefix.  Francis  Claver 
fm.  Magdalen  21  June,  1621  (Buckingham,  gen.  fil. 
set.  18). 

William  Drake.  OL  1617  (of  Wiscombe,  South  Leigh, 
Devon),  m.  16  April,  1619  (Devon,  arm.  fil.  set.  18). 
Recommended  for  a  &.  by  the  Foundress,  13  Aug. 
1617,  and  elected  vice  Philip  Hill  3  Dec.  1618.  B.A. 
4  Dec.  1622.  M.A.  7  July,  1625.  Lived  in  College 
Chamber.  Elected  $.  30  June,  1629,  but  he  was 
one  of  three  who  "non  visi  sunt  idonei  qui  in  socios 
admitterentur,"  30  June,  1630,  and  was  referred  to 
another  year's  probation ;  the  same  notice  is  repeated  on 
30  June,  1631,  but  on  the  5  July,  1632,  he  was  admitted 
to  his  JF,  Elected  Catechist  1632 ;  Humanity  Lecturer 
1632;  and  Bursar  1635.  Resigned  Jf.  I  July,  1637. 

Simon  Every.  OL  1617.  ffi.  27  Nov.  1618  (Northampton, 
gen.  fil.  set.  15).  Possibly  he  afterwards  became  a  jjF.ift. 


46  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1617. 

as  "  Every e's  bowl/'  weighing  10 J  oz.  was  among  the 

plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

Simon  Every  of  Egginton,  Derbyshire  (which  he  obtained 
through  his  wife),  was  created  Baronet  26  May,  1641,  and 
suffered  for  the  King's  Cause  ;  he  is,  however,  said  to  have 
been  originally  of  Chard,  Somerset. 


Thomas  King.  33.  1617.  JH.  30  Oct.  1618  (Gloucestr.  gen. 
fil.  set.  17). 

James  Barstable.  ffi.  30  May,  1617  (Devon,  pleb.  fil.  set. 
19).  B.A.  28  Nov.  1620. 

Philip  Hall.  M.  27  June,  1617  (Devon,  pleb.  fil.  set.  18). 
B.A.  (Alban  Hall)  10  Dec.  1621.  M.A.  2  June,  1624. 

Rector  of  Upton  Pyne,  admitted  1  Oct.  1636.  He  suffered 
severely  for  the  Royal  Cause,  but  returned  to  his  living  after 
the  Restoration  and  lived  till  1683. 

Thomas  Tintiney.  ffl.  10  Oct.  1617  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil. 
set.  18). 

John  Derby.  M.  24  Oct.  1617  (Dorcestr.  pleb.  fil.  set.  19). 
B.A.  (Gil.  Darby)  1  Feb.  16ff 

Thomas  Smyth,  ffi.  6  Feb.  16-Jf  (Wilton,  pleb.  fil.  set.  15). 
B.A.  26  Jan.  16ff.  M.A.  27  June,  1626.  On  6  Dec. 
1624,  he  was  elected  Sub-dean,  when  he  is  described  as 
<£f)aplattt.  He  probably  succeeded  Basil,  and  was  suc- 
ceeded by  Elmhirst,  who  took  over  the  Upper  Chaplain's 
Chamber  from  him,  and  "paid  to  the  College  for 
Mr.  Smith's  debt." 


Henry  Jeames.  B.A.  (Wadham)  26  July,  1617.  M.A. 
18  May,  1620. 

Philip  QuickC.     B.A.  (Wadham)  10  Feb.  16^- 

Robert  Blake.  ffi.  Alban  Hall  26  Jan.  16^  (Somerset. 
pleb.  fil.  set.  17).  B.A.  (Wadham)  10  Feb.  16|f  He 
stood  for  a  JF.  at  Merton  in  1619,  but  failed;  in 


1617-18.]  .       WARDEN     SMITH.  47 


1623,  being  then  of  Wadham  College,  he  wrote  verses 
on  Cambden's  death. 

Born  at  Bridgewater,  and  educated  at  the  Grammar  School 
there.  In  1640  he  was  elected  Burgess  for  Bridgewater  ;  and 
afterwards  taking  up  arms  for  the  Parliament  was  made 
Governor  of  Taunton.  After  some  service  on  land,  he  was 
made  Commissioner  of  the  Navy,  Warden  of  the  Cinque  Ports, 
and  (in  1649)  General  at  Sea.  On  25  Sept.  1651,  he  became  a 
member  of  the  Council  of  State.  Putting  to  sea  in  1652,  he 
defeated  the  French  on  2  Sept.,  but  was  defeated  by  Van 
Tromp  on  29  Nov.,  though  he  in  his  turn  defeated  the  Dutch 
on  18  Feb.  He  fought  subsequently  at  Tunis  in  1655,  and  won 
a  victory  at  Santa  Cruz,  April,  1657,  but  died  as  the  fleet  was 
entering  Plymouth  Sound  on  its  return,  17  Aug.  1657,  aged  59. 
He  was  interred  with  great  pomp  in  Henry  VII. 's  Chapel,  in 
Westminster  Abbey,  4  Sept.  1657  ;  but  his  body  was  sub- 
sequently disinterred  after  the  Restoration  (12  Sept.  1661),  and 
reinterred  in  St.  Margaret's  churchyard.  His  portrait  hangs  in 
the  College  Hall. 


1618. 

William  Durham.  On  30  Oct.  1618,  a  letter  was  sent  by 
King  James  I.  to  "  Our  trustie  and  welbeloved  the 
Warden  and  Fellowes  of  Waddam  College  in  Oxford, 
from  our  Mannour  of  Theobaldes/'  desiring  them  to 
admit  William  Durhame,  "having  almost  from  his 
infancy  followed  the  studdie  of  letters  as  he  hath 
atteyned  to  the  degree  of  Maister  in  Artes,"  to  a 
Fellowship  whenever  any  Fellow's  place  shall  be  void  ; 
"notwithstanding  anie  thing  in  your  statutes  to  the 
contrarie."  The  College  in  two  successive  letters, 
29  Nov.  1618,  and  3  Jan.  16^f,  begged  the .  interference 
of  William,  Earl  of  Pembroke,  Lord  Chamberlain  of 
the  King's  Household,  and  Chancellor  of  the  University; 
in  the  first  they  point  out  that  William  Durham  is  in- 
eligible under  the  Statutes,  and  send  therewith  two  of 
the  Fellows  to  explain ;  in  the  second  they  set  out  the 
legal  objections  at  length.  A  portion  of  a  narrative  in 
Latin  of  the  attempt  of  "  William  Durham,  the  Scot," 
to  obtain  a  Fellowship  is  among  the  College  MSS.,  from 


48  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1618. 

which  it  appears  that  William  Durham  was  "Andrea- 
politanus,"  and  that  as  the  King  had  himself  altered  the 
words,  "  Kingdom  of  England  "  to  "  Kingdom  of  Great 
Britain  "  in  the  Statutes,  it  was  feared  that  he  might  be 
angered  by  the  refusal  of  the  College  to  admit  a  Scot. 
The  narrative  is  not  finished :  but  it  is  clear  that  the 
attempt  was  not  successful. 


John  Ireland.     Jf&.  1618. 

John  Blewet.  Jf.<&.  1618  (Devon.),  flj.  (Bluet)  16  April, 
1619  (Devon,  arm.  fil.  natu  max.  set.  15).  "Bluet's 
tankerde,"  weighing  26^  oz.,  was  among  the  plate 
sacrificed  in  1642. 

He  died  in  1634,  and  has  a  monument  in  Holcombe  Rogtis 

church,  Devon. 

Robert  Markham.     JfM.  1618. 

Second  son  of  Sir  Anthony  Markham  of  Sedgebrook  ;  brother 
of  John  Markham,  1613,  and  father  of  Robert  Markham,  1660. 
Created  Baronet  15(?  22),  Aug.  1642,  eventually  heir  to  his 
father.  He  joined  the  Royal  cause,  and  was  besieged  in 
Newark,  Dec.  1644.  He  was  born  in  1600,  and  died  on 
Candlemas  Day,  1667.  (Markham,  History  of  the  Markhams. 


Francis  Langworth.     <£.  1618. 

Edmund  Windham.     OL  1618  (Somerset.),     m.  16  April, 
1619  (Somerset,  arm.  fil.  natu  max.  set.  18). 

He  was  eldest  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Wyndham  of  Kempsford, 
and  was  sent  by  his  father  to  serve  in  the  Low  Country  wars. 
In  1641  he  was  one  of  the  first  to  take  up  arms  for  the  King, 
joining  the  forces  of  the  Earl  of  Hertford.  He  served  as 
Colonel  in  the  Western  Army,  and  was  Governor  of  Bridge- 
water  when  it  was  besieged  and  taken  by  Fairfax.  After  the 
death  of  the  King  he  followed  the  royal  family  to  France,  and 
attended  upon  Charles  II.  After  the  Restoration  he  was  made 
Knight  Marshal  of  England.  He  died  in  1682.  (Collinson). 
See  possibly  Edward  Windham 


Shakerly  Marmion.     OL  1618.     M.  16  Feb.  16f  ?  (North- 
ampton.  arm.  fil.  primus  ?  unicus  set.   18).      His 


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appears  to  have  been  received  28  April,  1616.  B.A. 
1  March,  16|4  (arm.  fil.  natu  max.).  M.A.  7  July,  1624. 
Lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains' 
as  B.A.  from  Oct.  1622,  and  in  Founder's  Chamber  as 
M.A.  July,  1624  to  Oct.  1625. 

He  was  born  at  Aynhoe,  and  educated  in  the  free  school  at 
Thame.  After  serving  in  the  Low  Countries  he  joined  the 
troops  raised  by  Sir  John  Suckling  for  Charles  I.  against  the 
Scots,  and  was  taken  ill  at  York,  and  died  in  London  in  1639, 
and  was  buried  at  St.  Bartholomew,  near  Smithneld.  He  \vas 
the  author  of  several  plays  or  masques  ;  Holland's  Leaguer, 
A  Fine  Companion,  Cupid  and  Psyche,  The  Antiquary.  Wood, 
Ath.  Ox.  II.  647. 

Norris  Buckocke.  OL  1618.  ffl.  11  June,  1619  (Norricius 
Buckoke,  Buckingham,  gen.  fil.  set.  14).  His  (£.£H.  was 
restored  11  April,  1622. 

He  was  elected  Demy  of  Magdalen,  1622  (Buckocke  or  Buc- 
cuppe).  B.A.  18  Feb.  16f§,  M.A.  27  June,  1626,  when  he 
resigned  his  Demiship. 

Roger  Colmer.  (ft.  1618  (Somerset.).  Lived  in  Founder's 
Chamber. 

Probably  Roger,  son  of  Roger  Colmore  of  Colmore,  aged  20  in 
1623. 

Ninian  Burrell.     (E.  1618. 

Chancey  Snellgrave.  (E.  1618.  His  C.fH.  was  restored 
13  Jan.  1622.  He  lived  in  the  Single  Chamber  in 
Buller's  Inn  from  May,  1619,  to  March,  1623. 

Edward  Coxwell.     (St.  1618. 

John  Sydley  (Sedley).  OL  1618.  fa.  1  Dec.  1620 
(Kantise.  pleb.  fil.  a?t.  19).  He  lived  in  Founder's 
Chamber.  His  C.fH.  was  restored  Jan.  1621. 

Possibly  son  of  Isaac  Siclley  of  Great  Chart  (created  Baronet 
14  Sept.  1621)  ;  if  so,  he  succeeded  his  father  about  1627,  and 
died  Nov.  1673. 

E 


50    .  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1618. 

Francis  Hanford,     <£.  1618. 

Anthony  Garth.     <E.  1618.     flj.  16  Nov.  1621  (Surr.  arm. 
fil.  Stius  get.  21).       CJK.  restored   9  May,  1623.      He 
lived  in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber  till  24  June,  1623. 
Probably  second  son  of   George  Garth  of   Morden,  Surrey  ; 
returned  under  Poartsoken  Ward  in  the  Visitation  of  London, 
1634  ;  also  in  the  Visitation  of  Surrey,  1623. 

Thomas  Rollstone.  OL  1618.  ffl.  12  May.  1620  (Rolle- 
stone,  Devon,  gen.  fil.  set.  16).  He  lived  in  the  Bottom 
Tower  Chamber. 

Thomas  Burnaby.     (ft.  1618. 

Richard  Ducke.  (ft.  1618  (Devon.).  C.fH.  received 
21  Oct.  1619,  restored  11  Oct.  1622.  fH.  12  May, 
1620  (Devon,  arm.  fil.  primus,  set.  16).  He  supplicated 
for  B.A.  3  July,  1622.  Lived  in  the  Chamber  under 
Mr.  Basil,  i.e.  the  Chaplain,  till  29  Sept.  1622. 

Probably  Richard  Ducke,  son  and  heir  of  Nicholas  Ducke, 
Kecorder  of  the  City  of  Exeter  (aged  17  in  1620). 


John  Salter.  33.  1618  (Devon.).  OLfft.  received  6  March, 
1618,  restored  29  Sept.  1622.  M.  16  April,  1619 
(Devon,  pleb.  fil.  set.  19).  He  lived  in  the  Bottom 
Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'  from  6  March,  1618,  to 

29  Sept.  1622. 

Bould.     $3.  1618. 

William  Blake,     ft.  1618  (Somerset.).     M.  24  Nov.  1620 

(Somerset,  min.  fil.  set.  17).  Elected  JJ»  (born  at  Bridge- 
water)  30  June,  1620,  in  place  of  Laurence  Drake. 
B.A.  4  Dec.  1622.  M.A.  7  July,  1625.  Elected  ^. 

30  June,  1628,  and  admitted  JF.  2  July,  1629.     Elected 
Sub-dean  1623;    Humanity  Lecturer  1629  and  1630; 
Catechist  1631  and  1638;  Sub-warden  1637  and  1642; 
Bursar  1641.     On  2  Sept,  1634  he  had  leave  to  travel 
as  tutor  to  John  Horsey,  son  and  heir  of  George  Horsey 
of  Clifton,  Dorset.     He  took  the  degree  of   Doctor  of 
Civil   Law   at  Padua  in   the  beginning  of   1637.     On 


1618.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  fil 

19  Dec.  1G38,  he  resigned  his  office  of  Catechist  on 
obtaining  leave  to  travel  for  a  year;  and  on  15  July, 
1640,  was  incorporated  D.C.L.  at  Oxford.  On  11  Nov. 
1642  (twenty  days  after  Edgehill),  he  with  nine  others 
of  the  Foundation  had  leave  of  absence  granted  till 
Christmas  ;  on  14  Jan.  164|-,  he  signed  (as  Senior  Fellow) 
the  agreement  to  surrender  the  College  Plate  to  the 
King.  He  had  leave  of  absence  granted  him  in  1643  on 
July  8  (three  months),  6  Oct.  (three  months),  14  Dec. 
(till  Easter)  ;  in  1644  on  20  April  (though  he  does  not 
appear  to  have  taken  part  in  the  election  of  Warden 
Pitt  on  that  day),  on  2  July  (six  months),  24  Dec.  (till 
Easter)  ;  in  1645  on  7  April  (three  months),  30  June  (till 
16  July),  and  on  17  July  it  is  noted  that  he  had  held  his 
Jf.  eighteen  years  from  Regency,  and  he  is  presumed  to 
have  been  then  "amotus."  He  lived  in  University 
Chamber,  and  in  the  Second  Upper  Chamber  from  the 
Hall ;  finally  on  4  June,  1638,  he  moved  into  the  Third 
Upper  Chamber  from  the  Chapel ;  for  the  furniture  of 
which  he  was  paid  on  15  Dec.  1647. 

He  was  son  of  Humphrey  Blake  of  Planchfield,  and  brother 
of  Eobert  Blake  (1617),  and  is  described  in  the  Visitation 
(1623)  as  "  Dr.  of  Phissick."  He  died  at  Bridgewater,  1667. 

Netherton.     13.  1618. 


John  Smith.  fH.  17  April,  1618  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil.  set.  18) . 
B.A.  6  Dec.  1621. 

Richard  Arnold.  £ft.  24  April,  1618  (Dorcestr.  verbi  Dei 
min.  fil.  set.  15).  Having  been  nominated  by  the 
Foundress  13  Aug.  1617,  he  was  admitted  £>.  4  Oct.  1619, 
vice  Thomas  Grudge  (aged  16,  born  at  Brockenhurst  in 
the  diocese  of  Winchester).  Although  he  was  not  on  the 
Foundation,  yet  he  received  mourning  at  the  death  of 
the  Foundress,  25  May,  1618.  B.A.  30  Jan.  1624.  On 
30  June,  1629,  he  was  "amotus"  from  his  &.  for  staying 
away  a  month  too  long.  He  lived  in  College  Chamber. 

He  is  possibly  the  son  of  Robert  Arnold  of  Armswell,  Dorset ; 
born  in  1604. 

E    2 


52  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1618-19. 

William  Turney  (Turnie).  fa.  24  April,  1618  (Cormib. 
pleb.  fil  set.  18).  Elected  £>.  30  June,  1620  (being  one 
of  the  first  two  elected  according  to  the  Statutes),  vice 
George  Hill,  aged  19,  (born  at  Bodmin,  Cornwall).  B.A. 
30  June,  1621.  His  &  was  filled  up  30  June,  1623,  on 
his  resignation".  He  lived  in  the  North  Crest. 

Edward  Clyffe.  fa.  19  June,  1618  (Essex,  arm.  fil.  aet.  17). 
Having  been  nominated  to  a  &.  by  the  letters  of  the 
Foundress,  13  Aug.  1617,  he  was  admitted  on  6  Feb. 
16fJ.  B.A.  6  Dec.  1621.  M.A.  22  June,  1624.  Elected 
Sub-dean  6  Dec.  1622.  He  resigned  his  J.  9  Feb.  16|f, 
and  on  the  same  day  he  paid  (E.fH.  as  a  (£.  which  was 
restored  31  Aug.  1628.  He  lived  in  the  North  Bay 
Window. 

Third  son  of  John  Clyffe  of  Ingerstone  (Visitation,  1612). 

John  Wills,     fa.  30  Oct.  1618  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil.  set.  16). 
William  Ball.     £H.  30  Oct.  1618  (Oxon.  pleb.  fil.  aet.  15). 


William  Johnson.  Graduated  M.A.  of  Wadham  8  May, 
1618.  

Francis  Ayshford.  Son  of  John  Ayshford,  Esq.,  in  Devon, 
was  buried  in  the  North  part  of  the  Outer  Chapel  about 
the  beginning  of  November,  1618. 

Gutch  calls  him  jF.C.,  and  says  that  he  was  buried  in  the  south 
part.  He  was  probably  one  of  the  Ayshfords  of  Ayshford. 
See  1617  and  1620. 

1619. 

William  Russell.     JfM.  1619  (Wigorn.).     fa.  17  March, 

16-1-9-  (Wigorn.  eq.  fil.  set.  18). 

Second  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Russell  of  Strensham,  created 
Baronet  of  Whitley,  Wore.  12  March,  16-|-f  He  was  a  staunch 
supporter  of  the  King's  Cause,  and  compounded  for  his  estate. 
He  died  in  1669,  and  was  buried  at  Strensham  with  this  in- 
scription:  "Corpus  Gulielmi  Russell  Baronetti  manerii  de 
Strensham  dom.  hie  in  spe  quiescit.  Vir  fuit  ingenio  natalibus 
suis  digno,  egregia  erga  regem  temporibus  nequissimis  fide  nee 
capitis  periculo  nee  magna  rei  familiaris  jactura  luiquam 
concussus." 


1619.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  f,:j 

Carew  Ralegh.  Jf.<&.  1619  "fortissimi  doctissimique 
equitis  Gualteri  Ralegh  filius."  fH.  23  March,  16.^ 
(Middlesex,  eq.  fil.  ast.  16).  His  (K.fH.  was  received 
8  March,  1620  :  restored  10  April,  1623. 

He  was  introduced  at  Court,  but  failed  to  obtain  the  restoration 
of  his  father's  estate  at  Sherborne  ;  he  was,  however,  restored 
in  blood,  3  Charles  I.  In  1635  he  became  a  gentleman  of  the 
King's  Bedchamber  ;  after  the  King's  death  he  endeavoured 
again  in  1651  to  obtain  from  the  Commons  the  restoration  of 
Sherborne.  In  1659  he  was  Governor  of  Jersey.  He  died  in 
1666,  and  was  buried  either  at  West  Horsley,  or  in  his  fathers 
grave  at  St.  Margaret's,  Westminster. 


Francis  Ewre.     OL  1619. 

Thomas  Weedon.  <£.  1619.  <EJK.  received  1620  :  restored 
24  Oct.  1622. 

Christopher  Allanson.  <£.  1619  (Londin.).  ffi.  24  Nov. 
1620  (Londin.  gen.  fil.  set.  16).  His  C.fH.  was  received 
9  Jan.  1620 :  restored  5  April,  1624.  B.A.  6  Feb.  16ff . 

Peter  Hoskins.  <£.  1619  (Dorcestr.).  fH.  1  Dec.  1620 
(Dorcestr.  pleb.  fil.  set.  19).  His  <£JK.  was  leceived 
14  June,  1620  :  restored  25  Nov.  1633.  B.A.  10  Feb. 
16-lf.  M.A.  7  July,  1625.  He  lived  in  Founder's 
Chamber,  14  June,  1620,  and  in  the  Upper  Chapel 
Chamber,  12  July,  1622. 

Probably  fourth  son  of  Peter  Hoskins  of  Langdon  (Visitation 
1613),  and  Beminster,  who  in  1629  was  ordered  "to  set  up 
stocks,  pillory,  and  a  ducking  stool,"  for  the  town  and  manor 
of  Beminster. 

John  Smyth.  4L  1619.  But  see  John  Smyth,  17  April, 
1618. 

Edward  Goad.     OL  1619.    £H.  24  Nov.  1620  (Comub.  pleb. 

fil.  set.  18). 

Probably  fifth  son  of  William  Coode  of  Morval  (died  «./?.),  or 
son  of  Edward  Coode,  baptized  at  St.  Pinnocks,  21)  Xov.  1601. 


54  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1619. 

Roger  Ayshford.     (ft.  1619   (Devon.).     &L.  24  Nov.  1620 

(Devon,  gen.  fil.  set.  16).  His  (£.£H.  was  received 
23  Aug.  1620,  restored  23  Oct.  1630;  but  apparently 
replaced  8  June,  1631,  and  again  restored  12  Dec.  1632. 
B.A.  7  Feb.  16||.  M.A.  26  Feb.  16-H-?. 

Third  son  of  Henry  Ashford  of  Ashford,  and  brother  of  Arthur 
Ayshford,  1617.  Roger  Ayshford,  Rector  of  Bridford,  Devon, 
15  Oct.  1635,  buried  3  Jan.  16|f. 

Robert  Henley.  OL  1619.  ffl.  24  Nov.  1620  (Somerset, 
gen.  fil.  ae t.  18).  Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in 
Buller's  Inn  from  March,  1620,  to  Dec.  1621,  and  also  in 
the  North  Crest. 

He  appears  to  have  been  buried  in  Winsham  church,  Somerset, 
where  there  is  an  antique  monument  of  black  and  white 
marble  with  this  inscription  on  the  tablet :  "  Sacrum  memorise 
Roberti  Henley  (fil.  natu  max.  Henrici,  nepotis  Roberti  Henley 
de  Leigh  in  agro  Somersetensi  Armigeri  et  hujus  comitatus 
unus  prsepositorum),  qui  epidemica  grassante  febre  hinc  de- 
migravit.  Elizabetha  conjunx  ejus  fidelissima,  prior  e  solis 
iiatabus  Edmundi  Lamberti  de  Boyton  in  Cainpo  Wiltoniensi 
Armigeri  et  Dulcibellae  filioe  Richardi  Swayne  de  Blandford  in 
comit.  Dorset  Armigeri  certa  resurrectionis  faustoe  spe  freta 
hoc  posuit  mnemosynon  A.D.  1639."  (Collinson). 

Henry  Thynne.     OL  1619. 

John  Trafford.  OL  1619.  ftt.  12  May,  1620  (Kant.  arm. 
fil.  lus  aet.  14).  C.fH.  received  11  Sept.  1620 :  restored 
22  July,  1622.  He  lived  in  the  Middle  Hall  Chamber 
from  Sept.  1620  to  July,  1622. 

One  John  Trafford  was  Rector  of  Gillingham,  Kent,  on  the 

presentation  of  Brasenose  College,  1649. 

Richard  Wiseman,     (ft.  1619.     £H.  17  June,  1621  (Essex. 

gen.  fil.  ast.  20).  £.fft.  received  in  1620,  and  restored 
26  Sept.  1621. 

Apparently  son  of  Sir  Richard  Wiseman  of  Torell's  Hall ; 

afterwards  knighted  (Morant,  I.  479),  or  third  son  of  John 

Wiseman  of  Stysted  (Visitation  1612). 


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Richard  Clifton.  OL  1619.  C.fH.  received  in  1620  :  restored 
28  June,  1622. 

Robert  Waller.     <£.  1619. 

Richard  Floyd  (Lloyd).  <E.  1619.  ffl.  11  June,  1614 
(arm.  fil.  lus  set.  17).  (£JH.  received  in  1620,  restored 
15  Dec.  1624.  B.A.  7  Feb.  16ff  (arm.  fil.  natu  max.). 
Lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains', 
and  afterwards  in  Founder's  Chamber,  25  Dec.  1621. 

Richard  Farren.  OL  1619.  ffi.  13  July,  1621  (Leicestr. 
pleb.  fil.  set.  18),  but  he  subscribed  on  13  April,  1621. 
C.fH.  received  12  Jan.  1620,  restored  13  Aug.  1625. 
B.A.  2  Dec.  1624.  Lived  in  Founder's  Chamber  from 
Dec.  1621  to  Oct.  1625. 

John  Courtney.  OL  1619  (Devon.).  fft.  23  March,  16f -J- 
(Devon.  arm.  fil.  lus  set.  18).  (£.fH.  received  19  Jan. 
1620,  restored  23  July,  1622.  Lived  in  the  Bottom 
Tower  Chamber. 

Possibly  John  Courtnay  of  Holland  who  died  in  1660. 

Francis  Doddington.  (ft.  1619  (Somerset.).  fH.  17  June, 
1621  (Dodington.  Somerset,  gen.  fil.  set.  17).  C.fH. 
received  1620,  restored  15  April,  1622.  Lived  in  the 
First  North  Chamber  till  25  March,  1622. 

Francis  Doddington,  son  of  John  Doddington  of  Dodington, 
was  Sheriff  of  Somerset  6  Charles  I.  took  up  the  Eoyal  Cause, 
joined  the  Earl  of  Hertford,  and  served  as  Colonel  in  'the 
Western  army  ;  lie  was  by  name  excepted  from  the  Treaty  of 
Uxbridge,  and  fled  to  France  on  the  ruin  of  the  Royal  Cause, 
but  returned  at  the  Restoration.  (Collinson,  III.  519). 

John  Hippesley.     (ft.  1619. 

Probably  John  Hippesley  of  Camleigh,  aged  19  in  1623. 

Thomas  Munnings  (Monyns).  OL  1619.  ffl.  17  June, 
1621  (Kant.  eq.  fil.  set.  17).  <£.fft.  received  16  March, 
1620,  restored  10  July,  1623  (?). 

Son  and  heir  of  Stephen  Monins  of  Dover  ;  afterwards  of 
Fordwicli  (Berry).  One  Captain  Thomas  Munnings  of  Dover 


56  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1619. 

was  Treasurer  to  the  Parliamentary  Sequestrators  of  Canterbury 
Cathedral.     "At  heart  a  Royalist."     (Hasted,  II.  146). 


Harris.  llx  1619.  There  is  a  Robert  Harris  (Wilton,  pleb. 
fil.  set.  18),  who  ffi.  at  Exeter  3  May,  1621  ;  but  see 
Subscriptions  3  June,  1614. 

Kiste.  33.  1619  (Devon.).  One  Edward  Kyfte  (Kiste)  fft. 
Magdalen  Hall  21  June,  1616  (Gloucestr.  pleb.  fil.  «t. 
17).  B.A.  19  Feb.  16ff. 

Darrell.     ft.  1619  (Cornub.). 

Possibly  John  Darrell,  younger  brother  of  Richard  Darrell, 
1616. 


Thomas   Coke.      ffl.    16   April,    1619    (Cornub.   pleb.  fil. 

set.  17). 

John  Warren.  fSi.  21  Jan.  16^f  (Dorcestr.  pleb.  fil.  aet. 
17).  Elected  £.  3  July,  1624  (of  Gillingham,  Dorset, 
aged  about  18).  B.A.  7  July,  1625.  M.A.  27  June, 
1628.  Elected  $.  3  July,  1627,  and  admitted  Jf. 
3  July,  1628.  Elected  Moderator  of  the  New  Class 
(constituted  3  Oct.  1623)  in  1626  and  1627.  Sub-dean 
1628 ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1629,  and  succeeded 
Goodridge  as  Sub-warden  1631  ;  elected  Bursar  in  1631, 
1634,  1636,  1638,  1640,  1642 ;  Dean  1632,  1633 ;  Sub- 
warden  1635,  1639,  1641 ;  Junior  Proctor  1634.  Lived 
successively  in  the  South  Bay  Windowr,  the  Fourth 
Middle  Chamber  from  the  Chapel,  and  the  Fourth 
Upper  Chamber  from  the  Chapel.  He  had  leave  of 
absence  on  8  July,  1643,  till  29  Sept.,  but  he  died  2  Aug. 
(1642  in  the  Convention  Book,  an  evident  error  for  1643) ; 
and  was  buried  at  the  North  End  of  the  Outer  Chapel. 
(Wood  in  his  MSS.  gives  the  stone  as  marked  J.  W. 
2  Aug.  1643.) 

Edward  Osbourne.  £H.  17  March,  1641  (Devon,  pleb.  fil. 
set.  16).  B.A.  7  Feb.  16ff.  M.A.  27  June,  1626. 

Timothy  Wilde.  £H.  17  March,  16JJ-  (Wilton,  min.  fil. 
act.  19). 


1620.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  57 


162O. 

There  are  no  entries  of  Fellow  Commoners,  Commoners, 
or  Batellars  for  1620  in  the  Registrum. 


James  Tucker.  fH.  12  May,  1620  (Devon,  pleb.  fil.  set.  18). 
B.A.  (as  Tasker  alias  Tooker)  7  Feb.  16ff . 

John  Thompson.  £H.  12  May,  1620  (Devon,  min.  fil.  set. 
20).  "  One  Tomson,  a  Servitor,  was  buried  in  the 
Cloister,"  about  1622. 

William  Turner,  ffi.  24  Nov.  1620  (Somerset,  min.  fil. 
set.  16).  Nominated  S>.  by  letter  of  the  Foundress, 
13  Aug.  1617,  and  elected  4  May,  1620,  in  place  of 
John  Woolley ;  when  he  is  said  to  have  been  born  in  the 
manor  of  Berrington,  Somerset.  B.A.  22  June,  1624. 
M.A.  11  June,  1627.  B.C.L.  30  April  1636;  created 
D.C.L.  31  Aug.  1636  (post  adventum  regis  Caroli). 
Elected  ^.  30  June,  1628,  and  admitted  Jf.  2  July, 
1629.  Elected  Moderator  of  the  New  Class  1625  ;  Sub- 
dean  1626,  1627;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1628;  Dean 
1629, 1630, 1631  ;  Bursar  1632, 1634  ;  Sub-warden  1633  ; 
Librarian  1635.  Resigned  JF.  6  Feb.  16ff.  Lived  in 
North  Crest  and  in  the  Third  Upper  Chamber  from  the 
Chapel.  Among  the  documents  relating  to  the  case  of 
Francis  Pyle,  1661,  is  a  letter  from  William  Turner 
(formerly  of  the  College),  dated  Exeter  House,  12  Oct. 
1669,  saying  that  he  has  seen  the  Archbishop  of 
Canterbury,  and  had  hoped  to  have  met  there  the 
Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells. 

He  was  an  Advocate  in  the  Court  of  Arches,  and  a  Member  of 
Doctor's  Commons  ;  he  sided  with  the  Parliament,  and  in  Jan. 
3659  was  appointed  one  of  the  Judges  of  the  Court  of  Ad- 
miralty and  Probate  ;  he  became  subsequently  Chancellor  of 
Winchester,  and  Advocate  of  the  Duke  of  York,  and  was 
knighted.  He  died  about  1670,  at  Eichmond,  Surrey. 
(Wood  F.,  I.  492).  Father  of  William  and  John  Turner  16G1. 


58  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1620-21. 

Richard  Dunne.  fH.  24  Nov.  1620  (Devon,  pleb.  fil.  set. 
20).  The  (!LfH.  of  a  $3.  Richard  Done  was  received  in 
1618,  restored  12  Feb.  1624. 

John  Townely.  £H.  2  March,  16  If  (Gloucestr.  pleb.  fil.  set. 
19).  B.A.  Feb.  10,  16ff.  M.A.  (Townrie)  7  July,  1625. 
Elected  Moderator  of  the  New  Class  1623,  1624. 

George  Rainoldes.  fH.  2  March,  16ff  (Southampton, 
pleb.  fil.  8Bt.  17).  B.A.  (Reynolds)  21~Feb.  16ft.  M.A. 
1628.  He  lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn, 
March,  1622,  to  Oct.  1623. 

William  Taylor,  fft.  16  March,  16f-J-  (Gloucestr.  pleb.  fil. 
get.  20).  B.A.  21  Feb.  16fi.  M.A.  5  July,  1627. 

James  Collins,  fft.  8  June,  1621  (Devon,  min.  fil.  set.  15). 
Having  been  nominated  jj.  by  letter  from  the  Foundress 
dated  28  Feb.  16*1-,  wherein  he  is  described  as  son  of 
James  Collins,  pothecary  of  Exeter,  he  was  elected 
30  June,  1620,  m  place  of  Isaac  Smith  (when  he  is 
described  as  born  in  the  parish  of  St.  Martin,  Exeter). 
On  27  June,  1625  "amotio  Jacobi  Collins"  is  recorded. 
Probably  James  Collins,  B.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall)  30  June, 
1624.  M.A.  (New)  10  May,  1627. 


Robert  Haselwood.  Graduated  M.A.  of  Wadham  College 
1  July,  1620.  Robert  Haslewoode  f&.  (Magdalen  Hall) 
28  April,  1615  (Wigorn.  pleb.  fil.  set.  19).  B.A.  17  Jan. 
» 

"  Sex  dec.  terminos  in  studio  dialectices  in  Acad.  Cant,  posuit." 
Wood  MSS. 


1621. 

Henry  Sandys.  Jf&.  1621.  flj.  11  May,  1621  (Kant.  eq. 
fil.  set.  14).  OTja.  received  5  May,  1621,  restored 
19  Dec.  1625.  B.A.  5  May,  1624.  Lived  in  the  Upper 
Tower  Chamber  25  March,  1622. 

Eldest  son  of  Sir  Edwin  Sandys  of  Northborne  ;  succeeded  his 
father  but  died  without  issue.     Hasted  is  quite  clear  and  says 


1621.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  59 

that  lie  was  married,  but  in  Berry's  Genealogies  he  is  said  to 
have  died  at  the  age  of  13  in  1619. 

Edwin  Sandys.  JfM.  1621.  fH.  11  May,  1621  (Kant, 
eq.  fil.  set.  9).  (£.£H.  received  5  May,  1621,  restored 
19  Dec.  1625.  Lived  in  the  Upper  Tower  Chamber, 
25  March,  1622. 

Second  son  of  Sir  Edwin  Sandys  of  Northborne  ;  became  a 
colonel  in  the  Parliamentary  army,  and  died  in  1642  (?  1652) 
of  a  wound  received  at  the  battle  of  Worcester. 

Richard  Facye.  (C.fH.  received  as  Dominus  Facye  5  May, 
1621,  restored  19  Dec.  1625.  M.A.  25  June,  1621.  ffl,. 
Corpus  Christ!  27  Oct.  1615  (Cornub.  pleb.  fil.  set.  19). 
B.A.  13  Dec.  1615.  He  came  and  left  with  the  two 
Sandys ;  probably  he  was  their  private  tutor. 

Thomas  Stewkeley.  JfM.  1621.  m.  22  Feb.  16fi 
(Hampton,  eq.  fil.  set.  15).  ODJK.  restored  26  Dec.  1626. 

Second  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Stewkeley  of  Hinton  (Visitation 
1623)  ;  brother  of  Hugh  Stewkeley,  1617,  and  John  Stewkeley, 
1626. 


Christopher  Doddington.  (ft.  1621  (Somerset.).  ftt. 
13  July,  1621  (Somerset,  gen.  fil.  get.  16).  C.fH.  restored 
7  Sept.  1623.  Lived  in  the  First  North  Chamber,  and 
had  the  "  Study  under  the  Stayres"  from  April,  1621,  to 
Sept.  1623. 

John  Brooke.  <£.  1621.  fH.  11  May,  1621  (Southampton, 
arm.  fil.  4us.  set.  16).  Lived  in  Middle  Tower  Chamber 
from  April,  1622,  to  March,  1624. 

Fourth  son  of  Thomas  Brooke  of  Whitchurch,  and  brother  of 
Eobert  and  Kichard  Brooke,  1616. 

William  Perrett.  <2L  1621  (Somerset,).  f&.  13  July,  1621 
(Somerset,  rnin.  fil.  set.  20).  <£.i!H.  received  12  May, 
1621,  restored  2  July,  1628.  B.A.  2  Dec.  1624.  Lived 
in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Butter's  Inn  and  in  the 
Bottom  Tower  Chamber  till  23  Dec.  1625. 


60  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1621. 

Walter  James.  <&.  1621.  (JT.fH.  received  24  May,  1621, 
restored  16  April,  1623. 

John  Chudleigh.  OL  1621  (Devon.).  fH.  1  June,  1621 
(Devon,  arm.  fil.  lus  set.  15).  C.fH.  received  26  May, 
1621.  B.A.  (Chuckley.  eq.  aur.  fil.  in  Wood's  MSS) 
7  Feb.  16ff.  Created  M.A.  22  July,  1626,  on  the 
ground  that  being  a  burgess  in  Parliament  he  was 
required  there,  and  was  unable  to  attend  at  the 
University  to  perform  the  necessary  exercises. 

Son  and  heir  of  George  Chudleigh  of  Asheriston  (Asliton). 

Knighted  :  Burgess  in  Parliament  for  Lostwithiel,  Cornwall. 

William  Talket.  OL  1621.  f&.  (Talcott)  9  Nov.  1621 
(Middlesex,  arm.  fil.  lus  set.  17).  &.IH.  received  28  June, 
1621,  restored  16  May,  1626.  B.A.  5  May,  1624. 
Lived  in  the  Single  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  as  B.A.  in 
1624. 

John  Drake.      4L  1621.  fH.   16  Nov.  1621   (Germanus. 

arm.  fil.  lus.  set.  15).  <£.$&.  received  29  June,  1621, 

restored  15  Dec.  1626.  B.A.  7  Feb.  1611  (arm.  fil.  natu 

max.  in  Wood's  MSS.).  M.A.  27  June,  1626. 

Joseph  Martin.      OL  1621   (Devon.).     M.    9    Nov.    1621 

(Devon,  arm.  fil.  2dus  set.  22).  <&M.  received  28  Aug. 
1621,  restored  16  July,  1628.  B.A.  21  Feb.  165*. 
M.A.  11  June,  1627.  "  D.C.L.  27  June,  1633.  Lived 
in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber,  the  Middle  Hall 
Chamber  (July,  1621,  to  April,  1622),  and  the  Middle 
Tower  Chamber  (5  July,  1623). 

William  Blake.  OL  1621  (Londin.).  C.fft.  received 
12  Sept.  1621,  restored  11  June,  1626. 

Nicholas  Sellwin.  OL  1621.  fft.  (Selwyn)  9  Nov.  1621 
(Southsex.  arm.  fil.  3ius  set.  17).  C.ffl.  received  22  Sept. 
1621,  restored  19  Jan.  1625.  B.A.  7  July,  1625. 
Lived  in  the  Middle  Hall  Chamber,  1624. 

Third  son  of  Edward  Selwin  of  Bechington,  afterwards 
Gentleman  Pensioner  to  King  Charles  ;  said  to  have  been 
knighted. 


1621.] 


WARDEN     SMITH 


Edward  Boswell.  OL  1621  (Oxon.).  He  was  probably 
connected  with  W.  Boswell,  original  Jf.  He  lived  in  the 
South  Bay  Window.  On  18  Nov.  1636  he  was  fft. 
among  the  Privilegiati  (fil.  Gulielmi  Boswell  de  Oxon. 
gen.  set.  32),  as  Collector  Redituum  pro  Coll.  Wad. 


Daniel  Trevor.  33.  1621.  ffl.  8  June,  1621  (Essex,  arm. 
fil.  lus  set.  15).  Elected  &  30  June,  1621  (bom  at 
Stogden  ?  in  Essex),  in  place  of  Edward  Brounker  who 
resigned  his  Jf.  Resigned  £.  14  Jan.  16f4. 

Thomas  Whiting,  ft.  1621.  fH.  10  Nov.  1621  (Cornub. 
min.  fil.  set.  20). 

Gaspar  Symons.  IS.  1621.  fH.  9  Nov.  1621  (South- 
ampton. pleb.  fil.  aet.  17).  B.A.  (Jasper  Symons)  7  July, 
1625.  CJft.  restored  8  Dec.  1625.  Lived  in  the 
Second  North-west  Chamber  from  March,  1621,  to 
March,  1626. 


John  Gad.     1$.   1622  (but  probably  before  9  March, 

(Somerset.).  fH.  20  April,  1621  (Somerset,  min.  fil.  set. 
17).  KM.  restored  23  March,  1623.  B.A.  (Alban  Hall) 
21  Oct.  1624.  Lived  in  the  Second  North-west  Chamber 
from  May  to  Nov.  1623. 


John  Wargent.      IB.   1   June,  1621  (Wi< 
17).     Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in 


>rn.  min.  fil.  set. 
toiler's  Inn. 


Edward  Langham.  £H.  8  June,  1621  (Northampton,  min, 
fil.  set.  17).  B.A.  2  Dec.  1624.  M.A.  5  July,  1627. 
From  the  fact  that  his  (E.fflL  which  was  restored  in  1628 
was  £4  it  would  appear  that  he  was  a  (ft.  Lived  in 
the  Middle  Hall  Chamber  after  his  B.A.  in  1626. 

William  Vowells.  ffl.  17  June,  1621  (Dorcestr.  pleb.  fil. 
aet.  18). 

Richard  Hayward.  ffi.  17  June,  1621  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil. 
set.  18).  His  name  occurs  in  the  Chamber  Book ;  but  it 
is  not  clear  what  Chamber  he  lived  in.  B.A.  (Haywood), 
St.  Mary  Hall  30  June,  1624. 


62  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1621-22. 

William  White.    fH.  13  July,  1621  (Oxon.  pleb.  fil.  set.  16). 
B.A.  25  Feb.  16f  i.     M.A.  27  June,  1628. 

He  became  Kector  of  Pusey,  Berks,  in  1648,  where  a  square 
stone  in  the  North  Boundary  Wall  of  the  Rectory  Garden  has 
this  inscription  : 

A.D. 

MDCLXXII 

w 

MD  :   LXVIII 

On  a  flat  stone  in  the  Chancel  is  the  following  :  "  William 
White  began  to  live,  That  is  Died  the  xxxi  May,  MDCLXXVIII  ; " 
the  Register  states  that  he  was  buried  on  5  June. 

Nicholas  Howe.     fH.  9  Nov.  1621  (Somerset,  pleb.  fil.  set. 
17).     B.A.  7  Feb.  16if. 

Christopher  Bull.     m.  9  Nov.   1621   (Dorcestr.  pleb.  fil. 

a3t.  20). 

Nathaniel  Conduite.     ffi.  16  Nov.  1621  (Dorcestr.  pleb. 
fil.  set.  19).     B.A.  6  Dec.  1621.     M.A.  7  July,  1624. 


1622. 

Tobias  (Toby)  Venner.  Elected  £>.  30  June  1622  (born 
at  Bridge  water,  Somerset,  aged  16)  into  the  vacancy 
caused  by  Henry  Anketell's  resignation  of  his  Jf.  One 
Tobias  Venner  fH.  at  Wadham  15  June,  1627  (Doctoris. 
fil.  set.  17).  B.A.  2  July,  1627.  On  the  17  Nov.  1627, 
he  was  punished  as  "guilty  of  contempt,"  and  was 
removed  from  his  S>.  27  June,  1628. 


John  Speccot.  dF.OL  1622  (Devon.).  fft.  5  April,  1622 
Cornub.  eq.  fil.  3ius.  a3t.  16).  C.fH.  received  5  March, 
1621,  restored  11  Dec.  1623.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Hall 
Chamber  from  April,  1622,  to  Dec.  1623. 

Probably  John   Speccot,   third  son  of  Sir  John  Speccott  of 

Speccott. 


1622.] 


WARDEN     SMITH. 


68 


Edward  Rogers.     JfM.  1622  (Dorcestr.).     (E.fH.  received 
8  May,  1622,  restored  4  April,  1623. 

Probably  eldest  son  of  Sir  John  Kogers  of  Bryanston,  married 
Howarda,  daughter  of  Sir  John  Strangways,  but  died  s.p.  1623, 
aged  21.  (Hutchins). 


Gaverigan  Sydenham.    (*L  1622.    (£.£H.  received  2  March, 
1621,  restored  18  Dec.  1624. 

Gavregan  and  Nicholas  Sydenham  were  sons  of  Humphrey 
Sydenham  of  Combe  by  his  second  wife,  and  half  brothers  of 
Humphrey  Sydenham,  Original  JF. 

Nicholas  Sydenham.     (ft.  1622.     C.£H.  received  2  March, 
1621,  restored  18  Dec.  1624. 


John  Coke.  (St.  1611  (Cornub.).  dT.fH.  received  3  March, 
1621,  restored  29  Nov.  1624.  Lived  in  the  Bottom 
Chamber  under  the  Chaplain's. 

Probably  son  and  heir  of  John  Coke  of  Trerice  born  about 
1606. 


Francis  Anketill.  (ft.  1622.  dLfH.  received  31  March, 
1622,  restored  2  Aug.  1625.  Lived  in  the  First  North 
Chamber,  and  had  the  study  on  the  right  hand. 

Son  of  Christopher  Anketill  of  Stour  Provost  and  East  Aimer, 
and  nephew  of  Henry  Anketill,  original  JF.  Baptised  1605  in 
the  Chapel  of  St.  John,  Wareham,  and  died  at  Shaftesbury 
19  Oct.  1635  ;  buried  in  St.  James's  church  27  Oct. 

Thomas  Windham.  <2L  1622  (Somerset.),  m.  13  Dec. 
1622  (Somerset,  fil.  2us.  Thomas  Windham  de  Kemps- 
ford,  gen.  aet.  18).  OT.fH.  received  6  April,  1622,  and 
restored  20  May,  1625. 

Collinson  gives  Sir  Francis  as  the  second  son  of  Sir  Thomas 

Windham. 

George  Clarke.  (ft.  1622.  ,  fH.  31  Jan.  1622  (fil.  Samuelis 
Clarke  de  Londin,  sadler.  sic,  gen.  a?t.  15).  (JT.fft. 
received  18  June,  1622,  restored  5  July,  1623. 


64  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1622. 

Peter  Carew.  <£.  1622  (Devon.).  €.ffi.  received  13  July, 
1622,  restored  4  Nov.  1623.  Lived  in  Founder's 
Chamber  13  July,  1622. 

Probably  Peter  Carew,  second  son  of  Peter  Carew  of  Bickley 
(Visitation  1620). 

Thomas  Pregion.  OL  1622.  f&.  17  Feb.  1622  (fil,  Johannis 
Pregion  de  Civ.  Lincoln,  gen.  set.  16).  C.fK.  received 

25  July,  1622,  restored  26  Aug.  1623. 

Francis  Langston.  OL  1622.  IE.  17  Feb.  1622  (Wigorn. 
fil.  lus  Francisci  Langston  de  Sedgburie,  gen.  set.  17). 
C.IH.  received  17  Oct.  1622,  restored  27  Feb.  1625. 

Humphrey  Courtney.  OL  1622  (Devon.),  fft.  13  Dec. 
1622  (fil.  Caroli  Courtney  de  Mulland,  gen.  get.  16). 
C.fft.  received  13  Nov.  1622,  restored  25  Jan.  1625. 
Lived  in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber  from  1623  to 

26  March,  1626. 

Thomas  Savage.  OL  1622  (Wigorn.).  £K.  13  Dec.  1622 
(Gloucestr.  fil.  lus  Johannis  Savage  de  Menne,  arm.  set. 
18).  £Jft.  received  22  Nov.  1622,  restored  21  April, 
1623. 

One  Major  Thomas  Savage  was  present  at  the  siege  of  Worcester 
on  the  King's  part  in  1646. 


John  Milles.  23.  1622.  C.IH.  received  9  March,  1622, 
restored  22  Oct.  1622.  Lived  in  the  Second  North- 
west Chamber  from  March,  1621,  to  Oct.  1622. 

Ignatius  Jordan.  $5.  1622  (Devon.).  |H.  (Jourdaine) 
5  April,  1622  (Devon,  arm.  fil.  2us.  set.  17).  &M. 
received  22  March,  1621,  restored  7  July,  1625. 
Elected  £.  (Jorden)  1  July,  1625  (born  in  the  parish  of 
St.  Mary  Arches,  Exeter).  B.A.  2  July,  1627.  M.A. 
10  June,  1630.  Elected  $.  30  June,  1631,  and  admitted 
JF.  5  July,  1632.  Lived  in  the  Bottom  Tower 
Chamber  23  May,  1622,  and  (as  B.A.)  in  the  South 
Bay  Window.  Elected  Moderator  of  the  New  Class 
1629  ;  Humanity  Lecturer  1632;  Librarian  1633  ;  Dean 


1622.] 


WARDEN     SMITH. 


1634;  Bursar  1636,  1637.     He  is  not  found  among  the 
Fellows  after  11  Dec.  1639. 

He  was  probably  son  of  a  father  of  this  name  who  was  one  of 
the  Justices  of  Exeter  in  1620.  Ignatius  Jourdaine  was  ad- 
mitted Hector  of  Clist  Formison,  alias  Clist  St.  Michael,  alias 
Sowton,  Devon,  26  Sept.  1662,  and  was  buried  there  2  Sept. 
1680. 

John  Cooke.  $5.  1622.  fH.  31  Jan.  16-||  (Leicestr.  fil. 
Isaac!  Cooke  de  Husbands  Bosworth,  set.  14).  &.M. 
received  13  May,  1622,  restored  19  June,  1624.  Lived 
in  the  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains',  from  4  March, 
1621,  to  9  Dec.  1623,  and  in  the  Second  North-west 
Chamber,  and  in  the  Middle  Hall  Chamber. 

Son  and  heir  of  Isaac  Cooke  of  Brodfield,  aged  11  in  1619. 


Robert  Hackett.  (JT.iH.  received  as  (ft.  or  JfM.  22  July, 
1622,  restored  Dec.  1625.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  16  Nov. 
1620.  M.A.  19  June,  1623.  He  lived  in  the  Chamber 
under  Mr.  Basil  (the  Chaplain)  as  B.A.  on  23  Oct.  1622. 
He  died  of  the  plague,  and  was  buried  in  the  Church- 
yard, July,  1625. 

Lobert  Jessop.  C.ffl.  received  as  (ft.  or  J!F.<£.  8  May,  1622, 
restored  4  April,  1623.  iH.  Exeter,  (Dorcestr.  pleb.  fil. 
at.  20).  B.A.  (Exeter)  5  June,  1619.  M.A.  4  July, 
1622. 

Ficholas  Egleton.  C.fH.  received  as  Jf.<&.  3  March,  1622, 
restored  20  Sept.  1624.  Lived  in  the  Single  Chamber 
in  Buller's  Inn  from  May,  1623,  to  Sept.  1624. 

Lichard  Bayly.  CJK.  received  as  IS.  8  May,  1622,  restored 
4  April,  1623. 


>bert  Harte.  £H.  3  May,  1622  (Devon,  pleb.  fil.  aet.  16). 
B.A.  1  Feb.  16ff  Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in 
Buller's  Inn  Oct.  1623. 

Tristram   Knapton.      iH.    21    June,    1622   (Dorcestr.   fil. 
Rainoldi  Knapton  de  Mclburne,  pleb.  a3t.  18). 


66  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1622-23. 

John  Evens.  jj«.  11  Oct.  1622  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Petri  Evens 
de  Frampton,  pleb.  set.  18).  Lived  in  the  Double 
Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  (Evans),  from  July,  1622,  to 
July,  1625. 

Philip  Hunton.  fH.  31  Jan.  16f  f  (Hampton,  fil.  Philippi 
Hunton  de  Andever,  pleb.  get.  19).  B.A.  21  Oct.  1626. 
M.A.  24  Nov.  1629  (Wood's  note  is  "  admissus  hoc  anno 
sed  stetit  in  comitiis,  1630). 

He  became  a  schoolmaster  at  Aburie  (Wilts),  and  minister  at 
Devizes,  Hatchbury,  and  Westbury.  In  1654  he  was  appointed 
Commissioner  for  the  ejection  of  scandalous  ministers.  In 
1657  he  was  made  Provost  of  the  New  College  at  Durham  ; 
but  this  Academy  was  soon  dissolved.  In  1662  he  was  ejected 
from  Westbury.  He  died  in  July,  1682.  He  was  the  author 
of  a  treatise  on  Monarchy,  in  which  he  maintained  that  the 
Sovereignty  of  England  is  in  three  estates,  King,  Lords,  and 
Commons,  which  book  was  publicly  burnt  in  the  Schools 
Quadrangle,  21  July,  1683.  (Wood,  Ath.  Ox.  IV.  49). 


1623. 

John  Davis.  Elected  &  30  June,  1623,  vice  William 
Turney  who  resigned,  m.  3  Nov.  1626  (Essex,  fil. 
Mathsei  D.  de  Writtle,  Doctoris,  set.  17).  Described  as 
"  amotus  "  when  his  &.  is  filled  up  3  July,  1627.  Lived 
in  the  North  Crest. 


Doctor  Richard  Zouch.  JfM.  1623.  (C.fH.  received 
12  April,  when  he  is  described  as  Regius  Professor  in 
Jure  Civili,  and  restored  18  Dec.  1625 ;  in  which  year 
he  was  appointed  Principal  of  Alban  Hall.  iH.  at  New 
College  10  July,  1607  (Wilcer.  gen.  fil.  set.  18).  He  was 
elected  &  of  New  College  July  6,  1607,  and  dF.  1609, 
aged  19.  B.C.L.  30  June,  1614.  D.C.L.  8  April,  1619. 
His  JF«  was  filled  up  9  April,  1622.  Regius  Professor 
of  Civil  Law  22  Sept.  1620,  Dr.  Zouch's  "tankerde," 


1623.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  67 

weighing  20^  oz.  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  by  the 

College  in  1642. 

He  was  for  thirty  years  Assessor  of  the  Vice  Chancellor's 
Court.  Though  a  layman  he  held  the  Prebend  of  Shipton, 
Salisbury,  from  28  Feb.  1632,  till  his  death  in  1661.  He  was 
twice  elected  Burgess  in  Parliament  for  Hythe  (Kent).  Chan- 
cellor of  the  Diocese  of  York.  Judge  of  the  High  Court  of 
Admiralty  1  Oct.  1641.  He  assisted  in  drawing  up  the  Keasons 
for  refusing  to  submit  to  the  Parliamentary  Visitation  in  1647 
but  subsequently  submitted  himself ;  yet  he  was  one  of  the 
Commissioners  for  regulating  the  University  after  the  Re- 
storation. He  was  a  candidate  for  the  post  of  Gustos  Archi- 
vorum  in  1657,  but  was  defeated  by  Dr.  Wallis.  He  died 
1  March,  16f§,  at  his  lodgings  in  Doctors'  Commons.  He  was 
author  of  many  legal  works  (see  Wood's  Ath.}  ;  his  name  is 
Latinized  Zouchseus. 

"  He  was  an  exact  artist,  a  subtle  logician,  expert  historian  ; 
and  for  knowledge  in  and  practice  of  the  Civil  Law  the  chief 
person  of  his  time."  (Wood,  Ath.  III.  510). 

Arthur  Freakev  Jf.<£.  1623  (Dorcestr.).  ffl.  4  April,  1623 
(fil.  lus  Gulielmi  Freke  de  Serne  sic,  i.e.  Cerne,  arm.  set. 
17).  CJ0L  received  3  April,  1623,  restored  14  Oct.  1624. 
Lived  in  the  Middle  Hall  Chamber  from  April  to  Dec. 
1623. 

Hugh  Windham.  $.<&.  1623  (Somerset.).  C.fH.  received 
10  July,  1622,  restored  8  Dec.  1624.  Windham's  Flagon, 
36  oz.,  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in  1642.  On 
2  Jan.  164f ,  it  was  ordered  by  Royal  Warrant  that  he 
should  be  created  M.A. 

Eighth  son  of  Sir  John  Windham  of  Orchard  ;  became  Baron 
of  the  Exchequer,  and  was  afterwards  knighted,  and  is 
described  as  of  Silton,  Dorset.  One  of  the  Justices  of  the  Court 
of  Common  Pleas  in  the  reign  of  Charles  II. :  he  possessed  the 
Manor  of  Stoke-Trister,  &c.,  Somerset,  and  died  27  July,  1684, 
aged  82.  Grandfather  of  Gerard  Napier,  1677. 

Sir  John  Portman.  Jf.Gl.  1623  (Baronettus,  Somerset.). 
JH.  27  June,  1623  (fil.  Johannis  Portman  de  Orchart.  Baro- 
netti,  set.  18).  (£Jft.  received  22  July,  1623,  restored 
2  March,  1624.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber;  died 
in  College,  10  Dec.  1624,  having  succeeded  his  brother 

F  2 


68  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1623. 

Sir  Henry  in  the  Baronetcy  in  the  previous  February. 
He  was  buried  "  in  the  Inner  Chapel  neere  his  monu- 
ment 23  Dec.  1624,"  but  his  monument  has  since  been 
removed  to  the  North  Wall  of  the  Antechapel.  His 
"  tankerde,"  weighing  30|-  oz.,  was  among  the  plate 
sacrificed  in  1642. 

His  monument  consists  of  the  effigy  of  a  young  man  reclining 
on  his  elbow  with  a  talbot  at  his  feet,  and  this  inscription  : 

MORS   MIHI   SOMNUS. 

Dormit  subter  Joannes  Portmannus  Baronettus 
Ex  illustri  Portmannorum  familia  in  agro  Somerset :  ortus. 
Joannis  Portmanni  militis  et  Baronetti  films  atque 
Hoeres  secundus.     Effigiem  infra  spectas  et  audaciam 
Artificis  ;  erat  enim  juvenis  insigni  oris  atque  animi 
Candore,  exemplari  modestia,  niagna  pietate,  morumque 
Et  ingenii  suavitate  plane  admirabili  ;  corpore  autem  tenui 
Et  valetudinario,  quod  quum  annos  undeviginti  et  menses 
Aliquot  segre  sustinuisset  nobilis  anima,  tandem  placide 
Keliquit ;  et  decimo  die  Decem,  an.  salutis  humanae  MDCXXIV 
In  cselum  evolavit.     Talis  lector  sit  mors  tua,  quse  carnem 
Quieti,  cselo  animum  tradat.     Interim  sacri  tibi  sint  hi  cineres 
E  sonmo  suo  gloriosius  aliquando  surrecturi. 

John  Awbray.  JfM.  1623  (Cambro-Britannus).  |H. 
3  Nov.  1626  (Aubrey.  Glamorgan,  fil.  lus  Thomas 
Awbray  de  Llantrithid,  Militis,  set.  20).  C.fK.  received 
28  April,  1623,  restored  11  June,  16.26 ;  but  replaced  as 
a  OL  on  6  April,  1627,  restored  again  17  Feb.  1628. 

He  was  grandson  of  William  Aubrey  (of  All  Souls),  Principal 
of  New  Inn  Hall,  1550,  and  Kegius  Professor  of  Civil  Law, 
1553.  He  was  created  a  baronet  23  July,  1660:  but  see  John 
Awbray  under  1627. 

Thomas  Baker.  $M.  1623.  f&.  10  Oct.  1623  (Kant.  fil. 
Thoma3  Baker  de  Willingham,  Southfolkise,  Militis,  set. 
17.  C.f».  received  29  Aug.  1623,  restored  4  June, 
1626. 

Sir  Alban  Stepney.  Jf.<&.  1623  (Baronet.  Cambro- 
Britannus).  fH.  3  Nov.  1626  (Pembroch.  fil.  lus  Johannis 


1623.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  69 

Stepney    de    Prendergass,    Baronet ti,   set.    18).      €.£H. 

received  18  March,  1623,  restored  4  March,  1625. 

He  died  before  his  father,  who  dying  in  Aug.  1634,  was 
succeeded  by  a  son  named  John,  see  1628.  The  dignity  became 
extinct  in  1825. 


William  Gale.  (ft.  1623  (Oxon.).  fH.  4  April,  1623 
(Londin.  fil.  lus  Gulielmi  Gale  generosi,  set.  15).  £.fft. 
received  23  April,  1623,  restored  19  June,  1624. 

Robert  Bee.     <£.  1623. 

Francis  Palmes.  4L  1623.  f».  11  July,  1623  (Ebor.  fil. 
4tus.  Gydonis  Palmes  de  Emley,  mil.  set.  16).  (£.£K.  re- 
ceived 20  May,  1623,  restored  30  Jan.  1625.  Lived  in 
the  Middle  Hall  Chamber  from  Dec.  1623  to  Mar.  1626. 

See  Visitation  1612  ;  died  unmarried.  (Wood's  Yorkshire  Fed.). 
Brother  of  Brian  Palmes,  1615. 

George  Lutterell.  <£.  1623.  <&.ffl.  received  14  July,  1623, 
restored  7  Dec.  1624.  Lived  in  the  South  Bay  Window 
and  in  the  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'  from  July  to 
Dec.  1624. 

Thomas  Hodges.  OL  1623.  C.JH.  received  15  July,  1623> 
restored  14  July,  1625. 


Thomas  Cheeke.  $1  1623  (Somerset),  m.  20  Feb.  1623 
(Somerset,  fil.  Henrici  Cheeke  de  Petherton,  pleb.  set. 
17).  C.fft.  received  20  March,  1622,  restored  19  Feb. 
1625,  but  replaced  the  same  day,  again  restored  1  Oct. 
1633.  B.A.  14  Feb.  16f f.  M.A.  27  June  1628.  Lived  in 
the  Bottom  (2  July,  1623)  and  Middle  Tower  Chambers. 

Priddy  Smith.  ft.  1623  (Dorcestr.).  ffl.  3  Nov.  1626 
(Prideius  Smyth, Dorcestr.  fil.  Roberti  Smyth  de  Symonds- 
borne,  sacerd.  set.  18).  £.£fl.  received  8  Nov.  1623,  re- 
stored 12  Feb.  1626,  but  replaced  the  same  day  as  <#. 
and  restored  again,  July,  1627.  B.A.  1  Feb.  ](>Hi5. 
Lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains', 
7  Jan.  1623. 


70  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1623. 

Thomas  Kenward.  13.  1623.  m.  13  Feb.  162f  (Sussex. 
fil.  Nicolai  Kenward  de  Eastborne,  pleb.  set.  16).  &.JH. 
received  13  Feb.  1623,  restored  16  May,  1626. 

Henry  Goddard.  15.  1623.  CJft.  received  22  July,  1623, 
restored  26  March,  1624. 

John  Farewell.  13.  1623  (Somerset.).  erjH.  received 
17  July,  1623,  restored  2  April,  1625.  Lived  in  the 
First  North  Chamber. 

Probably  the  Rev.  John  Farewell,  Hector  of  Laverton,  Somerset 
(14  July,  1635)  who  was  sequestered  from  his  living  in  the  Civil 
War,  but  afterwards  restored.  (Collinson,  II.  212.)  Possibly 
also  Rector  of  Beckington,  Somerset  (4  Feb.  1627). 

Francis  Heath.  13.  1623  (Somerset.)  m.  18  July,  1623 
(fil.  Thomas  Heath  de  Wells,  pleb.  set.  15).  CJH.  re- 
ceived 15  July,  1623,  restored  19  March,  1624.  Lived 
in  the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'  from  July, 
1623,  to  Jan.  1624. 

William  Sterell.  13.  1623.  ffl.  3  Nov.  1626  (Londin.  fil. 
lus  Henry  Sterell  de  Botolph,  Aldgate,  arm.  set.  19). 
KM.  received  16  Aug.  1623,  restored  18  Nov.  1626. 
Lived  in  the  Second  North-west  Chamber. 

James  Hart-noil.  13.  1623  (Devon.),  ffl.  5  March,  16|f 
(fil.  Georgii  Hartnoll  de  Tiverton,  pleb.  set.  19).  B.A. 

2  July,   1627.      M.A.   15  April,   1630.      &.JH.  restored 

3  July,  1627,  replaced  as  (£.  same  day,  restored  again 
25  April,   1631.     Lived  (as  B.A.)  in  the  Bottom  Tower 
Chamber. 

Edward  Toogood.  13.  1623  (Devon.),  fft.  5  March,  16|f 
(fil.  Edwardi  Toogood  de  Ilforcombe,  pleb.  set.  17).  B.A. 

2  July,   1627.      M.A.  15  April,   1630.      VM.  restored 

3  July,   1627,  replaced  as  <£.  same  day,  and  restored 
again  14  May,  1633.   Lived  in  the  First  North  Chamber, 
and  (as  M.A.)  in  the  Upper  Chapel  Chamber. 

Robert  Maton.  13.  1623.  Jfl.  3  Nov.  1626  (Wilton,  fil. 
Gulielmi  Maton  de  Tudworth,  pleb.  ret.  19).  B.A. 


1623-24.] 


WARDEN     SMITH. 


71 


25  Oct.  1627.  M.A.  10  June,  1630.  C.ffl.  restored 
3  Dec.  1627,  replaced  the  same  day  as  <£.  restored 
7  Dec.  —  Lived  in  the  Second  North-west  Chamber  in 
1624. 

In  the  Visitation  he  is  described  as  second  son,  aged  16  in  1623. 

He  was  the  author  of  Israel's  Redemption,  1642,  and  other 

works  on  the  restoration  of  the  Jews. 

"  He  was  always  in  his  heart  a  Millenary,  which  he  never 

discovered  in  public  till  the  rebellion  broke  out."      (Wood, 

Ath.  III.  409.) 


Roger  Jones.  £H.  4  July,  1623  (Wigorn.  fil.  Johannis  Jones 
de  Piddle,  sacerd.  set.  18). 

Christopher  Lawrey.  £ft.  4  July,  1623  (Devon,  fil. 
Edmundi  Lawrey  de  Buckland,  sacerd.  set.  17).  B.A. 

9  Nov.  1627  (as  Lawre).    Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber 
in  Buller's  Inn. 

Ralph  Serle.  fH.  5  Dec.  1623  (Devon,  fil.  Radulphi  Serle 
de  Honington,  pleb.  ast.  18).  Possibly  his  (£.fff.  was 
received  as  Robert  Serle,  26  Oct.  1624,  restored  2  March, 
16ft, 

John  Hodson.  fft.  5  Dec.  1623  (Hampton,  fil.  Gulielmi 
Hodson  de  Alrestford,  pleb.  set.  12). 

James  Collins.  fH.  20  Feb.  16ff  (Somerset,  fil.  Hugonis 
Collins  de  Compton  Pansford,  i.e.  Pauncefoot,  pleb. 
set.  20). 

Richard  Wright.  £H.  12  March,  16ff  (Bercher.  fil. 
Francisci  Wright  de  Wargrove,  pleb.  set.  19).  B.A. 

10  July,  1628. 


1624. 

Richard  Napier.  JfM.  1624.  fH.  9  April,  1624  (Londin. 
fil.  Roberti  Napier  de  Luton  Hoe,  Bedford.  Baronetti,  set. 
16).  OL£H.  received  6  May,  1624,  restored  16  Feb.  16f|-. 
B.A.  4  Dec.  1626.  He  was  created  M.A.  31  Dec.  162~7 ; 
in  the  Chancellor's  letter  written  on  his  behalf  (18  Dec. 
1627)  these  words  occur,  "he  is  a  kinsman  of  the 


72  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1624. 

Duchess  of  Richmond ;  he  is  a  person  well  deserving  in 
all  that  is  necessary  in  a  gentleman  and  a  scholar." 
Fellow  of  All  Souls  1628.  B.C.L.  (All  Souls)  16  July, 
1630.  Sir  Richard  Napier  (Wadham)  was  created 
M.D.  1  Nov.  1642,  being  late  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 

He  was  one  of  the  first  members  of  the  Royal  Society.  He 
died  at  Bessils  Lee,  near  Abingdon,  17  Jan.  1675,  and  was 
buried  at  Linford,  Bucks.  (Wood,  Ath.  I.  427,  II.  47.) 

William  Gainsford.  Jf&.  1624.  fH.  22  Oct.  1624 
(Suthriensis.  fil.  lus  Thomse  Gainsford  de  Lingfield,  mil. 
set.  16).  (Lift,  restored  14  April,  1625. 

Apparently  eldest  son  and  heir  of  Sir  T.  Gainsford  of  Ling- 
field,  Lord  of  Blockfield,  died  1648.  (M.  and  B.  Surrey,  III. 
174.) 


Oliver  Smyth,  (ft.  1624.  (Oxon.).  fH.  25  June,  1624 
(fil.  Oliveri  Smyth  de  civ.  Oxon.  gen.  a3t.  17).  C.fK.  re- 
ceived 29  Jan.  16ff,  restored  15  Nov.  1627. 

John  Smyth.  OL  1624  (Oxon.).  fa.  6  Feb.  16ff  (fil. 
Oliveri  Smyth  de  Oxon.  gen.  a3t.  15).  C.fH.  received 
29  Jan.  16ff.  B.A.  5  Dec.  1629.  One  of  this  name 
lived  in  the  South  Bay  Window. 

Marcus  Lawe.  OL  1624.  m.  3  Nov.  1626  (Devon,  fil.  lus 
Jacobi  Lawe  de  Asburton,  gen.  sei.  19).  C.fH.  received 
1  March  16f|.  B.A.  25  Oct.  1627.  M.A.  10  June, 
1630.  Elected  Moderator  Nova3  Classis  6  Dec.  1628. 
Lived  in  Founder's  Chamber  1624.  Mr.  Lawe  also 
lived  in  the  Upper  Tower  Chamber. 

Robert  Clarke.  <£.  1624.  ffl.  3  Nov.  1626  (Somerset,  fil. 
lus  Jacobi  Clarke  de  Norton,  gen.  get.  19).  CJft.  re- 
ceived 6  May,  1624,  restored  12  Dec.  1626.  B.A  1629 
(at  least  one  Clarke  "e  Coll.  Wadh.  determinavit  hoc 
anno  ").  Robert  Clarke  of  Magdalen  Hall  determined 
23  Jan. 


Nicholas   Gildredge.       <£.    1624.       ffl.    11    June,    1624 
(Sussex,  fil.  Nicolai  Gildredge  de  Eastborne,  pleb.  set. 


1624.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  73 

17).       C.Jft.  received  -28  May,  1624,  restored   6  Sept. 

1626.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Hall  Chamber  Oct.  1625. 
Apparently  only  son  of  Nicholas  Gi!  dredge  of  Bourne  (?  born 
1605),  but  in  Berry's  Sussex  Genealogies,  the  father  is  said  to 
have  died  in  1605.  Nicholas  Gildredge  of- Eastbourne  joins  in 
a  petition  for  the  abolition  of  the  custom  of  "  sops  and  ale," 
(see  Horsfield,  I.  297)  in  1640. 

Thomas  Jordan.  <&.  1624.  M.  11  June,  1624  (Sussex. 
fil.  Gulielmi  Jordan  de  Battle,  pleb.  set.  17).  <£.fH.  re- 
ceived 28  May,  1624,  restored  27  Jan.  1625.  Lived  in 
the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'  26  Jan. 
1624. 

Thomas  Blanchflower.  (ft.  1624.  C.fE.  received  20  May, 
1624,  restored  18  Dec.  1624.  fflj.  (St.  Mary  Hall) 
28  April,  1626  (Somerset,  fil.  Thomse  Blanchflower  de 
Kingston,  pleb.  set.  18).  B.A.  (Oriel)  22  Jan.  16|^. 
M.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall)  1  or  14  June,  1630. 

Probably  Vicar  of  Staplegrove,  Somerset,  1  April,  1 642,  "  ab  iis 
qui  Cromwellianse  partis  erant  foras  expulsus."  (Walker,  207.) 

William  Ferrers.  OL  1624.  C.iH.  received  13  June,  1624, 
restored  22  Oct.  1628. 

Henry  Wells.  (ft.  1624.  CJR.  received  4  July,  1624 
restored  6  July,  1626. 

Thomas  White.     4L  1624.     fft.  3  Nov.  1626  (Dorcestr.  fil. 

lus  Martini  White  de  Athelampston,  arm.  set.  15).  C.iH. 

received  19  March,  1624,  restored  12  Oct.  1626. 

He  was  probably  the  grandson  of  Frances  Martin  (who  married 
Thomas  White  of  Fittleford),  who  was  daughter  of  Margaret 
Wadham,  the  sister  of  the  Founder. 

William  James.  4L  1624.  ffl.  22  Oct.  1624  (Somerset, 
fil.  2us  Francisci  James  de  Wells,  Doct.  in  Jure  Civ. 
set.  16).  &.ffl.  received  16  July,  1624,  restored  24  Jan. 
1626. 

Norton  Romney.  OL  1624  (Cant).  fH.  22  Oct.  1624 
(Kant.  fil.  lus  Johannis  Romney  de  Milton,  arm.  set.  16). 
C.fH.  received  27  Sept.  1624,  restored  18  Sept.  1627. 
Lived  in  Founder's  Chamber  3  Oct.  l()'2o. 


74  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1624. 

David  Molle.  33.  1624  (Devon.),  m.  3  Nov.  1626  (fil. 
Johannis  Molle  de  Chudley,  sacerd.  set.  21).  (£JH.  re- 
ceived, 9  April,  1624.  restored  1  March,  1626.  B.A. 
21  Feb.  16ff-  (?  More).  Lived  in  Founder's  Chamber 
from  Oct.  1625  to  March,  1627. 

John  Mathew.  13.  1624  (Berks.).  M.  25  June,  1624 
(Bercher.  fil.  Richardi  Mathew  de  Yattenton,  pleb.  set. 
18).  &.M.  received  24  July,  1624,  restored  8  July,  1628, 
replaced  same  day  as  (2£. :  restored  again  27  Nov.  1631. 
B.A.  28  June,  1628.  M.A.  7  July,  1631.  Lived  in  the 
First  North  Chamber,  and  in  the  Middle  Hall  Chamber 
in  May  1628. 

William  Arney.  IS.  1624.  fa.  3  Nov.  1626  (Dorcestr.  fil. 
Alexandri  Arney  de  Barnsley,  pleb.  set.  17).  C.fH.  re- 
stored 11  July,  1625.  Lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber 
under  the  Chaplains'. 


William  Kytson.  (KM.  received  as  13.  25  June,  1624,  re- 
stored 2  July,  1628.  m.  30  June,  1626  (Buck.  fil. 
Roberti  Kytson  de  Fawley,  sacerd.  set.  17).  Elected  &. 
3  July,  1628  (vice  Joh.  Pitts  Socii  nuper  resignantis), 
when  he  is  said  to  be  from  Hambledon,  Berks,  aged  18. 
Warden  Smith  writes  to  the  Visitor,  Laud,  22  Feb.  16fJ-, 
that  "the  Bishop's  desire  for  the  election  of  young 
Kitson  will  be  attended  to  ").  B.A.  5  Dec.  1629.  M.A. 
5  July,  1632  (the  entry  is  Kitson  Williams).  He 
resigned  his  ,§»  30  June,  1631. 

Probably  son  of  William  Kytson,  rector  of  Fawley,  1613. 


John  Hayward.  JH.  23  April,  1624  (Gloucestr.  fil.  Johannis 
Hay  ward  de  Barnewood,  pleb.  set.  16).  B.A.  22  Feb. 
16|-J-.  His  name  occurs  in  the  Chamber  Book,  but  what 
rooms  he  occupied  is  not  clear. 

Thomas  Evans.  jm.  13  Feb.  1624  (Wigorn.  fil.  Evani 
Davies,  sic,  de  Hill  Crombe,  sacerd.  set.  17). 

One  Thomas  Evans  was  rector  of  Welland,  Wore,  from  29  Oct. 
1636,  till  1671,  when  he  died  aged  65. 


1624-25.] 


WARDEN     SMITH. 


75 


Thomas  Mason.  fH.  22  Oct.  1624  (Wigorn.  fil.  Richard! 
Mason  de  Cromdebitat,  i.e.,  Groom  d'Abitot,  pleb.  33  1.  17). 
B.A.  9  Nov.  1627. 


James  Crumpe.       |H.  19  Nov.  1624  (Gloucestr.  fil. 

Crumpe  de  Civ.  Gloc.  pleb.  set.  16).     B.A.  25  Oct.  1627. 
M.A.  26  June,  1630. 

Thomas  Gunnes.  JH.  19  Nov.  1624  (Gloucestr.  fil.  Thorns 
Gunnes  de  Stratford  super  Havon,  pleb.  set.  17).  His 
name  occurs  in  the  Chamber  Book,  but  what  rooms  he 
occupied  is  not  clear. 

Thomas  Shrimpton.  fH.  10  Dec.  1624  (Gloucestr.  fil. 
Thomse  Shrimpton  de  Radbrooke,  pleb.  set.  16).  He 
lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  from  Julv, 
1625. 


Combe.     One  of  this  name  of  Wadham  College  is  included 
by  Wood  among  the  B.A.'s  of  1624. 


1625. 

The  number  of  admissions  for  this  year  is  very  small ; 
but  it  must  be  observed  that  on  20  July  a  general  leave 
of  absence  was  granted  "  ob  pestem  (ut  tune  credebatur) 
in  ipso  Collegio  grassantem : "  this  was  prolonged  on 
12  Oct.  till  1  Dec.  "ob  pestem  tune  in  ipso  oppido  fero- 
cientem:"  after  6  Dec.  it  was  prolonged  to  14  Jan.  and 
then  again  continued  "  ad  festum  ovorum." 

Anthony  Saintleger.  Jf.<&.  1625  (Cant).  £H.  St.  John's 
16  Nov.  1621  (Kant.  mil.  fil.  lus  set.  18).  He  de- 
termined B.A.  16ff.  C.iffiL  received  1  June,  1625, 
restored  4  June,  1627.  Lived  in  the  Upper  Tower 
Chamber.  His  tankard,  17^  oz.,  was  among  the  plate 
sacrificed  in  1642  ;  also  two  silver  salts  given  by  Mr.  St 
Leger  weighing  over  6|-  oz. 

Apparently  the  eldest  son  of  Sir  Anthony  St.  Leger,  Master  of 
the  Bolls  in  Ireland,  and  Privy  Councillor,  by  his  second  wife 


76  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1625. 

Mary,  daughter  of  Thomas  Southwell  of  Wyndham  Hall, 
Norfolk ;  of  Wierton  House,  Boughton  Monchensea,  Kent. 
(Hasted,  II.  398). 

Antony  Saintleger  of  Kent  knighted  at  Beverley  28  July, 
1642. 

Richard  Baker.  JfM.  1625.  m.  29  Oct.  1624  (Londin. 
fil.  2dus  Thornse  Baker  de  Laitonstoue,  Essex,  mil.  set. 
15).  ODJK.  received  11  Oct.  1624,  restored  30  Sept. 
1626. 

Roger  Lorte.  JfM.  1625  (Cambro-Britannus).  fflL  3  Nov. 
1626  (Robtus  Lorte,  Pembroch.  fil.  lus  Henrici  Lorte  de 
Stackpole,  i.e.  Stakpoole,  arm.  aet.  18).  (E.fft.  received 
10  Feb.  1624,  restored  1  Oct.  1627.  B.A.  11  June,  1627, 
but  did  not  determine  (the  Poet,  Wood  Fasti).  He  and 
his  brother  succeeded  Sir  John  Portman  in  the  Middle 
Chapel  Chamber. 

Wood  thinks  that  he  went  to  the  Inns  of  Court,  and  after- 
wards to  his  patrimony.  Roger  Lorte  of  Stackpoole  Court  was 
created  Bart.  15  July,  1662.  In  about  1647  he  printed  some 
Poems.  (Wood,  Ath.  III.  233.) 

He  and  the  next  were  first  and  second  sons  of  Hari  Lorte  of 
St.  Petrogs,  according  to  Dwnn's  Visitations.  He  married  first, 
Hester,  sister  of  Arthur,  Earl  of  Anglesey,  and  second,  Ann, 
daughter  of  Humphrey  Wyndham  of  Dunraven  co.  Glamorgan, 
and  died  about  1664.  The  baronetcy  became  extinct  in  his 
grandson  Sir  Gilbert,  who  died  19  Sept.  1698. 

Sampson  Lorte.  JfM.  1625  (Cambro-Britannus).  ffl. 
with  his  brother,  being  second  son,  aged  17.  C.fH.  re- 
ceived 10  Feb.  1624,  restored  1  July,  1626.  Lived  m 
the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber  1625. 

Nicholas  Love.  $.<&.  1625.  fH.  3  Nov.  1626  (South- 
ampton, fil.  lus  Nicolai  Love  de  Winton,  doctoris, 
set,  16). 

Eldest  son  of  the  "  Master  of  Wickham  College,  near  Win- 
chester" (Visitation  1634).  Was  one  of  the  six  clerks  in 
Chancery  ;  took  the  Puritan  side.  M.P.  for  Winchester  1659. 
He  was  one  of  the  judges  of  Charles  I.  and  being  proscribed 


1625.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  77 

at  the  ^Restoration  escaped  abroad  to  Vevay,  where  he  died  and 
was  buried.     (Noble  however  says  to  Lausanne.) 


George  Savage.     <£.  1625  (Wigorn.).     fH.  10  Dec.   1624 

(Wigorn.  fil.  2dus  Johannis  Savage  de  Egiock,  arm.  set. 
15).  &,JH.  received  7  Oct.  1624,  restored  26  June,  1627. 
Lived  in  the  under  Chamber  in  the  South  Crest. 

Egiock  is  in  Warwickshire. 

John  Hawkins.  (ft.  1624.  fH.  10  Dec.  1624  (Devon,  fil. 
lus  Richard!  Hawkins  de  Slapton,  arm.  a3t.  19).  C.ift. 
restored  26  Dec.  1626. 

Probably  grandson  of  Sir  John  Hawkins,  and  great-grandson 
of  Captain  William  Hawkins. 

Edward  Yong.  (ft.  1624.  &JH.  received  30  Oct.  1624, 
restored  27  July,  1625. 


John    Savage.      OL   1625    (Wigorn.).      |H.  21  Jan. 

(Gloucestr.  fil.  2dus  Johannis  Savage  de  Meene,  arm.  get. 
15).    <E;.£H.  received  12  Jan.  1624,  restored  9  July,  1625. 

Matthew  Melledge.  (ft.  1625.  fft.  3  Nov.  1626  (Mathias 
Melledge,  Dorcestr.  fil.  Johannis  Melledge  de  Dorchester, 
gen.  ast.  17).  (£.£H.  received  21  March,  1624,  restored 
5  June,  1627  (paid  by  Mr.  Warden  Smith).  He  lived 
in  the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains',  14  Feb. 
1625. 


John  Couch.  3$.  1625  (Somerset.).  »  3  Nov.  1626  (fil. 
Johannis  Couch  de  Ilton,  pleb.  set.  16).  Elected  S- 
1  July,  1625  (apparently  vice  Collins  "amotus"). 
B.A.  13  Feb,  16f*,  M.A.  3  Dec.  1631.  Resigned  his 
£.  18  June,  1634."  Lived  in  the  North  Crest. 

In  the  Founder's  Will  (Codicil)  is  a  legacy  to  "  John  Couche 

my  cook,"  and  also  in  the  Foundress'  Will. 

Giles  Hutchins.     $5.  1625.     fH.  3  Nov.  1626  (Wilton,  fil. 
Gulielmi  Hutchins  de  Salisburye,  gen.  aet.  17). 
received  4  April,  1625,  restored  12  Feb.  1628. 


78  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1625-26. 

Thomas  Butler.  13.  1625.  C.fH.  received  11  July,  1625, 
restored  12  Sept.  1627.  Lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber 
underneath  the  Chaplains'  (John  B.)  14  Feb.  1625. 

John  Smyth.  13,  1625.  fa.  3  Nov.  1626  (Essex,  fil. 
Koberti  Smyth,  de  Burntwood,  i.e.  Brentwood,  pleb.  aet. 
18).  &M.  received  24  April,  1625,  restored  30  July, 
1627.  Elected  g>.  3  July,  1627  (James  Smyth  in 
Register)  "  in  locum  J.  Davis  amoti "  when  he  is  said  to 
be  "  circa  17."  B.A.  5  Dec.  1629.  In  the  year  1630  he 
is  twice  "  privatus  convictu  quia  extra  prsecinctum  sine 
venia  pernoctasset,"  and  on  30  June,  1631,  he  was 
"amotus  propter  absentiam  a  Collegio  sine  venia  et 
aliorum  statutorum  multiplicem  violationem." 

John  Gilbert.  13,  1625.  fa.  30  June,  1626  (Southsex.  fil. 
Johannis  Gilbert  de  Willington,  pleb.  set.  17).  (£JH. 
received  2  July,  1625,  restored  16  July,  1627. 

In  Berry's  Sussex  Genealogies  John  Gilbert  has  only  one  son 
Nicholas,  born  1603. 


William  Wykes.  fa.  6  May,  1625  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Laurentii 
Wykes  de  Murtock  in  Com.  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18). 

1626. 

Alexander  Napier.  JfM.  1626.  £.fK.  received  15  Jan. 
1625,  restored  12  Feb.  1626. 

Thomas  Acton.  Jf.<&.  1626  (Wigorn.).  fa.  30  June,  1626 
(fil.  lus  Gulielmi  Acton  de  Wolverton,  set.  16).  e.JH. 
received  7  May,  1626,  restored  3  Sept.  1627. 

"  Thomas  Acton  of  Burton,  "Wore.,  was  among  those  besieged 
in  Worcester  of  the  King's  party  in  1646."  (Nash). 

John  Seabright.  JfM.  1626.  £H.  3  Nov.  1626  (Stafford, 
fil.  lus  Edwardi  Seabright  de  Prestwood,  arm.  set.  16). 
€M.  received  15  April,  1626,  restored  27  July,  1627. 

Apparently  son  of  Sir  Edward  Seabright  of  Besford,  Wore. 
(Wotton's  Baronetage}  created  baronet,  1626,  succeeded  his 
father  in  the  dignity. 


1626.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  79 

Wadham  Windham.  Jf.Gt.  1626  (Somerset.).  &.JH.  re- 
ceived 30  April,  1626,  restored  25  April,  1629. 

Sir  Wadham  "Wyndham,  ninth  son  of  Sir  John  Wyndham  of 
Orchard,  the  son  of  the  Founder's  sister  ;  judge  of  the  Court 
of  King's  Bench,  1660.  He  died  1668,  set.  59.  (Hore's  Wilts). 
Brother  of  Hugh  Windham,  1623. 

William  Portman.  JfM.  1626  (Baronett.  Somerset.). 
ffl.  30  June,  1626  (fil.  2dus  Johannis  Portman  de 
Orchard,  Baronetti,  set.  16).  <£.fft.  received  30  April, 
1626,  restored  6  May,  1628. 

He  was  really  the  fourth  (but  at  this  time  second  surviving) 
son  of  Sir  John  Portman,  who  was  created  a  bart.  25  Nov. 
1612  ;  but  died  4  Dec.  following.  His  three  elder  brothers  were, 
Henry,  who  succeeded  his  father  4  Dec.  1612,  and  died  s.p. 
Feb.  1624  (but  the  Visitation  says  1621)  ;  John,  who  died  at 
Wadham  (see  1623)  Dec.  1624  ;  and  Hugh,  who  died  unm. 
1632,  when  William  succeeded  to  the  title.  He  married  Anne, 
daughter  and  coheiress  of  John  Colles  of  Barton,  Somerset, 
and  died  in  London  1646.  This  differs  from  the  Appendix  of 
the  Visitation  1623,  which  makes  John  die  in  1607,  but  this  is 
improbable. 

Thomas  Western.    JfM.  1626  (Essex.),    fflj.  28  April  1626 

(Essex,  fil.  Richardi  Weston  de  Londiu,  equitis,  set.  17). 
<&M.  received  5  May,  1626,  restored  20  May,  1629. 
Lived  in  the  Chamber  under  Mr.  Basil  (the  Chaplain) 
26  March,  1626. 

Sir  Kichard  Weston  of  Skriens  in  Eoxwell,  was  created  Baron 
Weston  of  Neyland  13  April,  1628  ;  became  Lord  High  Trea- 
surer, and  was  created  Earl  of  Portland  17  Feb.  1633  ;  the 
title  passed  to  his  son  and  grandson  ;  and  when  the  latter  was 
killed  s.p.  in  a  naval  engagement  with  the  Dutch  in  1665,  he 
was  .succeeded  by  his  uncle  Thomas  Weston,  second  son  of  the 
first  earl  ;  he  died  about  1688,  s.p.  when  the  title  became 
extinct. 

Richard  Peacocke.  Jf.<&.  1626.  ffl.  9  June,  1626 
(Middlesex,  fil.  lus  Gulielmi  Peacocke  de  Finsley,  i.e. 
Finchley,  arm.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received  6  May,  1626, 
restored  18  Dec.  1627. 


80  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1626. 

Thomas  Peacocke.  JfM.  1626.  Brother  of  the  above, 
im.  9  June,  1626,  being  the  second  son,  aged  17.  &M. 
received  and  restored  with  his  brother's. 

John  Stewkeley.  JfM.  1626.  fH.  14  July,  1626  (fil.  3ius 
Thomse  Stewkeley  de  Hinton,  mil.  set.  14).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived 16  Dec.  1626,  restored  4  Aug.  1629. 

Brother  of  Hugh  Stewkeley,  1617,  and  Thomas  Stewkeley, 
1621. 

John  Hungerford.  dF.OL  1626.  fft.  3  Nov.  1626  (Oxon. 
fil.  3ius  Antonii  Hungerford  de  Black  Bourton,  mil.  set. 
16).  ODJK.  received  2  July,  1626,  restored  23  March. 
Lived  in  the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber. 

His  name  does  not  occur  in  the  Visitation  of  1634,  so  that  lie 
was  perhaps  dead  s.p.  before  that. 

Charles  Dymoke.  JfM.  1626  (Lincoln.  Pugil  Kegius  i.e. 
the  King's  Champion  at  the  Coronation).  C.fH.  received 
3  Aug.  1626,  restored  9  Dec.  1628.  Lived  in  the 
Middle  Chamber  in  the  North  Bay  Window.  Dymoke's 
tankard,  41^  oz.,  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 
Lady  Mary  Dymoke  gave  £20  to  the  Library  in  1625. 

His  father,  Sir  Edward  Dymoke  of  Scrivelsby,  died  in  1625  ; 
and  on  1  Feb.  16f  f  Charles  Dymoke  exhibited  the  descent  of 
the  Manor  of  Scrivelsby  "  which  is  the  Championship  "  for  the 
Coronation  of  Charles  I.  He  died  unmarried  in  the  King's 
Garrison  at  Oxford  in  1644. 

Thomas  Orpe.  $.<&.  1626  (Londin.).  OT.fft.  received 
5  Sept.  1626,  restored  24  Feb.  1628.  fft.  St.  Mary  Hall 
12  Oct.  1632  (Cestr.  fil.  Johannis  Orpe  de  Wilksley,  pleb. 
set.  21). 

Charles  D'Oiley.  OL  1626  (Oxon.).  fft.  (Doyley.  fil.  4tus 
de  Cop.  D'Oiley  de  Chislehampton,  arm.  ast.  15).  C.£H. 
received  23  Oct.  1626  :  and  replaced  11  Nov.  1641,  and 
again  restored  26  Dec.  1654  (but  it  occurs  also  among  the 
<£.£H.  restored  by  Grave  20  Dec.  1651).  B.A.  (eq.  aurati 
fil.)  5  Dec.  1629.  M.A.  5  July,  1632.  Lived  in  the 


1626.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  81 

Study  next  the  Gate  in  the  First  North  Chamber ;  and 
also  in  the  Chamber  under  Mr.  Basil  (the  Chaplain). 

Second  son  of  Si^  Cope  D'Oiley,  described  in  the  Visitation  of 
1634  as  "  a  student  in  Wadham  College,"  but  in  Bayley's  House 
of  Doyley  he  is  called  fourth  son  ;  entered  Gray's  Inn  Feb. 
1641  ;  but  soon  joined  the  Parliamentary  army,  served  under 
Cromwell  and  Fairfax,  was  Governor  of  Henley  1644,  and 
commanded  Fairfax'  Life  Guards  at  Naseby  1645.  He  was 
subsequently  Governor  of  Newport  Pagnell  and  Bristol. 
After  the  Restoration  he  settled  at  Southrop,  and  died  1694, 
aged  84.  Father  of  Cope  and  Robert  D'Oiley  16ff. 

John  Martin.  OL  1626.  m.  (Martyn,  Devon,  fil.  Georgii 
Martin  de  Exon.  gen.  aet.  16).  C.fH.  received  13  Feb. 
1625,  restored  30  Aug.  1628.  Lived  in  the  Bottom 
Tower  Chamber  14  Feb.  1625. 

Francis  Blewett.  <&.  1626  (Devon.).  fH.  30  June,  1626 
(fil.  2dus  Arthuri  Blewett  de  Holtenham  ?  Holcombe, 
set.  18).  £JH.  received  14  March,  1625,  restored  20 
May,  1628. 

Colonel  Francis  Blewet  of  Holcombe,  an  active  Royalist, 
was  killed  at  the  siege  of  Lyme  Regis,  April,  1644.  (Lysons1 
Devon,  p.  276.) 

Richard  Croft.  OL  1626.  m.  28  April,  1626  (Gloucestr. 
fil.  lus  Edvardi  Croft  de  Sutton,  gen.  set.  14.  •  <2LfH.  re- 
ceived 20  March,  1625,  restored  28  Oct.  1628. 

William  Neville.  OL  1626.  OD.JH.  received  24  June,  1626, 
restored  15  July,  1628. 

Robert  Savage.      OL  1626  (Wigorn.).     fft.   9  Nov.  1627 
(Gloucestr.  fil.  4tus  Johannis  Savage  de  Edgock,  arm.  set. 
16).     C.fH.  received  20  Oct.  1627,  restored  4  Nov.  1628. 
Egiock  is  really  in  Warwickshire. 

William  Putt.  OL  1626  (Devon.).  C.fH.  received  16  Oct. 
1626,  restored  2  April,  1628.  Lived  in  the  First  North 
Chamber,  and  had  the  Study  on  the  right  hand  from 
Nov.  1626,  to  March,  1627. 

G 


82  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1626. 

Robert  Smyth.  OL  1626  (Devon.).  £H.  15  June,  1627  (fil. 
Gulielmi  Smyth  de  Ede,  gen.  set.  18).  WH.  received 
24  Oct.  1626,  restored  12  Dec.  1629.  Lived  in  Founder's 
Chamber,  April,  1627. 

Nicolas  Putt.  OL  1626  (Devon.).  <2LfH.  received  23  Oct. 
1626,  restored  2  April,  1628.  Lived  in  the  Second 
North-west  Chamber  from  Nov.  1626,  to  March,  1627. 

One  Nicolas  Putt  was  patron  of  Combpyne  in  1631  by  virtue 
of  a  grant  from  the  Petre  family,  see  under  Edmund  Aishford, 
1626. 

John  Clarke.  4L  1626.  m.  2  Nov.  1627  (Bercher.  fil.  lus 
Edvardi  Clarke  de  Ardirigton,  mil.  set.  17).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived 7  Nov.  1626,  restored  19  June,  1629.  B.A. 
3  July,  1633  (Clerkie),  but  one  Clarke  of  Wadham 
determined  in  the  year  16f£.  Lived  in  Middle  Chapel 
Chamber  ;  and  as  B.A.  in  the  Upper  Tower  Chamber. 
His  (JLiffiL  was  replaced  either  4  or  13  July,  1629,  and 
restored  again  18  May,  1634;  again  replaced  28  May, 
1634,  and  restored  24  Feb.  1636.  John  Clarke,  Esquier, 
sometime  (ft.  of  the  College,  was  buried  in  the  Inner 
Chapel  15  Nov.  1645;  but  in  the  Visitation  of  1664  it 
is  stated  that  he  died  1644. 

Thomas  Clarke.  (&.  1626.  Brother  of  the  above  ;  £H.  at 
the  same  time  (fil.  2dus  set.  15).  dLilH.  received  7  Nov. 
1626,  restored  16  Jan.  1632.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Hall 
Chamber. 

In  the  Visitation  of  1664,  he  is  described  as  "Bachelor  of 
Phisick." 


George  Floyd  (Lloyd).     OL  1626.     <&M*  received  5  Dec. 
1626,  restored  16  July,  1628. 


Thomas  Langham.  33,  1626.  m.  28  April,  1626  (North- 
ampton, fil.  Eichardi  Langham  de  Thornbye,  sacerd.  set. 
15).  &M.  received  10  Feb.  1624.  B.A.  19  Feb.  16ff 
His  first  C.fH.  was  apparently  restored  by  Mr.  Osborne ; 
but  it  was  replaced  (?  as  Commoner)  17  March,  1625, 
and  restored  again  26  Feb.  1630.  Lived  in  the  Bottom 


1626.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  83 

Tower  Chamber  28  March,   1626,  and  as  B.A.  in  the 
Middle  Hall  Chamber. 

Evidently  of  the  family  of  Laughams  of  Cottesbrooke  (Wotton's 
Baronetage,  III.  23). 

Richard  Clapkot.  13.  1626  (Dorset).  fH.  30  June,  1626 
(fil.  Gulielmi  Clapkot  de  Frampton,  pleb.  aet.  16).  C.fH. 
received  16  May,  1626,  restored  16  Oct.  1627.  Lived  in 
the  Second  North-west  Chamber. 

Jonas  Bowen.  13.  1626  (Oxon.).  Cjtt.  received  12  Dec. 
1626,  restored  8  July,  1628. 

Robert  Wither.  13.  1626.  ODJtt.  received  3  Aug.  1626, 
restored  9  Dec.  1628. 

Richard  Nicholson.  13.  1626.  OLfH*  received  16  Sept. 
1626,  restored  6  Oct.  1628.  Lived  in  the  Bottom 
Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'. 

Robert  Webbe.  13.  1626  (Somerset.).  CJH.  received 
28  Oct.  1626,  taken  up  for  Battels  June  19,  1639. 
fBL.  St.  Edmund  Hall  13  Nov.  1629.  (Somerset,  fil. 
Gulielimi  Webbe  de  Ilminster,  pleb.  set.  20.) 


Richard  Goodridge.  fH.  30  June,  1626  (Devon,  fil. 
Richardi  Goodridge  de  Culham,  pleb.  set.  14).  Elected 
S.  vice  John  Warren,  $.  3  July,  1627  (of  Luf- 
fernham,  Devon,  aged  16),  in  accordance  with  the 
directions  of  the  Foundress,  dated  28  Feb.  1617,  wherein 
he  is  described  as  nephew  of  John  Goodridge,  original 
dF.  B.A.  30  Oct.  1631.  M.A.  20  June,  1634.  Elected 
^jj.  (when  Wood  describes  him  as  of  Uffculme,  Devon), 
30  June,  1635,  and  admitted  Jf.  1  July,  1636.  Leave 
of  absence  granted  14  Dec.  1643,  20  April,  1644, 
24  Nov.  1644,  30  June,  1645,  11  Nov.  1645,  30  Dec. 
1645,  30  March,  1646,  30  June,  1646,  6  Dec.  1646, 
30  Sept.  1647,  30  Nov.  1647  (till  Annunciation). 
Elected  Bursar  24  Jan.  16-£J>  but  on  80  March  his  leave 
of  absence  was  extended  to  30  June,  1648.  Elected 
Moderator  Novas  Classis  1634  ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy 

G  2 


84  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1626. 

1636,  1640, 1642, 1646  ;  Humanity  Lecturer,  1637, 1638  ; 
Dean,  1641 ;  Librarian  1643,  1644  ;  and  Bursar  (vice 
Symons)  on  24  Jan.  16J|-.  On  July  14,  1648,  he  was 
reported  to  the  Committee  of  Lords  and  Commons  as 
"  long  absent,"  and  deprived  of  his  Jf.  but  he  was  re- 
stored in  1660,  and  was  elected  Sub-Warden  in  1661, 
and  again  in  1663.  He  resigned  his  JF.  18  Jan.  16ff. 
He  lived  in  the  South  Bay  Window,  in  the  Second 
Middle  Chamber  from  the  Hall  1639,  and  after  his 
restoration  in  the  Second  Upper  South  Chamber  from 
the  Gate  13  Oct.  1660,  and  Third  Upper  Chamber  from 
the  Chapel  29  Sept.  1662,  which  he  vacated  9  Nov.  1666. 
He  contributed  a  copy  of  verses  to  the  introduction  of 
Cartwright's  Poems  1651.  (Wood,  A.O.  III.  70.)  John 
Goodridge,  original  Jf.  bequeathed  his  books  to  Richard 
Goodridge  in  1654. 

Eichard  Goodridge  was  Kector  of  Combhay,  Somerset,  31  Dec. 

1644. 

John  Lavers.  ffi.  30  June,  1626  (Devon,  fil.  Philippi 
Lavers  de  East  Allington,  sacerd.  set.  16). 

John  Please,  ffl.  30  June,  1626  (Devon,  fil.  Davidis  Please 
de  Calwoodly,  pleb.  aat.  21). 

Edmund  Aishford.  f&.  14  July,  1626  (Devon,  fil.  Johannis 
Aishford  de  Otrie,  i.e.  Ottery  St.  Mary,  pleb.  set.  17). 
B.A.  13  Feb.  16ff.  M.A.  12  Nov.  .1631. 

Edmund  Aishford  was  admitted  Rector  of  Combpyne, nominated 
by  Thomas  Aishford  of  Ottery  St.  Mary,  yeoman,  patron  pro  hac 
vice  by  assignment  of  Nicholas  Putt,  gent,  see  1626.  He  was  also 
Chaplain  Priest  of  St.  Mary  Ottery,  and  had  letters  Testimonial 
for  the  B.D.  degree  22  Nov.  1639  ;  graduated  10  Dec.  1639. 
He  died  apparently  in  1661. 

Thomas  Balch.  |H.  3  Nov.  1626  (Somerset,  fil.  Johannis 
Balch  de  North  Currie,  pleb.  aet.  20).  B.A.  27  June, 
1626.  M.A.  9  July,  1630. 

Probably  Vicar  of  Dulverton,  Somerset,  13  Jan.  1 642. 

William  Phayer.  fH.  3  Nov.  1626  (Devon,  fil.  Milonis 
Phayer  de  Sutcombe,  sacerd.  aet.  19).  Lived  in  the 
Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  (Phayre). 


1626-27.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  85 

William  Courte.     fft.  3  Nov.  1626  (Somerset,  fil.  Richard! 
Courte  de  Cadburie,  pleb.  set.  19).     B.A.  10  July,  1628. 


John  Edwards.     C.fH.  received   as  <£.   or  Jf.(£.   6   May. 
1626,  restored  18  Dec.  1627. 

Edward  Harwood.      (fT.fH.  received  as  il3.   6  Feb.   1626, 
restored  12  July,  1627. 


1627. 

Richard  Knightbridge.     Elected  5>.  3  July,  1627  (aged 
15,  of  Chelmsford,  Essex)  in  place  of   Daniel  Tredder. 
IB.  30  Oct.  1629  (fil.  Johannis  Knightbridge,  arm.  set.  17). 
B.A.  (Knitbrich)  5  July,  1632.      M.A.  27  June,  1635. 
Elected  $J.  30  June,  1634;   and  admitted  $.  2  July, 
1635.       Elected   Moderator  Novae  Classis  1633;    Sub- 
Dean  1634;  Humanity  Lecturer  1636;  Librarian  1637 
(but  on  20  July,  1638,  he  obtained  leave  to  travel  till 
the   following   Easter,    and    on   7    Sept.    Chaplin    was 
elected  Librarian  for  the  rest  of  the  year).     Among  the 
State  Papers  (Dom.  cccxcv.  82,  25  July,  1638)  is  his 
petition  to  the    Council  for  leave  to  travel,  "being  a 
young  man  desirous  to  see  the  Universities  beyond  the 
seas  for  his  preferment  in  learning : "  underwritten  is  a 
note  that  the  petitioner  had  taken  the  oath  of  allegiance. 
Moderator    of    Philosophy    1638;    Bursar   1639,   1643, 
1644;    Librarian   again    1641;    Catechist  1645;    Dean 
1646.    Leave  of  absence  was  granted  him  11  Nov.  1642; 
but  he  signed  the  resolution  to  surrender  the  College 
Plate  14  Jan.  16  J|.     On  the  20  Feb.  1646,  it  is  noted 
that  he  had  resigned  his  JF.  from  15  March,  1645.     He 
lived  successively  in  the  North  Crest,  and  as  B.A.  in  the 
South  Bay  Window,  and  in  the  Second  Middle  Chamber 
from  the  Hall  which  he  left  11  Nov.  1639  for  the  Second 
Upper  Chamber  from  the  Hall,  vacated  16  Oct.  1640. 
He  appears  as  the  second  son  of  J.  Knightbridge  in  the  Visi- 
tation of  1634,  when  he  is  described  as  jF.  of  Wadham  College. 
Richard  Knightbridge,  A.M.,  was  presented  by  Sir  John  Tirrell 
of  Springfield,  Essex,  to  the  Rectory  of  Stotesbury,  Northants 


86  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1627. 

and  instituted  5  June,  1643  (Baker  I.  691),  which  he  had 
apparently  vacated  by  1655  ;  elder  brother  of  John  Knight- 
bridge  1637. 

Leonard  Simons.  Elected  g>.  3  July,  1627  (aged  18,  of 
Althorne,  Essex),  in  place  of  Edward  Clyffe,  resigned. 
ffi.  Christ  Church  16  Nov.  1627  (fil.  Leonard!  Simons, 
set.  17).  B.A.  26  June,  1630.  M.A.  23  May,  1633. 
Elected  $.  30  June,  1631.  Admitted  tf.  5  July, 
1632.  Elected  Moderator  Novae  Classis  1631 ;  Sub-Dean 
1632.  On  Escott's  resignation  he  was  elected  Bursar  for 
the  remainder  of  1634  ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1634, 
1641;  Humanity  Lecturer  1635;  Dean  1637,  1644, 
1645,  and  (on  Knightbridge's  resignation)  in  1647; 
Bursar  1639,  1647;  Sub- Warden  1638,  1640,  1643; 
Librarian  1642.  He  had  leave  of  absence  (apparently) 
on  6  Dec.  1646,  and  resigned  his  JF.  22  Jan.  16-J £. 
Lived  successively  in  the  North  Bay  Window,  the  Third 
Middle  Chamber  from  the  Chapel  (which  he  vacated 
11  Nov.  1639),  and  the  Fourth  Middle  Chamber  from 
the  Hall. 

Weare.       JfM.    1627    (Devon.).      Probably   John   Were, 

.  received  6  Feb.  1626,  restored  12  July,  1627. 
There  was  a  Colonel  Weare,  an  officer  in  the  Parliamentary 
army,  who  was  driven  out  of  Tiverton  by  the  Royalists  on 
their  march  from  Cornwall  after  the  battle  of  Stratton,  May, 
1643.  John  Weare,  an  officer  of  the  Parliamentary  army,  has 
a  monument  in  Halberton  church,  dated  1658  : 

Hie  jacet  corpus 

Johannis  Were 

Armigeri  et  nu 

per  pro  republica 

Anglicana  ehiliarchi 

Qui  obiit  vigesimo 

quarto  die  Octobris 

Anno  Domini  1658. 


Vivit  post  fiinera  virtus. 

John    Mansell.       JFM.    1627    (Cambro-britannus).      IB. 
15  June,  1627  (Carmarthensis,  fil.  otus  Francisci  Mansell 


1627.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  87 

de  Mudlescombe,  mil.  set.  15).     C.fH.  received  2  April 
1627,  restored  2  July,  1628. 

Sir  Francis  Mansell  (created  baronet  14  Jan.  lOf  i),  married  as 
second  wife,  Dorothy  Stepney,  daughter  of  Alban  Stepney,  see 
1623).  This  John  was  younger  brother  of  Sir  Anthony 
Mansell,  killed  at  Newbury,  and  of  Dr.  Francis  Mansell,  the 
famous  Royalist  Principal  of  Jesus  College  ;  he  married  Mary, 
daughter  of  Sir  Henry  Vaughan,  Knt. 

Thomas  Bussey.  JFM.  1627  (Cambro-britannus).  £H. 
15  June,  1627  (Glamorgan,  fil.  lus  Rawlei  Bussey  de 
Margam.  mil.  set.  14).  C.fa.  received  6  April,  1627, 
restored  17  Feb.  1628. 

James  Willisford.  Jf.<&.  1627.  C.Jft.  received  21  July, 
1627,  restored  13  Dec.  1632. 


Weare.  (ft.  1627.  Probably  Edward  Warre,  whose  C.fH. 
occurs  next  to  that  of  John  Withers,  ffl,.  30  Oct.  1629 
(Somerset,  fil.  3ius  Edwardi  Weare  de  Nynhead,  arm. 
set.  20). 

Probably  third  son  of  Edward  Warre  of  Chipley,  aged  15  in 
1623. 

John  Withers.     <2L  1627.     £H.  23  Nov.   1627  (Hampton, 
fil.  lus  Gulielmi  Withers  de  Maynie  Down,  arm.  set.  16). 
KM.  received  4  March,  1626,  restored  5  Oct.  1629. 
Eldest  son  of  W.  Withers  of  Manydown  (Visitation,  1634). 

Walter  Morgan.  OL  1627.  M.  30  Oct.  1629  (Equitis 
aurati  fil.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  11  March,  1626,  re- 
stored 7  Sept.  1638.  B.A.  5  Dec.  1629.  M.A.  5  July, 
1632.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Tower  Chamber  as  M.A. 

John  Bramston.     OL  1627  (Essex).     fH.  3  Nov.  1626  (fil. 

Johannis    Bramston    de    Margaretend,    gen.    set.   15). 

C.fH.   received    5    April,   1627,   restored    6    Oct.    1629. 

Lived  in  the  Under  Chamber  in  the  South  Crest. 

Son  of  Sir  John  Bramston,  Knt.,  afterwards  Lord  Chief  Justice 
of  the  King's  Bench  ;  born  Sept.  1611  at  Whitechapel  ;  created 
K.B.  23  Apr-1,  1(501.  M.P.  for  Essex  16CO,  1GG1  ;  lor  Mald«>n 
1678,  1085.  Died  4  Feb.  1099,  aged  8?. 


88  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1627. 

John  Awbray.  <*L  1627  (Cambro-britannus).  But  this 
name  occurs  before  in  1623,  and  probably  here  should  be 
Thomas  Awbray.  fH.  15  June,  1627  (Glamorgan,  fil. 
2dus  Thomse  Awbray  de  Llanthridith,  mil.  set.  17). 

Thomas  was  younger  brother  of  John  Awbray,  1623. 

Henry  Parsons.  OL  1627.  ffl.  15  June,  1627  (Somerset, 
fil.  Antonii  Parsons  de  Martock,  gen.  set.  16).  -  (£.£H.  re- 
ceived 6  May,  1627,  restored  8  March,  1629. 

Roderick  Floyd.  OL  1627.  C.fff.  received  28  May,  1627, 
restored  28  June,  1628. 

James  Rosse.     OL  1627.     JH.  15  June,  1627  (Somerset,  fil. 
Jacobi   Rosse   de   Shepton    Bencham,  sic,  gen.  set.  17. 
.  received  4  June,  1627,  restored  9  June,  1629. 

Son  and  heir  of  James  Rosse,  aged  13  in  1623. 


William  Searle.  13.  1627.  ODJtt.  received  2  June,  1627, 
restored  27  May,  1630.  Lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber 
under  the  Chaplains'.  One  William  Searle  fift,.  Magdalen, 
10  June,  1631  (Devon,  fil.  Thomas  Searle  de  Sidbury, 
pleb.  set.  23). 

Robert  Were.  13.  1627.  Probably  Robert  Ward  whose 
C.fft.  was  received  20  Oct.  1627,  restored  3  July,  1629. 


Thomas  Case.     M.  9  Nov.  1627  (Warwic.  fil.  Thomas  Case 
de  Arrow,  sacerd.  set.  18). 


Thomas  Moleynes.  <£.£H.  received  as  <£.  or  Jf.(&.  19  June, 
1627,  restored  29  Oct.  1627. 

Richard  Batt.     &.ffi.  received  as  13.  8  July,  1627,  restored 
5  May,  1628. 


1628.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  89 


1628. 

Tristram  Sugge.  Elected  &.  3  July,  1628  (of  Yeovil, 
Somerset,  aged  18),  vice,  Tob.  Vennar  amoti.  |H.  Dec. 
1628  (fil.  Tristrami  Sugge  de  Evill,  pleb.  set.  17  altered 
to  18).  B.A.  26  June,  1630.  M.A.  23  May,  1633. 
Elected  p.  30  June,  1631.  Admitted  Jf.  5  July, 
1632.  Elected  Sub-Dean  1630  ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy 
1631,  1632 ;  Catechist  1633,  1643,  1644,  1647 ;  Dean 
1635,  1636;  Bursar  1637,  1641;  Sub- Warden  1645, 
1646.  Had  leave  of  absence  on  14  Dec.  1643,  and  again 
on  20  April,  1644.  Prelector  publicus  metaphysicae. 
Proctor  20  April,  1642.  He  signed  the  resolution  to 
surrender  the  College  Plate  to  the  King  14  Jan.  16£f . 
Noted  as  B.D.  by  Wood  on  6  June,  1646,  but  was 
created  D.D.  23  June,  1646.  Lived  as  B.A.  in  the 
Second  Middle  Chamber  from  the  Chapel,  which  he 
vacated  10  July,  1647.  He  also  had  the  Third  North 
Cockloft.  On  the  Visitation  of  the  Parliamentary 
Commissioners,  he  was  reported  to  the  Committee  of 
Lords  and  Commons  for  not  answering  on  14  July,  1648. 
On  29  Sept.  1648,  it  was  resolved  that  Dr.  Sugge  of 
Wadham  College  be  removed  from  the  said  College  for 
his  contempt  of  a  special  order  for  his  personal  ap- 
pearance before  the  Visitors  ;  and  his  name  appears 
among  those  removed  from  their  places  in  a  list  dated 
2  Oct.  1648.  He  was  restored  to  his  Jf.  in  1660,  but 
died  27  Jan.  16f  f ,  and  was  buried  in  the  Chapel  28  Jan. 
16f  £,  (St.  Cross  Register)  where  there  is  a  stone  marked 
T.  S.  1660. 

He  was  esteemed  by  all  who  knew  him  a  profound  philosopher 
and  divine,  and  very  fit  to  publish  what  he  had  written  of 
those  subjects.  (Wood,  Fasti,  II.  99.) 

"  He  was  an  excellent  disputant,  and  a  ripe  schoolman  ;  and 
left  behind  him  several  Theological  MSS.  of  his  composition 
which  are  deemed  fit  by  some  to  be  printed."  (Wood's  MSS.) 

Robert  Chapline.  Elected  £.  3  July,  1628  (of  St.  James, 
Taunton,  Somerset,  aged  18),  vice,  Humph.  Sydenham, 
JF.  resigned,  ffl.  Dec.  1628  (Somerset,  fil.  Gulielmi 


90  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1628. 

Chapline  de  Taunton,  pleb.  set.  19).  B.A.  5  Dec.  1629. 
M.A.  23  May,  (?)  1633.  Elected  $.  30  June,  1631, 
Admitted  J%  3  July,  1632.  Elected  Moderator 
Novae  Classis  1630;  Sub-Dean  1631;  Moderator  of 
Philosophy  1633;  Humanity  Lecturer  1634,  1643; 
Catechist  1635, 1636, 1642 ;  Librarian  1638,  vice  Knight- 
bridge  ;  Dean  1638,  1639  ;  Bursar  1640.  He  signed  the 
resolution  to  surrender  the  College  Plate  for  the  King's 
use  14  Jan.  16ff.  He  had  leave  of  absence  6  Oct.  and 
14  Dec.  1643,  20  April,  2  July,  24  Dec.  1644,  7  April, 
1645,  and  again  11  Nov.,  30  Dec.  1645,  30  March, 
30  June,  1646,  after  which  no  notice  of  him  occurs. 
Lived  in  the  North  Crest,  in  the  Fourth  Upper  Chamber 
from  the  Chapel,  and  in  the  Second  Upper  Chamber 
from  the  Hall,  which  he  vacated  11  Nov.  1639. 

One  Eobert  Chapline  appears  as  Prebendary  of  Combe  Unde- 
cinia,  and  Rector  of  Ashbury,  Devon,  in  Walker's  Sufferings. 


John  Chichester.  Jp.OE.  1628  (fil.  Edwardi  Chichester, 
Baronis  de  Bellfaste).  <&M.  received  18  May,  1628, 
restored  7  June,  1630.  Lived  in  the  Upper  Tower 
Chamber. 

He  was  nephew  of  Arthur,  Baron  Chichester  of  Belfast  (cr. 
1612,  ob.  1624),  and  son  of  Edward,  Baron  Belfast,  and  Vis- 
count Chichester  (cr.  1624),  who  was  succeeded  in  1648  by  his 
eon  Arthur,  in  Ms  own  right,  Earl  of  Donegal  (cr.  1647)  ;  on 
whose  death  in  1697,  Arthur,  eldest  son  of  the  above  John 
succeeded  ;  ancestor  of  the  Marquess  of  Donegal,  and  Lord 
Templemore. 

Giles  Strangewayes.    JfM.  1628  (Dorcestr.).    m.  30  Oct. 

1629  (fil  Dom.  Johannis  Strangewayes  de  Melburye,  eq. 

«et.  14).    &M.  received  13  April,  1629,  restored  23  Aug. 

1632.     A  Falcon  gilt  given  by  him,  39|-oz.,  was  afoong 

the  Plate  sacrificed  in  1642. 

He  was  born  1615,  and  married  Susanna,  daughter  and  heiress 
of  Thomas  Edwards  of  Fayre  Crooch,  near  Wadhurst,  Sussex. 
He  was  M.P.  for  Melcombe  Kegis  in  the  Short  Parliament,  and 
for  Bridport  in  the  Long  Parliament.  He  served  as  Colonel  of 
Horse  in  the  King's  army,  and  had  the  command  of  a  regiment 
under  Prince  Maurice  in  the  West.  On  22  June,  1645,  he  was 


1628.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  91 

disabled  as  Member  for  Bridport,  and  was  imprisoned  for 
twenty  months  in  the  White  Tower.  In  commemoration  of 
this  he  caused  a  gold  medal  to  be  struck  :  on  the  face,  his  head, 
and  round  it,  "  JEgidius  Strangways  de  Melbury  in  Com. 
Dorchestr.  arm."  On  the  reverse,  the  White  Tower  in  the 
Tower  of  London,  over  it  the  sun,  and  round  it,  "  Decusque 
adversa  dederunt."  On  the  exergue,  "  Incarceratus,  Sept.  1645. 
Liberatus,  April,  1648."  After  the  Restoration  he  was  Knight 
of  the  Shire  for  Dorset  ;  and  on  conveying  the  thanks  of  the 
House  of  Commons  to  the  Members  of  the  University  for  their 
"  Reasons  concerning  the  Solemn  League  and  Covenant,"  he  was 
created  D.C.L.  7  Nov.  1665.  He  died  in  1675,  and  is  buried 
at  Melbnry.  (Hutchins.) 

Edward  Philipps.      JF.<&.  1628  (Somerset.).     |H.  30  Oct. 

1629  (fil.  Domini  Roberti  Philipps  de  Montacute,  mil. 

set.  16).  <&.ffi.  received  20  Oct.  1628,  restored  25  March, 

1630. 

Son  and  heir  of  R.  Philipps  of  Montague,  aged  10  in  1623, 
brother  of  Robert  Philipps  1633.  Edward  Phelips,  son  of  Sir 
R.  Philipps,  was  buried  in  the  church  at  Montacute  1679.  He 
is  called  Colonel  in  the  reign  of  Charles  II.  (Collinson,  III. 
314.) 

Sir  John  Stepney.  Jf.(&.  1628  (Baronet.  Cambro- 
britannus).  C.fH.  received  20  Oct.  1628,  restored 
16  March,  1629. 

Second  son  of  John  Stepney  of  Prendergast  (Dwnn  Visitation), 
and  younger  brother  of  Sir  Alban  Stepney  1623.  He  suc- 
ceeded his  father  as  second  Baronet  in  1634  ;  married  Magdalen, 
daughter  and  coheiress  of  Sir  Henry  Jones,  Bart.,  but  died, 
s. p.m. 

Thomas  Stepney.  JFM.  1628  (Johannis  frater).  ffl. 
30  Oct.  1629  (Pemb.  fil.  Johannis  Stepney  de  Penderis 
(?)  i.e.  Prendergast;  eq.  et  Baronetti,  33t.  19). 

He  died  before  his  brother  John ;  but  his  eldest  son  John  (who 
married  Justina,  daughter  of  Sir  Anthony  Van  Dyck),  suc- 
ceeded as  third  baronet,  and  was  the  ancestor  of  the  family  till 
the  dignity  became  extinct  in  1825. 


92  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1628. 

William  Pawlett.  (ft.  1628.  £H.  30  Oct.  1629  (Dorcestr. 
fil.  lus  Thomae  Pawlett  de  Breedit,  arm.  let.  17).  C.fH. 
received  27  Feb.  1628,  restored  12  June,  1630.  Lived 
in  the  Middle  Hall  Chamber. 

George  Prowse.  (E.  1628  (Devon.).  f&.  30  Oct.  1629  (fil. 
Richard!  Prowse  de  Tiverton,  gen.  set.  20).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived 26  April,  1628,  restored  2  Oct.  1633.  B.A.  9  Feb. 
16f~|-.  Lived  in  the  Second  North-west  Chamber. 

Third  son  of  R.  Prowse  (Visitation,  1620). 

John  Bampfield.  OL  1628  (Devon.).  ff$i.  30  Oct.  1629 
(Devon,  sic,  fil.  Johannis  Bampfield  de  Poltmore,  arm. 
set.  17).  dDJBL  received  28  April,  1628,  restored  3  Feb. 
1630.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber. 

Third  son  (Visitation,  1620).  Eventually  heir  to  his  father. 
Created  baronet  14  July,  1641,  being  then  M.P.  for  Penryn  ; 
married  Gertrude,  daughter  of  Amias  Coplestone,  and  had  five 
sons  and  eight  daughters. 

Lewis  Bampfield.  OL  1628  (Devon.),  m.  30  Oct.  1629 
(Somerset,  sic,  fil.  3ius  Johannis  Bampfield  de  Poltmore, 
arm.  set.  17).  <EJS.  was  received  and  restored  with  his 
brother  John's.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber 
and  in  Founder's  Chamber. 

Fifth  son.     (Tuckett.) 

William  Skevington.  (ft.  1628.  <UH.  received  12  May, 
1628,  restored  2  May,  1631. 

Edward  Higham.  OL  1628.  ffi.  Dec.  1628  (Sussex  fil. 
Edvardi  Higham  de  E^hingham,  gen.  set.  17).  (£.£H. 
received  18  May,  1628,  restored  8  July,  1629.  Elected 
S>.  2  July,  1629  (when  Edward  Heigham  is  described  as 
aged  18,  of  Farningham,  ?  Sussex).  B.A.  9  Feb.  16^. 
M.A.  5  Feb.  16|f  Elected  $.  30  June,  1632.  Admitted 
Jf.  6  July,  1633.  Elected  Moderator  Novae  Classis 
1632;  Sub-Dean  1633;  Librarian  1634;  Moderator  of 
Philosophy  1635  ;  Catechist  (in  place  of  Blake)  19  Dec. 
1638,  and  again  in  1639.  His  name  does  not  appear 


1628.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  93 

among  the  Fellows  on  14  Jan.  16-f-f.  He  lived  in  the 
Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn,  in  the  North  Bay 
Window  (as  B.A.),  and  in  the  Fourth  Middle  Chamber 
from  the  Chapel. 

Fifth,  son  of  Edward  Higham  (Berry  Sussex  Gen.),  probably 

brother  of  Thomas  Higham  1633. 

Nicholas  Monk.  OL  1628  (Devon.).  |H.  (Nichol.  Muncke) 
30  Oct.  1629  (fil.  Thomas  Monk  de  Martin,  arm.  set.  19). 
C.fH.  received  25  May,  1628,  restored  20  Dec.  1636. 
B.A.  March,  1630  (when  Wood  calls  him  eq.  aur.  fil.). 
M.A.  23  Oct.  1633.  He  lived  in  the  Little  Chamber 
in  Buller's  Inn  1628,  and  as  M.A.  in  the  Upper  Tower 
Chamber. 

In  the  Visitation,  1620,  he  appears  as  third  son  of  Sir  Thomas 
Monk  of  Powdridge,  aged  10  ;  his  brother  George  (afterwards 
Duke  of  Albemarle),  being  second  son,  aged  11  :  for  Arthur 
Monk,  fourth  son,  see  1631.  He  was  ejected  from  the  living  of 
Plymtree,  and  "  thro'  all  the  ill  times,  he  carried  himself  with 
singular  integrity,  and  was  in  great  reputation  with  all  those 
who  constantly  adhered  to  the  king."  He  is  said  to  have  been 
Rector  of  Kilhampton,  and  to  have  urged  his  brother  George 
in  favour  of  the  Restoration.  On  the  Restoration  he  became 
Provost  of  Eton,  and  was  created  D.D.  1  Aug.  1660,  per  litt. 
Regis,  in  which  it  is  said,  that  the  king  is  "  well  assured  of 
his  particular  and  eminent  services  for  ourself  and  the  Church 
during  the  late  distractions  ; "  and  was  subsequently  Bishop  of 
Hereford  6  Jan.  16££,  but  died  on  17  Dec.  1661,  and  was  buried 
on  the  20th,  in  St.  Edmund's  Chapel  in  Westminster  Abbey. 

Edward  St.  John.  (ft.  1628.  <£.fH.  received  (Howard 
St.  John)  26  April,  1628,  restored  9  April,  1630. 

Apparently  the  third  son  of  Sir  John  St.  John  of  Lydiard 
Tregoze  ;  colonel  in  the  King's  service,  said  to  have  fallen  in 
the  battle  of  Newbury  ;  but  from  his  monument  it  appears 
that  he  died  in  1645,  perhaps  of  wounds  received  at  the  second 
battle  of  Newbury  in  Oct.  1644.  There  is  a  monument  in. 
Lydiard  Tregoze  church  with  full -sized  figure  in  armour  gilt, 
and  on  the  pedestal  a  bas-relief  representing  a  troop  of  cavalry, 
with  this  inscription  : 


94  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1628. 


P.  M.  S. 

Scitote,  vos  quorum  interest  humanitatis,  justum  esse  dolorem 
et  nolentem  mori,  qui  per  difficilem  lapidem  verba  quaerit. 
EDOARDUS  ST.  JOHN,  fselicissima-  natura"  usus  ad  repen- 
tinam  gloriam  brevi  vixit,  speciosum  inter  homines  exemplar, 
im6  ad  omne  magnificum  contendens,  annorum  tanturn  fit 
egenus.  Non  enim  citiiis  virtute,  fortuna,  fam&  bona"  ornarat 
Familiam,  quam  per  istas  jubetur  umbras  transire  haud  sicco 
pede.  Eheu  !  festine  satis  reliquias  mortales  majorum  cineri 
promiscuas  florida"  juventute  (sed  placid e)  misit,  cetera  scilicet 
in  coelum  raptus.  Quantus  in  hoc  elato  marmore  relinquitur, 
vos  videte  qui  viventem  colebatis,  victurum  lugebatis,  et  vos 
etiam  qui  vita"  functum  desideratis.  Sic  ille  stetit  olim,  ut 
erectus  jam  imaginatus  est,  adversum  impetus  incivilis  belli  et 
rigidas  minas  armatae  mortis  honesto  vultu  fidentique  pectore 
tulit.  Sic  enim  ille  cecidit  ut  stantem  putes,  et  mente  saltern 
immobilem.  Quinimo  superstitem  voluit  amicorum  subinde 
lachrimis  proborumque  memoriae  amor  parentis  optimi,  cujus 
ingeniosa  pietas  hunc  lapidem  fecit  eloquentem.  Obiit  pridie 
Iduum  Aprilis  anno  MDCXLV. 

Henry  Sanford.  OL  1628  (Devon.).  |5L  30  Oct.  1629 
(Somerset,  fil.  lus  Henrici  Sandford  de  Ninehead,  arm. 
set.  17).  &.JE.  received  24  May,  1629,  restored  19  Oct. 
1631. 

In  Ninehead  church,  "  Here  lyeth  the  body  of  Henry  Sandford 
of  Ninehead,  in  the  County  of  Somerset,  Esquire,  who  was 
buried  9  Feb.  1644."  (Collinson  III.  170.) 


Edward  Gold.     (ft.  1628.     dLfH.  received  (Gould)  29  July, 
1628,  restored  14  Julv,  1629. 


Alexander  Dyer.  (ft.  1628.  M.  (Deyer)  30  Oct.  1629 
(Somerset,  fil.  2dus  Alexandri  Dyer  de  Glassenburye, 
arm.  set.  17).  C.ilH.  received  4  Oct.  1628,  restored 
2  Nov.  1631.  He  was  created  B.C.L.  17  June,  1646, 
virtute  litt.  Cancel.,  which  say,  "  that  he  had  spent  above 
three  years  studying  in  the  University,  and  hath  since  for 


1628.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  95 

many   years   together  been  trained  up   in   the    Courts 
Ecclesiastical  and  Civil  at  London." 

Probably  Alexander,  second  son  of  A.  Dyer  of  Stret,  aged  12 
in  1623.  His  father's  and  mother's  tomb  is  in  the  church  of 
St.  John,  Glastonbury.  (Phelp.) 

Berkeley  Pollard.  OL  1628  (Devon.).  »  30  Oct.  1629 
(fil.  3tius  Ludovici  Pollard  de  Hynton,  arm.  set.  18). 
C.fH.  received  10  Nov.  1628,  restored  2  Dec.  1633. 
Lived  in  the  Upper  Tower  Chamber. 

John  Turbervill.  4L  1628  (Devon.).  fH.  19  June,  1629 
(fil.  Johannis  Turbervill  de  Tolland,  pleb.  set.  17).  <&M. 
received  29  Nov.  1628,  restored  31  July,  1630. 

Son  and  heir  of  John  Turbervile  of  Sampford  Peverell,  aged 
9  in  1620. 


Nicholas  Burchill.  13.  1628  (Devon.).  JH.  30  Oct.  1629 
(fil.  Johannis  Burchill  de  Bove  Tracie,  sacerd.  set.  18). 
ODJH.  received  9  Feb.  1627,  restored  19  April,  1628; 
replaced  25  July,  1628,  again  restored  2  Aug.  1630. 

Robert  Snowe.  13.  1628  (Devon.).  JR.  19  June,  1629  (fil. 
Thomse  Snowe  de  Exeter,  pleb.  set.  18).  C.JH.  received 
26  Feb.  16J3-,  restored  21  Dec.  1629.  B.A.  17  Oct. 
1631.  M.A.  3  July,  1634.  Lived  in  the  Chamber 
under  the  Chaplains'  27  March,  1628.  Admitted  Jf.  of 
Exeter,  1632,  and  resigned  19  March,  16^. 

He  was  admitted  Hector  of  Morchard  Bishop,  Devon,  21  March, 
16f  £,  and  resigned  in  1662.     (Boase,  Reg.  Coll.  Exon.  p.  64.) 

Humphrey  Slowcome.  13.  1628.  m.  (Slocum)  30  Oct. 
1629  (fil.  Richardi  Slowcome  de  St.  Decombs,  i.e. 
St.  Decumans,  pleb.  set.  17).  (LIB.  received  29  April, 
1628,  restored  6  April,  1631. 

Richard  Bragge.  13.  1628.  ffl.  30  Oct.  1629  (Devon,  fil. 
Edvardi  Bragge  de  Thornecombe,  pleb.  sst.  19).  <£.fH. 
received  11  Jan.  1628,  restored  29  March,  1632,  but 
replaced  the  same  day  as  (St.,  restored  again  18  Nov. 


96  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1628-29. 

1633  ;  again  replaced  16  Sept.  1634,  restored  23  March, 
16ff  B.A.  9  Feb.  16fi  M.A.  21  Oct.  1634.  He  lived 
in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn,  and  as  B.A.  in 
the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber. 

Robert  Potter.  1$.  1628.  fa.  30  Oct.  1629  (Essex,  fil. 
Johannis  Potter  de  Wormingford,  gen.  set.  17).  <2L£H. 
received  29  July,  1628,  restored  2  Nov.  1632,  replaced 
same  day  as  (ft.,  again  restored  14  Dec.  1635.  B.A. 
(Thomas  Potter)  30  Oct.  1632.  M.A.  (Robert)  14  July, 
1635.  Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn, 
and  in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber. 

William  Taylor.     13.  1628.     f».  30  Oct.  1629  (Somerset, 
fil.  Johannis  Taylor  de  Somerton,  gen.  set.  18). 
received  16  July,  1628,  restored  23  Nov.  1630. 


1629. 

Richard  Rocke.  ffi.  30  Oct.  1629  (Somerset,  fil.  Ellis 
Rocke  de  Cloasworth,  pleb.  set.  19).  Elected  5>.  2  July, 
1629  (of  Closemores,  set.  18).  B.A.  30  Oct.  1631.  M.A. 
20  June,  1634.  He  was  "amotus"  9  Sept.  1636,  for 
being  absent  one  month  without  leave.  Lived  as  B.A. 
in  the  North  Bay  Window. 

George  Ashwell.  fft.  30  Oct.  1629  (Middlesex,  fil.  Roberti 
Ashwell  de  Harrow-hill,  pleb.  set.  16).  Elected  S>. 
2  July,  1629  (set.  15).  (Wood  in  a  MS.  note  says 
"of  St.  Martin  by  Ludgate,  born  8  Nov.  1612").  B.A. 
4  Dec.  1632.  M.A.  27  June,  1635.  Elected  $. 
30  June,  1635,  admitted  JF.  1  July,  1636.  Elected 
Sub-Dean  1635 ;  Librarian  1636  ;  Moderator  of  Philo- 
sophy 1637  ;  Bursar  1638,  1645,  1646  ;  Humanity 
Lecturer  1639,  1640  ;  Catechist  1641  ;  Dean  1642, 
1643 ;  Sub- Warden  1644,  1647.  Signed  the  resolution 
to  surrender  the  College  Plate  to  the  King  14  Jan. 
16ff.  Created  B.D.  23  June,  1646.  His  name  ap- 
pears among  those  who  have  not  submitted  to  the 
authority  of  the  Visitors  15  May,  1648 ;  but  Wood 


1629.] 


WARDEN     SMITH. 


97 


Cl 


says  that  he  submitted,  nor  does  his  name  appear 
among  the  deprived.  Lived  in  College  Chamber,  and 
as  M.A.  in  the  Fourth  Middle  Chamber  from  the  Hall, 
which  he  vacated  1  Aug.  1647. 

He  became  Chaplain  to  Sir  Anthony  Cope,  and  in  1658  Rector 
of  Hanwell,  Oxon,  where  he  died  and  was  buried  in  1693. 
Wood  says  that  he  was  "a  noted  tutor,"  also,  "a  quiet  and 
pious  man,  and  every  way  worthy  of  his  function  ;  he  had 
been  an  excellent  logician,  and  of  a  very  rational  head  and 
understanding,  was  also  well  read  in  the  Fathers  and  School- 
men." (Wood,  Ath.  IV.  396.) 

Author  of  Fides  Apostolica  1653,  Gestus  Eucharisticus  1663, 
De  Socino  et  Socianismo  1680,  De  Eccl.  Romana  Dissertatio 
1688. 

Charles  Huggins.    ja.  19  June,  1629  (Gloucestr.  fil.  Gaspari 

Huggins  de  Westerley,  gen.  set.  16).  Elected  JJ.  2  July, 
1629.  Resigned  S*  16  June,  1634.  Lived  in  College 
Chamber. 


Edward  Newman,  fft.  30  Oct.  1629  (Devon,  fil.  Thomas 
Newman  de  Exeter,  gen.  set.  18).  Elected  £>.  2  July, 
1629  (aged  17,  of  Dartmore,  Devon).  B.A.  23  Oct.  1633. 
M.A.  5  July,  1636.  Resigned  g>.  30  June,  1637  ;  when 
he  appears  to  have  replaced  his  name  as  (ff. 
received  18  July,  restored  11  Dec.  1637. 


Ralph  Huband.  Jf.<&.  1629  (Wigorn.).  m.  30  Oct.  1629 
(Warwic.  fil.  Johannis  Huband  de  Isley,  i.e.  Ipsley,  gen. 
set.  16).  (ST.IH.  received  13  Nov.  1628,  restored  21  Dec. 
1631. 

He  succeeded  his  father  as  Lord  of  Ipsley,  Warw.,  died  1651, 
and  is  buried  in  the  church  at  Jpsley,  with  the  following 
epitaph  : 

"Hie  jacet  perillustris  vir,  singular!  prudentia  egregiusque 
animi  dotibus  apprime  excultus  Kadolphus  Huband  Armiger, 
dominus  hujus  manerii  qui  obiit  29  die  Octobris,  Anno  Salutis 
Keparatse  1651.  In  matrimonium  duxit  Annam,  tiliam  imam 
cohseredum  Gervasii  Teverey  de  Stapleford  in  Comitatn  Not- 
tinghamiensi  Armigeri  ex  qua  tres  filios  suscepit  Johannem, 
Teverium  et  Rodolphum.  Qua)  quidem  mc3stissima  uxor  hoc 


98  WARDEN     SMITH. 


qualecunque  monumentum  marito  amoris  ergo  posnit  speran» 
suum  latus  ipsius  later!  sicut  olim  in  vita  fuit  consertum  et 
aliquando  in  inorte  conserendum.  (Dugdale,  739). 

Thomas  Chafin.  Jf.<&.  1629  (Dorcestr.).  C.fGL  received 
13  April,  1629,  restored  12  Oct.  1629  ;  replaced  17  Nov. 
1631,  again  restored  23  April,  1633. 

Probably  son  of  Bamfield  Chafin  of  Chettle,  succeeded  his- 
father  in  1644,  and  compounded  for  his  estate.  "  A  personate 
well-carriaged  man,  of  good  estate,  wanted  neither  under- 
standing nor  value  for  himself  ;  was  an  enemy  to  the  Puritan 
party."  (Hutchins,  III.  565.) 

One  Thomas  Chafin  D.D.  is  mentioned  in  Walker's  Sufferings^ 
II.  66,  as  Prebendary  of  Darnford,  and  Rector  of  Fovarat 
and  Meene,  Wilts  ;  and  is  said  to  have  died  in  1648. 


Thomas  Baynard.    (ft.  1629.    fflL  30  Oct.  1629  (Somerset, 
fil.    Thomse    Baynard    de    Wanstrovv,   set,   17). 
received  26  March,  1629,  restored  12  Oct.  1631. 

John  Parsons,  (ft.  1629.  C.fft.  received  14  May,  1629, 
restored  8  May,  1630.  Probably  the  John  Parsons  who 
lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'. 

Thomas  Munday.  OL  1629.  ffi.  28  Jan.  1630  (Bercher. 
fil.  Thomse  Munday  de  Longbridge,  pleb.  set.  16).  C.fflL 
received  (no  date),  restored  13  Oct.  1631. 

Richard  Joiliffe.  OL  1629  (Dorcestr.).  fH.  19  June,  1629 
(Joyliffe  til.  Johannis  Joiliffe  de  Eastown,  i.e.  East  Stour, 
pleb.  set.  17).  CJH,  received  11  June,  1629,  restored 
25  April,  1632.  Lived  in  the  Under  Chamber  in  the 
South  Crest. 

He  was  son  and  heir  of  J.  Joiliffe  of  East  Stower,  by  Katharine, 
daughter  of  John  Hemming  of  Roxwell,  Dorset,  aged  12  in 
1623.  (Hutchins,  II L  633.)  He  suffered  much  for  the  King's 
cause.  Brother  of  George  Joiliffe  1636. 

Robert  Forde.     (ft.  1629.     fH.  28  Jan.   1630   (Devon,  fil. 
Emanuel   Forde   de    Hunniton,   pleb.    «t.    18). 
received  20  June,  1629,  restored  21  Dec.  1629. 


1629.] 


WARDEN     SMITH. 


John  Clarke.  OL  1629.  Probably  identical  with  John 
Clarke  162(5. 

Francis  Baily.  <£.  1629  (Londin.).  ffl.  30  Oct.  1629 
(Middlesex,  fil.  Francisci  Baily  de  Londin.  gen.  set.  16). 
C.fft.  received  (apparently)  14  Sept.  1629.  restored 
20  May,  1640.  B.A.  3  July,  1633.  M.A.  3  May,  1636. 
Lived  in  the  Chamber  under  Mr.  Smyth  (i.e.  the  Chap- 
lain) till  17  Nov.  1637;  and  in  the  Middle  Tower 
Chamber  as  M.A.  till  28  March,  1640. 


Samuel  Tanner.  OL  1629.  fH.  30  Oct.  1629  (Devon.  fiL 
Georgii  Tanner  de  Croly,  set.  17).  C.fft.  received  (no 
date),  restored  April  16,  1632. 

Evidently  son  and  heir  of  George  Mortymer,  alias  Tanner, 
aged  7  in  1620. 

>rge  Trevilian.  OL  1629  (Somerset.).  fH.  30  Oct.  1629 
(fil.  Johannis  Trevilian  de  Nettlecombe,  arm.  aet.  15). 
C.fH.  received  19  Oct.  1629,  restored  29  Nov.  1631. 

Aged  9  in  1623,  when  he  was  "in  warde,"  his  father  being 
dead  (Visitation).  His  mother  was  Margaret,  daughter  of 
George  Luttrell  of  Dunster  Castle  ;  he  was  sequestered  and 
imprisoned  for  his  loyalty  to  the  King,  and  compounded  for 
his  estate  ;  died  1653  ;  probably  father  of  George  Trevilian 
1650. 

>bert  Gotfe.  «L  1629.  fH.  30  Oct.  1629  (Somerset,  fil. 
Johannis  Gough  de  Merriott,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received 
19  Oct.  1629,  restored  8  Dec.  1631. 

Son  and  heir  of  J.  Goffe,  aged  12  in  1623.  One  Robert  Goffe 
bequeathed  ,£70  to  the  poor  of  Merriott.  (Collinson,  II.  171.) 


Walter  Henley.  OL  1629.  JR.  28  Jan.  1630  (Kant.  fil. 
Thomse  Hendley  de  Cranbourne,  eq.  set.  18).  C.1H. 
received  13  Nov.  1629,  restored  24  Aug.  1631. 

Third  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Henley  of  Conrseborne,  by  Elizabeth 
Wilford  of  Enfield,  aged  7  in  1619  (Visitation).     One  Walter 

H   2 


100  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1629. 

Henley  was  created  Baronet  of  Cuckfield,  Sussex,  8  April, 
1661  ;  married  Francis,  daughter  and  coheiress  of  Sir  Thomas 
Springett  of  the  Broyle,  Sussex,  died  s.p.  in  1675. 


Thomas  Lambert.  13.  1629  (Dorcestr.X  fH.  30  Oct.  1629 
(Somerset,  fil.  Thomse  Lambert  de  Spackford,  sacerd.  set. 
17).  C.ffl.  received  24  Oct.  1628,  restored  24  Oct.  1632; 
replaced  as  <j£.  same  day,  again  restored  22  Nov.  1632. 

Francis  Atkins.  13.  1629  (Somerset.).  f&.  30  Oct.  1629 
(fil.  Johaimis  Atkins  de  Charde,  gen.  aet.  18).  Elected 
£>.  6  July,  1631,  aged  18.  B.A.  4  Dec.  1632.  M.A. 
27  June,  1635.  Elected  |J.  (no  date) ;  admitted  Jf. 
11  Dec.  1639.  Elected  Moderator  Novae  Classis  1635; 
Sub-Dean  1639  ;  Catechist  1640,  1646  ;  Bursar  (in  place 
of  Warren)  5  Aug.  1643 ;  Librarian  1645  ;  Humanity 
Lecturer  1647.  He  had  leave  of  absence  from  2  Dec.  to 
8  Jan.  1642,  again  for  a  month  7  Jan.  1642,  from 
17  April  to  7  July,  1643,  from  8  July  to  29  Sept.,  from 
6  Oct.  to  St.  Thomas  (Dec.  21),  from  14  Dec.  1643  to 
Easter  1644,  on  20  April,  1644,  on  2  July,  1644  till 
Christmas,  on  24  Dec.  till  Easter  1645,  on  30  June,  1645, 
to  Michaelmas,  on  11  Nov.  till  Christmas,  on  30  Dec. 
till  Easter,  1646,  on  30  March,  1646,  till  29  June,  on 
30  June  till  Michaelmas,  on  6  Dec.  leave  was  continued. 
On  14  July,  1648,  he  was  reported  to  the  Committee  of 
Lords  and  Commons  as  not  having  appeared  before  the 
Visitors  ;  and  was  removed  from  his  JF.  by  order  of  the 
said  Committee,  2  Oct.  1648.  Wood  (MSS.  f.  35,  p.  285) 
says,  that  he  was  restored  to  Jp.  in  1660 ;  as  appears 
also  from  the  Convention  Book,  for  he  had  leave  of 
absence  on  6  Dec.  1660,  and  resigned  his  ^-fT.  30  June, 
1661.  Lived  in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber,  in  the 
North  Crest,  and  on  16  Oct.  1640,  took  the  Second 
Upper  Chamber  from  the  Hall  which  he  vacated  5  July, 
1649  ;  being  paid  out  by  the  Raters. 

Vicar  of  Chard,  11  July,  1661  :  his  successor  came  in  1672  : 
possibly  also  Rector  of  Breane,  Somerset,  1662.  Prebendary 
of  Taunton,  Wells,  1  Nov.  1660  ;  Prebendary  of  Compton 
Bishop,  Wells,  22  May,  1661  till  1672. 

William  Greenway.      13.   1629.     C.£H.  received  31   Oct. 
1628,  restored  23  Feb.  1629. 


1629.] 


WARDEN     SMITH. 


101 


Joseph  Bovall.      13.  1629.     C.ffl.  received  16  Feb.   1628, 
restored  7  June,  1630. 


Philip  Bisse.  U3.  1629  (Somerset,).  fH.  19  June,  1629 
(fil.  Samuelis  Bisse  de  Wells,  gen.  set.  17).  Elected  £. 
2  July,  1629  ((jet.  18).  Resigned  his  £.  19  July,  1632, 
and  "quia  immorigerum  se  prsebuerat,"  was  deprived 
from  30  June.  Lived  in  College  Chamber. 

He  was  grandson  of  Dr.  Philip  Bisse,  the  founder  of  the 
Library,  and  eldest  son  of  Philip  Bisse  of  Wells,  aged  12  in 
1623.  He  obtained  a  B.C.L.  at  Magdalen  College,  Oxon,  and 
became  Vicar  of  Poundstock,  27  April,  1637,  to  Feb.  16|§. 
Subsequently  he  became  Archdeacon  of  Cloyne  13  Aug.  1641, 
and  was  murdered  by  the  Irish  rebels  in  the  autumn  of  1642. 


George  Munday.  13.  1629.  fft.  30  Oct.  1629  (Hampton, 
fil.  Matthsei  Munday  de  Rumsey,  pleb.  set.  17).  (JLfflL 
received  10  June,  1629,  restored  23  July,  1632. 

Robert  Parsons.  13.  1629  (Somerset.).  fH.  30  Oct.  1629 
(fil.  Roberti  Parsons  de  St.  Decoonnans,  i.e.  St.  De- 
cumans,  sacerd.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received  14  May,  1629, 
restored  28  June,  1631. 

One  Eobert  Parsons  was  Hector  of  Rewe,  Devon,  4  Oct.  1662 
(Patron,  Wyndham),  and  his  Will  was  proved  1681. 

Nicholas  Button.  13.  1629  (Somerset.),  ffi.  30  Oct.  1629 
(fil.  Johannis  Button  de  Taunton,  gen.  set.  17).  C.ffl. 
received  14  May,  1629,  restored  4  June,  1632. 

One  Nicholas  Button  was  among  the  witnesses  to  the  Founder's 
Will,  to  whom  this  man  was  probably  related. 

John  Whitmore.  13.  1629.  fH.  30  Oct.  1629  (Salop,  fil. 
Johannis  Whitmore  de  Ludlowe,  pleb.  set.  16).  C.fH. 
received  27  June,  1629;  taken  up  to  pay  Batells 
10  Dec.  1647.  B.A.  1633.  M.A.  26  Jan.  16f|. 
Created  D.D.  17  Oct.  1661,  by  favour  of  the  Chancellor. 
Lived  in  the  Little  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn,  and  as 
M.A.  in  the  Middle  Tower  Chamber  till  Michaelmas, 
1640. 


102  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1629. 

George  Nosse.  &.  1629.  £H.  28  Jan.  1630  (Wilton,  fil. 
Georgii  Nosse  de  Mayden  Bradley,  pleb.  set.  20).  (£.|H. 
received  13  July,  1629,  restored  25  June,  1632. 

In  the  Kegister  of  Maiden  Bradley  at  Salisbury  George  Nosse 
is  described  as  "generosus"  in  1637.     (Hoare,  I.  109). 

Edgar  Pinsent.      i&  1629.      M.   30   Oct.    1629    (Devon. 
Edvard.  fil.  Jonse.  Pinsent  de  Bove  Tracie.  gen.  set.  17). 
.  received  27  Oct.  1629,  restored  4  July,  1632. 


Thomas  Drake.  IS.  1629.  ffl.  28  Jan.  1630  (Devon,  fil. 
Gulielmi  Drake  de  Harpford,  gen.  set.  18).  C.fH. 
received  1  Feb.  1629,  restored  7  Aug.  1632. 

Eldest  son  of  W.  Drake  of  Hertford,  Devon  (Visitation,  1620). 


John  Sampson.  JH.  19  June,  1629  (Devon,  fil.  Johannis 
Sampson  de  Cotleigh.  pleb.  set.  18). 

Robert  Parker.  fB.  19  June,  1629  (Wilton,  fil.  Johannis 
Parker  de  Barford.  pleb.  set.  17).  B.A.  14  Feb.  16ff. 

One  Robert  Parker  was  Rector  of  Wishford  1664. 

William  Toomer.  M.  30  Oct.  1629  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Johannis 
Toomer  de  Shasburye,  pleb.  set.  18). 

John  Toomer  was  Mayor  of  Shaftesbury,  1642  and  1653. 

John  Goodwyn.  ffi.  30  Oct.  1629  (Devon,  fil.  Henrici 
Goodwyn  de  Torrington,  pleb.  set.  17).  B.A.  21  July, 
1631. 

Second  son  (Visitation,  1620). 

John  Rogers.  |H.  30  Oct.  1629  (Northampton,  fil.  Johannis 
Rogers  de  Chacombe,  sacerd.  set,  18).  B.A.  4  Dec. 
1632.  M.A.  27  June,  1635. 

Apparently  son  of  John  Rogers,  Vicar  of  Chacombe:  himself 
Vicar  of  Croglin,  Cumb.  whence  he  was  ejected. 


1629-30.] 


WARDEN     SMITH. 


103 


George  Hayne.  £ft.  30  Oct.  1629  (Somerset,  fil.  Georgii 
Hayne  de  Yeavill,  pleb.  set.  18). 

Robert  Whittle.  £BL  30  Oct.  1629  (Devon,  fil.  Gregorii 
Whitty,  sic  de  Seburye,  pleb.  set.  20).  B.A.  (Withie 
aL  Whitey)  21  July,  1631. 

Robert  Ven.  ffl.  30  Oct.  1629  (Devon,  fil.  Gulielmi  Yen 
de  Otterton,  sacerd.  set.  19).  B.A.  4  Dec.  1632. 

Samuel  Wilks.  fH.  30  Oct.  1629  (Warwic.  fil.  Henrici 
Wilks  de  Weston,  sacerd.  aet.  17).  B.A.  1  March,  16-Jf. 
He  is  mentioned  in  the  Chamber  Book ;  but  it  is  not 
clear  what  room  he  occupied. 

Thomas  Whitefoote.  fK.  30  Oct.  1629  (Wigorn.  fil. 
Richardi  de  St.  Petro.  pleb.  set.  20).  He  is  mentioned 
in  the  Chamber  Book  ;  but  it  is  not  clear  what  room  he 
occupied. 

Thomas  Pattison.  M.  30  Oct.  1629  (Northumbr.  fil. 
Thomse  Pattison  de  Newcastle  super  Tine,  sic.  pleb. 
set.  19). 

John  Sander.  £H.  30  Oct.  1629  (Devon,  fil.  Stephani 
Sander  de  Broadninch,  pleb.  set.  18). 

Francis  Cole.  M.  30  Oct.  1629  (Devon,  fil  Johannis  Cole 
de  Cullumton,  gen.  set.  19). 


163O. 

Francis  Russell.  JfM.  1630  (fil.  Gulielmi  Russell,  eq.  et 
Bar.  Middlesex,  set.  14).  Jtt.  28  Jan.  1630  (as  above, 
hlius  lus).  <&M.  received  23  Sept.  1630,  restored 
26  Oct.  1632.  He  and  his  brother  William  were  placed 
at  Wadham  under  the  tutorship  of  John  Gauden. 

Sir    William    Russell    of   Clrippenham,    Carab.,   was   created 
Baronet  19  Jan.  16|f  :  Francis  Russell  was  the  eldest  son  by 


104  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1630. 

his  second  wife  (the  first  died  s.p.)  Elizabeth,  daughter  of 
Thomas  Gerard  of  Burwell,  Camb.  ;  succeeded  his  father  in 
the  title  ;  married  Catherine,  daughter  and  heiress  of  John 
Wheatly  of  Catsfield  (whose  relict  was  his  father's  third  wife). 

William  Russell.  Jf.<&.  1630  (frater  Francisci,  set.  13). 
m.  28  Jan.  1630  (as  his  brother,  films  2dus).  C.iB. 
received  23  Sept.  1630,  restored  11  May,  1635.  B.A. 
11  July,  1634. 

Sir  William  Eussell  of  St.  Edmunds  Bury,  was  knighted  ; 
famous  for  his  loyalty  ;  commonly  called  Black  Sir  William.  • 

Henry  Walrond,  JfM.  1630  (fil.  Gulielmi  Walrond  de 
Isle-brewer,  Somerset,  set.  20).  fH.  28  Jan.  1630  (as 
above,  fil.  lus,  de  Isle-brewers,  arm.).  CJft.  received 
7  Oct.  1630,  restored  10  July,  1632. 

William  Walrond.  $.<&.  1630  (frater  Henrici,  set.  18). 
IB.  (as  above,  filius  2dus).  (JLJH.  received  7  Oct.  1630, 
restored  14  Nov.  1632. 


John  Fullford.  OL  1630  (Devon.),  ffi.  22  April,  1631 
(Dorcestr.  fil.  3tius  Francisci  Fulford,  sic,  de  Whitchurch, 
militis,  aet.  19).  CJH.  received  5  April,  1630,  restored 
2  Oct.  1635.  B.A,  11  July,  1634. 

In  Holy  Orders,  died  vita  patr.,  buried  28  April,  1655,  at 
Dunsford  :  the  line  of  Fulfords  of  Great  Fulford  was  continued 
in  his  son  Francis.  (Hutchins,  II.  698.)  But  in  the  Visitation 
of  Devon,  1620,  he  is  described  as  aged  14. 

John  Willoughby.  <E.  1630  (Devon.).  <&M.  received 
1  Feb,  1629,  restored  12  July,  1631. 

Probably  son  and  heir  of  John  Willoughby  of  Peahembury 
(Visitation,  1620). 

Thomas  Neale.  OL  1630.  £H.  28  Jan.  1630  (Hampton, 
fil.  lus  Francisci  Neale  de  Borne,  mil.  set.  18).  C.l'H. 
received  5  April,  1630,  restored  4  Nov.  1631.  Lived  in 
the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber. 


1630.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  105 

Nicholas  Leachmore.  <£. 1630.  ffl.  28  Jan.  16f£  (Wigorn. 
fil.  Edmuridi  Leachmore  de  Hanlye,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH. 
received  as  <2L,  3  April,  1630,  restored  30  April,  but 
replaced  same  day ;  restored  17  Oct.  1631.  Elected  5* 
6  July,  1631  (Leashmore,  set.  17).  B.A.  14  Feb.  16-JJ . 
Lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains',  and 
in  the  North  Bay  Window. 

Sir  Nicholas  Lech  mere  of  Hanley  Castle,  knight,  was  one  of 
the  barons  of  the  Exchequer,  and  married  Penelope,  daughter 
of  Sir  Edwin  Sandys  of  Northbourn,  Kent,  and  had  issue 
whence  descend  the  present  baronets,  Lechmere. 

Francis  Coke.  4L  1630  (Cornub.).  m.  4  Nov.  1631  (fil. 
Johannis  Coke  de  St.  Erme,  gen.  set.  17).  &.JH.  received 
10  May,  1630,  restored  25  April,  1632. 

George  Nevill.     <£.  1630.     m.  28  Jan.  1630  (Bercher.  fil. 

3tius  Henrici  Nevili  de  Bedminster,  Somerset,  arm.  set. 

18).      &M.  received  11   May,  1630,  restored  23  April, 

1635.     B.A.  1  March,  IG-jiH. 

In  Visitation  of  Somerset,  1623,  he  appears  as  the  fourth 
surviving  son  of  Henry  Nevill  of  Bathweeke,  aged  11. 

Richard  Archdale.  OL  1630  (Londin.).  fft.  28  Jan.  1630 
(fil.  Richardi  Archdale  de  Londin.  gen.  set.  18).  C.i!B. 
received  2  June,  1630.  B.A.  (New  Inn  Hall)  29  April, 
1634.  B.C.L.  3  May,  1636.  Lived  as  B.A.  in  the 
Upper  Tower  Chamber. 

Thomas  Manning.  OL  1630.  fH.  28  Jan.  1630  (Devon, 
fil.  Johannis  Manning  de  Abbotsbury,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set. 
17).  &JH.  received  23  June,  1630,  restored  1  Aug. 
1631.  Elected  5>.  6  July,  1631  (when  he  is  described 
as  of  Harland,  Devon,  aged  17).  B.A.  5  Feb.  16ff 
M.A.  2  Dec.  1637.  Elected  1$.  6  July,  1637  (when  he 
is  described  as  of  Colompton  in  the  diocese  of  Exeter)  in 
place  of  William  Turner,  resigned.  There  is  no  notice 
of  his  admission  as  actual  Jf.,  but  he  signs  as  such 
1  Oct.  1638.  He  was  elected  Sub-Dean  1636,  1638  ; 
Moderator  of  Philosophy  1639.  On  3  May,  1641,  he 
had  leave  to  travel  for  three  years,  but  on  14  Jan.  16;}  H, 
he  signed  the  resolution  to  send  the  College  Plate  to  the 


106  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1630. 

King,  and  on  11  Feb.  16£f,  he  again  has  leave  to  travel. 
On  14  July,  1648,  he  was  reported  to  the  Committee  of 
Lords  and  Commons  for  not  appearing  before  the  Visitors. 
He  was  probably  expelled,  but  the  name  "  Manninge  " 
occurs  among  those  nominated  to  JJ/s  by  the  Visitors  in 
1648.  He  lived  in  the  North  Crest,  and  in  the  Chamber 
over  the  Gatehouse  which  he  vacated  17  Nov.  1640. 

Francis  Wells.     OL  1630.     |H.  28  Jan.  1630  (Londin.  fil. 
Johannis  Wells  de  Layton,  Bedf.  gen.  set.  16). 
received  27  Aug.  1630,  restored  23  Nov.  1632. 


Mr.  John  Gauden.  OL  1630  (Essex).  &M.  received  25  Sept. 
1630,  restored  14  July,  1634.  Educated  at  Bury 
St.  Edmunds,  and  at  St.  John's  College,  Cambridge,  where 
he  was  admitted  1618,  aged  19  (Essex,  son  of  John 
Gauden,  Dorcestr.).  B.A.  16ff.  M.A.  1626.  He  came 
to  Oxford  as  tutor  to  the  sons  of  Sir  William  Eussell 
(JfM.  1630),  whose  daughter  Elizabeth  (relict  of 
Edward  Lewknor  of  Denham,  Suffolk),  he  eventually 
married.  B.D.  22  July,  1635.  D.D.  8  July,  1641. 

He  was  son  of  Gauden  of  Mayland,  Essex,  born  1605,  and 
brother  to  Sir  Dennis  Gauden,  Sheriff  of  London,  1667  ; 
beneficed  at  Chippenham,  Cambridge.  Chaplain  to  Kobert, 
Earl  of  Warwick  ;  and  Rector  of  Brightwell,  Berks  ;  Dean  of 
Booking,  about  1642  ;  Preacher  at  the  Temple,  about  1659  ; 
Chaplain  in  Ordinary  to  Charles  II.  ;  Bishop  of  Exeter  3  Nov. 
1660  ;  translated  to  Worcester  23  May,  1662.  Died  20  Sept. 
1662  (19  Sept.  ace.  to  Smyth's  Obituary)  aged  57  (?),  and  was 
buried  in  the  Chapel  at  the  east  end  of  the  Choir  of  Worcester 
Cathedral. 

"A  very  comely  person,  a  man  of  vast  parts,  and  one  that 
had  been  strangely  improved  by  unwearied  labour."  (Wood.) 
He  was  author  of  many  sermons  and  controversial  works  in 
defence  of  the  Church  of  England  and  her  ministers,  and  of  a 
life  of  Hooker  prefixed  to  an  edition  of  his  works.  He  is  also 
the  reputed  author  of  EiKav  /Sao-iXtKJ;. 

"Edidit  quoque  libros  non  paucos,  eo  saltern  utiles  quod 
luculenter  ostendunt  eum  CIKOVOS  pao-iXiKrjs  non  fuisse  auctorem. 
Et  tamen  ventosus  homo  videri  voluit  quamvis  vero  auctori  nee 
similis  nee  secundus,  laudisque  et  famse  alienee  cupidus, 
perdidit  euam."  (Russel.) 


1630.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  107 

John  Grove.  (St.  1630  (Wilts).  M.  28  Jan.  1629  (Wilton 
fil.  Hugonis  Grove  de  Enford,  gen.  set.  19).  &JH.  re- 
ceived 8  Oct.  1630,  restored  31  July,  1633.  Lived  in 
Founder's  Chamber. 

Second  son  and  eventually  heir  of  Henry  Grove,  beheaded  for 
Penruddock's  Eebellion  in  1655. 

William  Grove.  (St.  1630  (Wilts).  M.  28  Jan.  1629 
(Wilton,  ut  supra,  set.  18).  C.fft.  received  8  Oct.  1630, 
restored  19  June,  1639.  B.A.  20  June,  1634,  when  he 
was  Junior  Collector.  M.A.  29  April,  1637.  Lived  in 
Founder's  Chamber,  and  as  B.A.  in  the  Middle  Chapel 
Chamber,  which  he  vacated  11  July,  1639. 

One  William  Grove  was  domestic  Chaplain  to  Bishop  Davenant 
of  Salisbury.  Hector  of  Foul  shot,  Wilts ;  turned  out  1644  ; 
but  restored,  and  died  1666.  Prebendary  of  North  Grantham 
(Sarum)  29  May,  1662—1666. 

James   Kent.       (St.    1630   (Londin.).      ffl.  28   Jan.    1630 

(Londin.  fil.  Jacobi  Kent,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received 

26  Jan.  1630,   restored  10  Dec.  1632.  Lived  in  the 
Middle  Chapel  Chamber. 

James  Tryon.  (St.  1630.  ffl.  14  Jan.  16ff  (Londin.  fil. 
3tius  Moses  Tryon  de  Hallyngworth,  i.e.  Harringworth, 
in  com.  Northampt.  arm.  set.  18).  (&M.  received  (no 
date),  restored  10  Nov.  1632. 

Moses  Tryan  of  London  was  son  and  heir  of  Peter  Tryan,  a 
"duche"  man  (Visitation  of  Essex,  1612). 


Timothy  De  Leane.  33.  1630.  m.  10  Dec.  1629  (Delene, 
Warwic.  fil.  Timothei  De  Lene  de  Ashoe,  sacerd.  set. 
18).  &JH.  received  17  June,  1630,  restored  19  July, 
1631. 

John  Palmer.  IS.  1630  (Somerset.).  f«,  13  May,  1631 
(fil.  Johannis  Palmer  de  Trull,  pleb.  set.  19).  CJff. 
received  7  May,  1630 ;  subsequently  entered  as  (St.  on 
paying  £1  more.  B.A.  14  Feb.  16JJ.  M.A.  13  Oct. 
1636. 


108  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1630. 

John  White.  1$.  1630.  fll.  28  Jan.  1630  (Wigorn.  fil. 
Gulielmi  White  de  Shipston,  pleb.  get.  16).  C.fft.  re- 
ceived as  4L  21  June,  1630,  restored  8  Feb.  1631  ; 
replaced  8  Nov.  1633,  restored  again  23  March,  16ff, 
Lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'. 

Robert  Ellis.  33.  1630  (Devon.).  »  28  Jan.  1630  (fil. 
Roberti  Ellis  de  St.  Mary  Autrey,  i.e.  Ottery,  pleb.  set. 
17).  &.fft.  received  23  July,  1630,  restored  9  Oct.  1633. 
Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn. 

John  Middleton.  13.  1630.  |K.  28  Jan.  1630  (Somerset. 
fil.  Roberti  Middleton  de  Currey  Rivell,  pleb.  set.  17). 
&M.  received  23  Oct.  1630,  restored  15  July,  1633. 
Lived  in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber. 


Robert  Grove.  C.Jft.  received  8  Feb.  1630,  restored 
11  July,  1633.  m.  4  Nov.  1631  (Wilton,  fil.  Hugonis 
Grove  de  Chessanbury,  gen.  set.  18). 

John  Coles.  <&M.  received  as  (ft.  or  JfM.  ult.  Feb.  1630, 
restored  2  Dec.  1632:  see  also  16ff.  Lived  in  the 
Middle  Chapel  Chamber. 


John  Burford.     M.  28  Jan.  1630  (Somerset,  fil.  Edwardi 
Burford  de  Ivey.  pleb.  set.  18).     B.A.  5  July,  1636. 

Possibly  John  Burford,  Vicar  of  Lufton,  Somerset,  24  Oct.  1660. 

Timothy  Batt.     fH.  28  Jan.  1630  (Somerset,  fil.  Roberti 
Batt  de  Streete,  pleb.  set.  17). 


William  Smith.     B.A.  (Wadham)  26  June,  1630. 

William  Elmhurst.  ftt.  University,  1  July,  1626  (Ebor.  fil. 
Roberti  Elmhurst  de  Darfull,  i.e.  Darfield,  set.  18).  B.A. 
(Wadham)  19  Feb.  16ff  M.A.  23  Oct.  1633.  Sir 
Elm  hirst  appears  to  have  succeeded  Mr.  Smyth  (see 


1630-31.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  109 

1617)  as  Chaplain;  and  to  have  taken  over  the  Upper 
Chaplain's  Chamber,  and  paid  a  sum  to  the  College  for 
Mr.  Smyth's  debt. 

Second  son  of  Robert  Elmhurst  of  Houndhill.  Vicar  of 
Ledsham,  York,  1636.  Died  and  was  buried  at  Ledsham 
7  Jan.  1638. 

Henry  Clay.       M.A.    (Wadham)    15   April,    1630.       B.A. 
(Magdalen  Hall)  1  June,  1627. 

Henry    Walkenden.        M.A.    (Wadham)    9    July,    1630. 
B.A.  (Trinity)  11  Feb.  16fJ. 


1631. 

Benjamin  Devenish.  Elected  &.  7  July,  1631  (of  Brad- 
ford, Dorset,  aged  18).  B.A.  4  Dec.  1632.  M.A.  6  July, 
1638.  "Amotus  et  expulsus"  11  May,  1635  "for 
manifest  notorious  and  frequent  contempt  and  violation 
of  his  oath." 

Bartholomew  Michell.  Elected  £.  7  July,  1631  (of 
Lanford,  Somerset,  aged  17).  B.A.  16  Dec.  1636.  On 
4  Dec.  1633,  he  was  "privatus  omni  convictu  per 
mensem  "  for  climbing  the  College  Walls  on  29  Nov. 


Edward  Rous.  OL  1631  (Wigorn.).  C.fft.  received  5  May, 
1631,  restored  5  July,  1632.  But  Dominus  Rous,  senior, 
replaced  his  C.fH.  7  Aug.  1640,  and  it  was  taken  up  for 
Battels  10  Dec.  1647. 

Probably  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Kous  of  Rous  Lench,  by  Hester, 
daughter  of  Sir  Thomas  Temple  of  Burton  Dorset,  Warwick. 


John  Rous.      (ft.  1631   (Wigorn.).     £.fm.  received  5  May, 
1631,  restored  5  July,  1632.    But  Dominus  Rous,  junior, 
replaced  his  C.JH.  7  Aug.  1640,  and  it  was  taken  up  for 
Battels  10  Dec.  1647. 
Brother  of  the  above. 


110  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1631. 

Philip  Chanon.     OL  1631  (Devon.).     fH.  4  Nov.  1631  (fil. 

Richardi  Chanon  de  Talerton,  gen.  set.  17).    (&.M.  received 

12  July,  1631,  restored  28  Sept.  1633. 

Philip  Chanon,  son  and  heir  of  Kichard  Chanon  of  Talliton, 
was  aged  8  in  1620,  according  to  the  Visitation. 

Humphrey  Hyde.  <&.  1631  (Berks.),  m.  22  Aug.  1631 
(Bercher.  fil.  Richardi  Hyde  de  Wicke,  arm.  aet.  15). 
C.jm.  received  13  Oct.  1631,  restored  23  Aug.  1634. 

Sutton  Wicke  is  a  hamlet  of  Sutton  Courtenay. 

William  Weston.  (St.  1631  (Devon.).  JR.  4  Nov.  1631  (fil. 
Gulielmi  Weston  de  Axminster,  gen.  set.  17).  dT.ilH. 
received  25  Sept..  1631,  restored  13  Nov.  1634. 

The  father  appears  in  the  Visitation  of  1620,  but  not  the  son. 

Hugh  Claxton.  OL  1631  (Somerset.).  CJK.  received 
16  Feb.  1631,  restored  25  March,  1634.  Lived  in 
Founder's  Chamber. 

Hugh  Claxton  was  son  and  heir  of  William  Claxton  of 
Bedminster,  aged  7  in  1623. 

Francis  Bampfield.     (St.  1631  (Devon.),    n.  16  May,  1634 

(fil.  3tius  Johannis  Bampfield  de  Portimon,  arm.  set.  18). 

B.A.   (Baynfield)  4  July,   1635.      M.A.  7  April,  1638. 

Vacated   his   Study   in    the    Upper    Chapel    Chamber 

9  April,  1640. 

He  was  at  first  a  Cavalier,  and  had  the  rectory  of  Rampisham, 
Dorset,  1640 ;  but  subsequently  became  minister  of  Sherborne 
1653,  from  which  he  was  ejected  in  1662.  Prebendary  of 
Exeter  15  May,  1641,  deprived  1662. 

"He  was  first  a  churchman,  then  a  presbyterian,  afterwards 
an  independent,  or  at  least  a  sider  with  them,  and  at  length 
almost  a  compleat  Jew."  (Wood.) 

He  wrote  a.  work  in  favour  of  the  observance  of  the  Jewish 
Sabbath,  and  others  in  which  he  endeavoured  to  base  all 
knowledge  upon  the  Bible.  Finally  on  24  Feb.  1682,  he  was 
committed  to  Newgate  for  refusing  to  take  the  oaths,  and  being 
indicted  on  18  Jan.  1683,  was  found  guilty. 


1631.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  Ill 

"He  died  in  Newgate  16  Feb.  1683,  aged  70,  and  was  buried 
in  the  Anabaptist  burying  ground  in  Glasshouse  Yard, 
Aldersgate  Street."  (Wood,  Ath.  IV.  126.) 

William  Bone.  OL  1631  (Devon.),  fff.  29  May,  1635  (fil. 
Ambrosii  Bone  de  Poltmore,  sacerd.  set.  19).  C.fft, 
received  7  Nov.  1631,  restored  13  April,  1636.  B.A. 
4  July,  1635.  Vacated  his  Study  in  the  Middle  Hall 
Chamber,  16  April,  1636. 

William  Bone,  buried  in  Farringdon   church,   Devon,   died 
1653. 

Arthur  Monke.  <£.  1631  (Devon.).  &.fft.  received 
26  Nov.  1631,  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647.  B.A. 
11  July,  1634.  M.A.  6  May,  1637.  Lived  in  the  Upper 
Chapel  Chamber  till  9  July,  1640. 

Probably  fourth  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Monk  of  Powdridge,  aged 
5  in  1620,  and  brother  of  Nicholas  Monk  1628. 


Henry  Stacye  (Stracye).  $3.  1631  (Essex.).  M.  1  July, 
1631  (Stacye,  fil.  Henrici  Stacye  de  Neatswell,  pleb.  set. 
17).  £.fH.  received  13  June,  1631,  restored  1  July,  1631. 
Elected  g>.  6  July,  1631  (of  Lapton,  Essex,  aged  17). 
Lived  in  the  South  Bay  Window.  He  had  his  grace  for 
B.A.  19  June,  1635,  but  does  not  appear  to  have 
graduated ;  he  died  on  4  July,  1635,  and  was  buried  at 
the  South  end  of  the  Outer  Chapel,  where  there  was  a 
stone  with  H.  S.,  obiit  4  July,  1635. 

John  Devenish.  1$.  1631.  M.  4  Nov.  1631  (Somerset,  fil. 
Johannis  Devenish  de  Bridgwater,  sacerd.  set.  17). 
e.lB.  received  2  Nov.  1631,  restored  5  Oct.  1632.  One 
Devenish  lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn. 

Thomas  Coxe.  1$.  1631.  fH.  4  Nov.  1631  (Somerset,  fil. 
Thomse  Coxe  de  Sutton  Mallet,  pleb.  set.  16).  C.ift.  re- 
ceived 2  Nov.  1631,  restored  28  Sept.  1632.  Lived  in 
the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn. 

Fohn  Tompson.     i3.  1631.     C.ffl.  received  25  Aug.  1631, 
restored  20  June,  1632. 


112  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1631. 

John  Puller.     dLfft.  received  as  $$.  29  Nov.  1(531,  restored 
26  Oct.  1632. 


William  Brockis.  fH.  21  Oct.  1631  (Devon,  fil.  Abraham 
Brockis  de  Axminster,  pleb.  set.  20). 

Robert  Blake,  m.  4  Nov.  1631  (Devon,  fil.  Ellas  Blake  de 
East  Auster,  sacerd.  set.  19). 

Humfrey  Barbur.  JH,  4  Nov.  1631  (Hereford,  fil.  Thomas 
Barbur  de  Edueine,  i.e.  Edvin,  sacerd.  set.  16). 

John  Powell.  fH.  4  Nov.  1631  (Somerset,  fil.  Gulielmi 
Powell  de  Taunton,  pleb.  set.  17).  Elected  S>.  10  July, 
1634  (aged  19  next  Jan.) ;  his  grace  for  B.A.  was  granted 
19  Oct.  1635.  M.A.  6  June,  1638.  Lived  as  B.A.  in 
College  Chamber.  Elected  Moderator  Novse  Classis, 
Dec.  1637,  but  died  before  7  Sept.  1638,  when  Bartlett 
was  elected  (Sub-Dean  according  to  the  Convention 
Book)  in  place  of  Powell  "  nuper  mortui." 

Thomas  Bishop.  fK.  4  Nov.  1631  (Gloucestr.  fil.  Thomas 
Bishop  de  Glocestria,  pleb.  set.  18).  Elected  S»  5  July, 
1632  (when  he  is  described  as  of  St.  Aldat,  Gloc.,  aged 
about  17).  B.A.  4  July,  1635.  He  was  elected  Moderator 
Novse  Classis  1636,  and  Sub-Dean,  1637.  Lived  in  the 
North  Bay  Window.  He  died  9  Jan.  1638,  and  was 
buried  at  the  South  End  of  the  Outer  Chapel,  where 
there  was  a  stone  marked  T.  B.  There  is  still  on  the 
floor  of  the  Ante-chapel  a  halfstone  with  a  rude  shield 
on  it,  and  an  inscription : 

B 

IT.  9° 
VA. 

the  upper  quarter  of  the  other  half  being  in   another 
part : 

T 
OB 


1631-32.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  113 

George   Albert!.      Created  M.A.  17  Dec.   1631;    he  was 

formerly  a  Student  of  the  University  of  Heidelberg,  but 
had  been  lately  expelled  in  consequence  of  the  wars  in 
that  country.  (Wood  F.,  I.  464.) 


1632. 

Gerard   Croker.       JfM.   1632   (Oxon.).      <£.»   received 
25  March,  1632,  restored  6  May,  1633. 

Second  son  of   John  Croker  of   Hokenorton,   described  as 
"miles"  (Visitation,  1634). 


John  White.  OL  1632  (Dorcestr.).  £.»  received  8  Feb 
1631,  restored  1  Oct.  1633.  Apparently  not  the  same  as 
John  White  1630. 

Henry  Masye.  OL  1632  (Somerset.).  fft.  7  Dec.  1632  (fil. 
Henrici  Masye  de  Temple- Combe,  sacerd.  set.  17).  C.|H. 
received  8  Feb.  1631,  restored  9  Oct.  1633. 

Possibly  son  of  Henry  Masye  1613. 

John  Masye.  OL  1632  (Somerset.).  |H.  16  May,  1634  (fil. 
Henrici  Masye  de  Temple-Combe,  sacerd.  set.  15).  (E.fH. 
received  8  Feb.  1631,  restored  15  April,  1636,  but  re- 
placed 16  Aug.  1639,  and  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec. 
1647.  B.A.  20  Feb.  16f|.  M.A.  28  April,  1640.  Lived 
in  the  Second  North  Chamber,  and  took  possession  of 
the  Middle  Hall  Chamber  16  Nov.  1639. 

Francis  Coxe.  <£.  1632  (Somerset.).  C.ffl.  received 
16  Feb.  1631,  restored  18  Dec.  1632. 

Richard  Estcott.  <&.  1632  (Cornub.).  C.fH.  received 
23  Feb.  1631,  restored  16  May,  1634. 

Kichard  Estcott,  eldest  son  of  John  Estcott  of  Laimceston,  was 
aged  6  in  1620. 

I 


114  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1632. 

Robert  Lawe.  <E.  1632  (Devon.),  fa.  29  April,  1636  (fil. 
Robert!  Lawe  de  Exeter,  gen.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received 
15  March,  1631,  restored  15  July,  1634.  B.A.  5  July, 
1636.  He  vacated  the  Study  towards  the  Town  in 
Founder's  Chamber,  1  April,  1637. 

Henry  Cuffe.  OL  1632  (Wilts.).  4CJK.  received  11  April, 
1632,  restored  9  Oct.  1633. 

Nicholas  Cuffe  was  a  witness  to  the  Foundress'  Will. 

John  Trosse.     OL  1632  (Devon.),     jja.   10   Oct.  1634  (fil. 

Johannis  Trosse  de  Powderham,  gen.  set.  19).     4D.ilH.  re- 

ceived  8  May,    1632,   restored    13  April,  1636.      B.A. 

20  Feb.  16ff  .     Lived  in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber  till 

1636. 

John  Trosse  was  curate  of  Ash  combe,  Devon,  during  the  re- 
bellion, and  subsequently  vicar  of  Dawlish  3  Feb.  1661,  died 
4  Jan.  16ff,  aged  58. 

John  Boyse.  (&.  1632  (Somerset.).  (!LfH.  received  15  May, 
1632,  restored  28  Sept.  1633. 

Probably  John  Boyse,  son  of  John  Boyse  of  Oldstock,  aged  9 
in  1623. 

William  Northey.  OL  1632  (Londin.).  M.  13  June,  1634 
(fil.  Thomas  Northey  de  London,  gen.  set.  18).  (£.£K.  re- 
ceived 23  June,  1632,  restored  20  Jan.  1633.  Lived  in 
the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber. 

Son  of  Thomas  Northey  of  Oldford,  gent,  barrister  at  law  of 

the  Middle  Temple,  and  Steward  of  the  Manor  of  Hackney  ; 

died,  and  was  there  buried  6  Oct.  1683.      (Le  Neve's  Knights, 

478.) 


Alexander   Hill.      OL    1632   (Somerset.).      «H.   received 
12  July,  1632,  restored  2  Oct.  1633. 

Probably  son  of  Robert  Hill  of  Holly  land,  Taunton  (Visitation, 
1623). 

Hichard   Porter.      4L    1632   (Warwic.).       &.fft.   received 
20  Sept.  1632,  restored  10  Oct.  1633. 


1632.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  115 


Josias  Clarke.  13.  1632.  C.fH.  received  23  June,  1632, 
restored  26  Oct.  1632. 

Nathaniel  Frencham.  13.  1632.  fH.  12  Oct.  1632 
(Dorcestr.  fil.  Edvardi  Frencham  de  Cumpton,  pleb.  set. 
18).  (JLfH.  received  (no  date),  restored  1  April,  1634. 

John  Norris.  ft.  1632.  CJS.  received  9  Oct.  1632, 
restored  25  June,  1636.  Lived  in  the  Bottom  Chambei 
under  the  Chaplains'. 

Andrew  Alane.  13.  1632.  m.  26  June,  1632  (Somerset. 
fil.  Henrici  Alane  de  Wells,  sacerd.  set.  20).  (£.fft.  re- 
ceived 15  Nov.  1632,  restored  5  Dec.  1634.  His  name 
also  appears  among  the  (ft.'s  of  this  year.  On  4  Dec. 
1633,  he  and  another  were  "privati  omni  convictu  per 
mensem  "  for  scaling  the  College  walls  on  29  Nov. 


John  Manningham.     13.   1632.     (£JK.  received  24  Nov. 
1632,  restored  25  July,  1634. 


Thomas  Morton.  C.IH.  received  as  (ft.  or  JF.<£.  24  June, 
1632,  restored  18  Oct.  1633.  Lived  in  the  Bottom 
Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'. 

Joseph  Peace  (Pease).  £H.  13  June,  1634  (Somerset,  fil. 
Gulielmi  Peace  de  Busted,  sic.  sacerd.  set.  18).  CJH.  re- 
ceived as  13.  4  May,  1632,  restored  17  Oct.  1634.  B.A. 
20  Feb.  16ff.  On  24  May,  1635  (?)  Dominus  Pease  (of 
Essex)  paid  (JT.fH.  as  (&.  which  appears  to  have  been 
restored  21  May,  1637.  Lived  in  Founder's  Chamber, 
which  he  vacated  12  July,  1637. 

John  Bond.  fm.  12  Oct.  1632  (Somerset,  fil.  Johannis  Bond 
de  Chard,  pleb.  set.  20).  OLfH.  received  20  June,  1632, 
restored  28  April,  1637.  B.A.  3  July,  1633.  B.C.L. 
11  Dec.  1634.  Mr.  Bond  vacated  the  Study  towards  the 
College  in  the  South  Crest  12  Jan.  1636. 

I  2 


116  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1632-33 

Thomas  Ladr  (?  Larder).     B.A.  (Wadham)  5  July,  1632. 
Thomas  Hunt.     B.A.  (Wadham)  4  Dec.  1632. 


1633. 

John  Clopton.     Elected  &,  30  June,  1633 ;  but  apparently 
he  was  never  admitted,  nor  did  he  fH.  or  reside. 

The  Cloptons  are  an  Essex  family,  but  I  cannot  identify  this 
John. 


Robert  Phelippes.  Jf.<&.  1633  (Somerset.).  fH.  24  Oct. 
1634  (fil.  Roberti  Phelippes  de  Montecute,  mil.  set.  15). 
CJH.  received  29  Oct.  1633,  restored  7  Oct.  1637.  B.A. 
15  Feb.  16ff  Lived  in  the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber. 

Second  son  of  Robert  Phelippes,  aged  5  in  1623,  and  brother 
of  Edward  Phelippes  1628. 

Thomas  Bridges.  $M.  1633  (Somerset.).  C.fH.  received 
6  Sept.  1633,  restored  21  March,  1635. 


John  Dennys.      Jf.<&.  1633  (Gloucestr.).      &M.  received 
6  Sept.  1633,  restored  14  Jan.  1634. 

Probably  son  and  heir  of  Henry  Dennys  of  Pulcherchurch 
(Pucklechurch),  aged  6  in  1623. 


Francis  Hungerford.  (ft.  1633.  fH.  13  June,  1634 
(Wilton,  fil.  Johannis  Hungerford  de  Cadnam,  gen.  set. 
18).  £.£«.  received  22  Jan.  1632,  restored  16  Jan.  1635. 
Lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'. 

Fifth  son,  aged  7  in  1623,  born  3  April,  1617;   afterwards 
M.D.  of  Heading,  Berks. 


1633.] 


WARDEN     SMITH. 


117 


Richard  Henning.      4L   1633. 
1633,  restored  23  Jan.  1634. 


.fH.  received  ult.  Feb. 


William  Bonner.  OL  1633.  KM.  received  22  June,  1633, 
restored  11  July,  1634.  Henry,  sic,  Bonner  lived  in  the 
Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn. 

Henry  and  William  were  sons  of  Henry  Bonner  of  South 

Petherton,  Somerset,  aged  7  and  5  in  1623. 

Richard  Martin.  (ft.  1633  (Devon.).  £H.  29  May,  1635 
(fil.  Thomse  Martin  de  Exeter,  gen.  set.  18).  GT.fH.  re- 
ceived 16  April,  1633.  B.A.  31  Oct.  1636.  M.A.  3  July, 
1639.  His  (£.£H.  was  laid  out  for  his  Act  supper,  and 
supplied  by  himself  again  in  2  March,  1639,  restored 
20  May,  1641.  Lived  in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber. 

Christopher  Overtoil,  (ft.  1633  (Somerset.).  fH.  16  May, 
1634  (fil.  Gulielmi  Overtoil  de  Bab  Gary,  gen.  set.  18). 
CJH.  received  25  May,  1633,  restored  20  July,  1639. 
B.A.  15  Feb.  16f-£.  Vacated  the  right  hand  Study  in 
the  Bottom  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'  22  Dec. 
1637. 


Third  son  of  "William  Overton,  aged  7  in  1623. 

Sampson  Longe.  (ft.  1633  (Devon.).  C.fH.  received 
21  July,  1633,  restored  25  July,  1634. 

William  Godwin,  (ft.  1633  (Somerset.).  &M.  received 
29  Oct.  1633,  restored  11  July,  1634;  replaced  21  Oct. 
1634,  again  restored  24  Jan.  16ff. 

One  William  Godwin  fft,  at  Magdalen  Hall  12  Dec.  1628  (fil. 

Koberti  Godwin  de  Draycott,  set.  16). 

Thomas  Higham.  (ft.  1633  (Somerset.).  C.ffl.  received 
21  Nov.  1633,  restored  24  Nov.  1635. 

Probably  sixth  son  of  Edward  Higham  of   Echingham,  and 
brother  of  Edward  Higham  1628. 

Henry  Bartlet.  &.  1633.  ffl.  16  May,  1634  (Dorcestr.  fil. 
Johannis  Bartlet  de  Mayden  Newton,  pleb.  :i't.  1C.  . 


118  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1633. 

Elected  &.  2  July,  1635  when  he  is  described  as  "of 
London,  aged  18  last  June.  B  A.  16  Feb.  16ff.  M.A. 
(Thomas  Bartlet)  7  July,  1640.  Wood  says  that  he  was 
elected  Jf.  probably  :J5.  1644,  when  the  Chamber  Book 
has  this  entry  in  Upper  Tower  Chamber,  "  1644,  Mr. 
Bartlett,  ff. ;  but  he  does  not  appear  among  the  jF.'s 
admitted  2  July,  1644,  and  there  is  no  record  of  the 
admission  in  1645.  Elected  Moderator  Novae  Classis 
(the  Convention  Book  says  Sub-Dean)  vice  Powell  de- 
ceased 7  Sept.  1638  ;  but  does  not  appear  again  among  the 
College  officers  elected  up  to  the  gap  in  the  Convention 
Book,  which  begins  6  April,  1648.  He  had  leave  of 
absence  till  Christmas  from  11  Nov.  1642;  again  on 
14  Dec.  1643  till  Easter;  on  24  Dec.  1644  till  Easter. 
He  submitted  to  the  Visitors,  29  Sept.  1648,  "  These 
are  to  certify  that  I,  Henry  Bartlet,  Master  of  Arts,  and 
of  the  Society  of  Wadham  Coll  edge,  doe  cheerfully  sub- 
mitt  unto  the  power  of  Parliament  in  this  present 
Visitation."  He  appears  in  the  character  of  Sub- Warden, 
admitting  six  Fellows  intruded  by  the  Visitors  on  5  Feb. 
1648 :  also  he  admits  John  Hobson  intruded  as  Chaplain 
6  July,  1649.  He  is  among  the  jF.'s  enumerated  in  a 
decree  about  wood  money,  17  July,  1650  :  and  on  3  July, 
1651,  W.  Pope  has  an  order  for  a  ,-ff.  vacant  by  the  free 
resignation  of  Bartlet.  Lived  in  Founder's  Chamber. 


Thomas  Hughes.      !S.   1633  (Gloucestr.).      m.  22  Nov. 
1633  (fil.  Thomae  Hughes  de  Farmington,  sacerd.  set.  20). 
.  received  24  May,  1633,  restored  30  April,  1634. 


Edward  Searle.  13.  1633  (Essex.).  M.  28  Nov.  1634  (fil. 
Johannis  Searle  de  Eping,  pleb.  set.  18).  (£.JH.  received 
14  May,  1633,  restored  11  July,  1636.  Vacated  his 
rooms,  the  Second  North  Chamber,  4  July,  1636.  B.A. 
21  Nov.  1643.  M.A.  6  July,  1648.  Under  date 
14  July,  1648,  he  is  entered  as  writing,  "  I  doe  humbly 
submitt  to  the  authority  of  Parliament  in  this  present 
Visitation."  He  was  appointed  ^F.  of  Exeter,  and 
Moderator  in  Chapel  10  Aug.  1648,  and  "assistant  to 
the  number  of  Delegates  formerly  chosen  by  the 


1633-34.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  119 


Visitors  "  13  Aug.  1649.     Vacated  his  Jf.  by  marriage, 


Samuel  Locket.     13.  1633.     C.fH.  received  20  May,  1633, 

restored  4  June,  1635.     Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber 
in  Buller's  Inn. 

Samuel  Watkins.     13.  1633. 

William  Rowles.  13.  1633.  (JT.ffl.  received  20  Feb.  1633, 
restored  18  Dec.  1634. 

John  Parsons.  13.  1633.  m.  24  Oct.  1634  (Somerset,  fil. 
Roberti  Parsons  de  Decumans,  sacerd.  aet.  19).  Elected 
Sb.  10  July,  1634  (of  St.  Decumans,  aged  19).  B.A. 
4  July,  1637.  M.A.  7  July,  1640.  Admitted  J. 
30  June,  1640  (there  is  no  note  of  Probationers  in  1639). 
Elected  Librarian  1640  ;  Humanity  Lecturer  1641.  He 
had  leave  of  absence  on  11  Nov.  1642  to  Christmas, 
again  on  2  Dec.  till  8  Jan.  ;  and  on  14  Jan.  he  signed 
the  resolution  to  surrender  the  College  Plate  for  the 
King's  use.  Lived  in  College  Chamber. 


Mr.    John  Mathews.       C.fH.  received    as    (ft.    or 
12  Aug.  1633,  restored  17  April,  1637. 
Possibly  the  same  as  John  Mathews  16^4. 


1634. 

Thomas  More.     Jf.dt.  1634. 

Probably  son  and  heir  of  Thomas  More  of  Heytesbury,  Wilts, 
born  1617  ;  afterwards  of  Hawkchurch  and  Spargrove,  Dorset. 
"  M.P.    for    Heytesbury  ;    died    6.    Aug.    1695,   aged    78." 
(Hutchins,  IV.  47.) 

Gasper  More.     JF.OL  1634. 

Jasper  More,  brother  of  the  above. 


120  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1634. 

Mr.  William  Higgins.     jF.(ft.  1634. 

Calvert  Wright.  JfM.  1634  ;  films  natu  maximum  Robert! 
Wright,  primi  hujus  Collegii  Gardiani  (see  1613),  nunc 
autem  Coventrise  et  Lichfield  Episcopi.  £H.  2  Dec.  1634 
(Bercher.  fil.  unigenitus  Reverendi  Patris  Roberti,  Cov.  et 
Lich.  Epi,  set.  14).  B.A.  15  Feb.  16ff  Wright's 
sprigg  salt,  weighing  over  35^-  oz.  was  among  the  Plate 
sacrificed  to  the  Royal  Cause  in  16ff. 

He  was  baptised  at  Sonning  of  which,  his  father  was  Vicar  in 
1620.  He  inherited  the  manor  of  Newnham  Courtney,  Oxon. 
from  his  father  ;  but  ran  through  his  property,  and  died  in  a 
mean  condition  in  the  King's  Bench  Prison  in  South wark  in 
the  winter  of  1666.  (Wood,  Ath.  IV.  801.) 


William  Browne,     (ft.  1634  (Essex.).     £.|H.  received  ult. 
Feb.  1633,  restored  25  June,  1636. 


John  Foyle.  (JD.  1634.  C.fm.  received  11  March,  1633, 
restored  7  March,  1636.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Chapel 
Chamber  till  10  March,  1636. 

Possibly  eldest  son  of  John  Foyle  of  Hants  (Visitation,  1634). 

Richard  Chiverton.  (ft.  1634  (Cornub.).  CJW.  received 
22  March,  1633,  restored  12  July,  1636.  Lived  in 
Middle  Hall  Chamber  in  1636. 

Richard  Chiverton,  son  and  heir  of  Henry  Chiverton  of 
Trehunsey  was  aged  4  in  1620.  Lord  Mayor  of  London  1658, 
knighted  12  Oct.  1663. 

Anthony  Nourse.  (ft.  1634  (Gloucestr.).  £H.  25  June,  1634 
(fil.  Edvardi  Nourse  de  Glocester,  arm.  set.  17).  (£.iJH. 
received  18  May,  1634,  restored  8  July,  1635.  Elected 
g>.  2  July,  1635  (aged  17  last  Nov.).  B.A.  6  June, 
1638.  M.A.  8  July,  1641.  Admitted  JF.  2  July,  1641 
(of  St.  Michael's  Gloucester).  Elected  Moderator  Novas 
Class.  1638;  Sub-Dean  1640  ;  Humanity  Lecturer  1642, 
1644  ;  Bursar  1643  ;  Librarian  1645,  1646;  Dean  1647. 


1634.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  121 

He  had  leave  of  absence  11  Nov.  1642  till  Christmas,  on 
2  Dec.  till  8  Jan.,  and  on  7  Jan.  till  Easter  1643.  On 
14  Jan.  1643,  he  signed  the  resolution  to  surrender  the 
College  Plate  to  the  King.  He  had  leave  again  30  June, 
1645  till  Michaelmas;  11  Nov.  till  Christmas;  30  Dec. 
till  Easter;  30  March,  1646  to  29  June;  30  June  till 
Michaelmas;  and  again  6  Dec.  M.B.  and  M.D.  14  June, 
1651.  He  appears  to  have  been  deprived  of  his  JF.  in 
1650  ;  for  in  1651  there  are  fifteen  Fellows  without  him ; 
but  on  9  Oct.  1651,  he  was  restored  to  his  Jf.  by  the 
Committee  for  the  Reform  of  the  Universities ;  and  sub- 
sequently presented  a  petition  for  payment  of  arrears, 
stating  that  he  had  refused  to  serve  in  the  King's  army, 
but  had  lived  in  the  garrison  at  Gloucester :  and  on 
6  Nov.  1651,  he  obtained  an  order  that  all  arrears 
should  be  paid.  He  was  Sub- Warden  at  Whitsuntide, 
1653;  and  apparently  vacated  his  Jf.  in  1654,  as  his 
name  does  not  appear  in  the  accounts  after  that  year.  He 
lived  in  the  North  Bay  Window,  and  in  the  South  Crest 
Under-Chamber  as  B.A. ;  and  appears  to  have  lived  in 
the  Second  Middle  Chamber  from  the  Hall,  from  1640 
to  2  Oct.  1650 ;  and  also  to  have  had  the  Cockloft  over 
the  South  Bay,  and  on  23  Nov.  1643,  the  Cockloft  over 
the  Clarke's  Chamber. 

Charles  Roscarrock.  (ft.  1634.  (£JH.  received  5  June, 
1634,  restored  17  Oct.  1634. 

Son  and  heir  of  Charles  Roscarrock  of  Roscarrock,  Cornwall  ; 
baptised  at  Endellion,  8  May,  1614,  buried  at  Egloshayle, 
6  Oct.  1665  (Maclean,  Trigg  Minor,  I.  562).  He  was  a  strong 
Royalist  and  a  Commissioner  for  Cornwall  1645,  and  com- 
pounded for  his  estates  ;  he  died  s.p.m. 

William  Barnes.  4L  1634  (Wigorn.).  »  7  Nov.  1634 
(fil.  Gulielmi  Barnes  de  Talton,  gen.  set.  16).  C.|H. 
received  10  June,  1634,  restored  2  Sept.  1636. 

Nathaniel  Jones.  OL  1634.  C.fH.  received  28  June, 
1634,  restored  4  Oct.  1636.  Apparently  he  lived  in 
Founder's  Chamber. 


122  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1634. 

George  Bowdich.     <£.  1634  (Devon.).     £H.  7  Nov.  1634 
(Dorcestr.  fil.  Georgii  Bowdich  de  Axe,  sacerd.  set.  18). 
.  received  19  July,  1634,  restored  21  June,  1636. 


Edward  Dirdo.  (ft.  1634  (Dorcestr.).  <2LiIH.  received 
15  July,  1634,  restored  9  Aug.  1637.  Lived  in  the 
Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'. 

Edward,   second  son   of    Christopher   Dirdo    of    Gillingham 
(Visitation,  1623). 

Thomas  Barnes.  OL  1634.  &JK.  received  13  Oct.  1634, 
restored  24  Nov.  1635  ;  replaced  following  17  Feb.,  again 
restored  29  April,  1636  ;  on  which  day  he  vacated  the 
Study  towards  the  College  in  the  Chamber  under  the 
Chaplains'. 

Richard  Burbidge.  (ft.  1*634  (Dorcestr.).  m.  7  Nov.  1634 
(fil.  Roberti  Burbidge  de  Starminster  Newton  Castle, 
arm.  set.  17).  C.ilH.  received  17  Oct.  1634,  restored 
20  July,  1638.  B.A.  2  Dec.  1637.  Lived  in  the  South 
Crest  till  March,  1636,  and  in  Founder's  Chamber  from 
March,  1636  to  Dec.  1638. 

Thomas  Hawke.  (ft.  1634  (Cornub.).  OD.iJH.  received 
25  Feb.  1634,  restored  8  Jan.  1635. 

Thomas  Hawke,  second  son  of  Nicholas  Hawke  of  Treriven, 
was  aged  3  in  1620,  and  brother  of  Kichard  Hawke  1616. 


Samuel  Prigg.  33.  1634  (Somerset.),  m.  10  Oct.  1634 
(fil.  Richardi  Prigg  de  Kingsburie,  sacerd.  set.  16).  C.fH. 
received  5  Feb.  1633,  restored  30  July,  1635.  Elected 
&.  2  July,  1635  (aged  17  next  Jan.).  B.A.  6  June, 
1638.  MA.  13  May,  1641.  His  <&M.  was  replaced  as 
(ft.,  B.A.  Aug.  1640,  and  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec. 
1647.  Lived  as  B.A.  in  the  South  Bay  Window;  and 
from  4  July  to  9  July,  1640,  in  the  Bottom  Tower 
Chamber. 

Robert  Cotton.  13.  1634  (Essex.).  fSL.  31  Oct.  1634  (fil. 
Gulielmi  Cotton  de  Chelmsford,  gen.  set.  18).  Elected 


1634.]  WARDEN     SMITH.  123 

£>.  10  July,  1634,  (aged  16).    B.A.  6  June,  1638.    M.A. 
25  May,  1641. 

One  of  this  name  was  Vicar  of  Broadway,  Wore.  1639  to  1693. 

Robert  Shaw  (Shaa).  33.  1634  (Essex.).  »  10  Oct. 
1634  (fil.  Edmundi  Shaa  de  Tarling,  i.e.  Terling,  gen. 
set.  15).  Elected  £.  10  July,  1634  (of  Wirth,  Essex, 
aged  15).  B.A.  6  June,  1638.  M.A.  8  July,  1641. 
Admitted  Jf.  2  July,  1641  (when  Wood  describes  him 
as  of  Birch,  Essex).  Elected  Bursar  1642;  Moderator 
of  Philosophy  1643.  He  had  leave  of  absence  on 
11  Nov.  1642  till  Christmas;  2  Dec.  till  8  Jan.;  7  Jan. 
till  Easter;  17  April,  1643  till  7  July;  8  July  till 
29  Sept.;  6  Oct.  till  S.  Thomas;  14  Dec.  till  Easter; 
20  April,  1644;  2  July  till  Christmas;  24  Dec.  till 
Easter;  7  April,  1645,  till  29  June;  30  June,  1645,  till 
Michaelmas.  Lived  in  the  North  Crest,  and  as  B.A.  in 
Foundress'  Chamber. 

Second  son  (Visitation,  1634). 

John  Andrews.  <B.  1634.  m.  6  March,  1634  (Dorcestr. 
fil.  Christopheri  Andrews  de  Pimborne,  i.e.  Pimperne, 
gen.  set.  18).  C.fft.  received  15  July,  1634,  restored 
7  Dec.  1637. 


John  Metford.  ffl.  13  June,  1634  (Somerset,  fil.  Johannis 
Metford  de  Crookhorne,  i.e.  Crewkerne,  pleb.  a3t.  17). 

William  Hunt.  ffl.  13  June,  1634  (Somerset,  fit.  Gulielmi 
Hunt  de  Doleigh  Wake,  i.e.  Dowlish  Wake,  pleb.  set.  18). 
B.A.  15  Feb.  16ff 

Stephen  Greatrex.  £H.  13  June,  1634  (Wilton,  fil. 
Stephani  Greatrex  de  Keeble,  sacerd.  set.  19). 

Jeron  (?  Jerome)  Turner.  M.  13  June,  1634  (Somerset, 
fil.  Georgii  Turner  de  Yeavirr,  pleb.  set.  18). 

John  Relfe.  fH.  21  June,  1634  (Cant.  fil.  Richardi  Relfe 
de  Tenterden,  pleb.  aet.  17). 


124  WARDEN     SMITH.  [1634. 

Thomas  Norton.  fH.  25  June,  1634  (Cantab,  arm.  fil. 
set.  20). 

Giles  Goldesbrough.  fH.  25  June,  1634  (Dorcestr.  fil. 
Gulielmi  Goldesbrough  de  Stinford,  sacerd.  set.  19). 
B.A.  16  Dec.  1636. 

"  Succeeded  his  father  but  not  immediately  as  Vicar  of  Stinsford, 
and  died  in  1667."    (Hutchins,  II.  569.) 
Brother  of  William  Goldesbrough  1635. 

Tobias  Swinden.  fH.  25  June,  1634  (Ebor.  fil.  Henrici 
Swinden  de  Wosbrough,  i.e.  Worsbrough,  pleb.  aet.  16). 

Onesiphorus  Bernard.  ffc.  10  Oct.  1634  (Dorcestr.  fil. 
Johannis  Bernard  de  Clanston,  i.e.  Winterborne  Clenston, 
sacerd.  set.  18). 

William  Stooke.  fH.  10  Oct.  1634  (Devon,  fil.  Johannis 
Stooke  de  Tresham,  i.e.  Trusham,  pleb.  set.  16). 

Benjamin  Glynn.  fH.  24  Oct.  1634  (Oxon.  fil.  Edmundi 
Glynn  de  Churchill,  sacerd.  set.  18).  B.A.  16  Feb.  16ff 

John  Mathew.  m.  24  Oct.  1634  (Cornub.  fil.  Gulielmi 
Mathew  de  St.  Cue,  i.e.  St.  Kew,  pleb.  set,  18).  He 
appears  to  have  lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in 
Buller's  Inn. 

Brother  of  William  Mathew  1635.  John,  son  of  William 
Mathew,  was  lord  of  the  Barton  of  Tresunger.  (Maclean 
Trigg  Minor,  539). 

James  Stile.  £H.  7  Nov.  1634  (Devon,  fil.  Jacobi  Stile  de 
Teverton,  pleb.  aet.  17). 

William  Cadle.  la.  2  Dec.  1634  (Gloucestr.  fil.  Thomse 
Cadle  de  civ.  Bristol,  set.  18). 


War&ens  Smitb  an£>  jEstcot 


1635. 

John  Sheaphearde.  Elected  &.  30  June,  1635  (Sheppe  in 
the  Register  of  Admissions,  of  Horsley,  Gloc.,  aged  16 
last  Aug.).  B.A.  6  June,  1638.  Resigned  his  &. 
25  March,  1639.  Lived  in  College  Chamber. 


Edward  Payton.     $.<&.  1635. 


Edward  Ireland.  OL  1635.  ffi.  10  April,  1635  (Rutland 
fil.  Thomse  Ireland  de  Preston,  pleb.  a3t.  17).  C.fft.  re- 
ceived 6  March,  1634,  restored  29  May,  1641.  B.A. 
6  Dec.  1638.  Lived  as  B.A.  in  the  Middle  Chapel 
Chamber  from  Jan.  1638  to  Oct.  1640. 

Robert  Hill.  OL  1635  (Londin.).  flj.  1  June,  1635  (fil. 
Roberti  Hill  de  Londin,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.ilH.  received 
11  April,  1635;  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647. 
B.A.  23  Feb.  16ff. 

Thomas  Gollop.  (ft.  1635  (Dorcestr.).  fft.  26  June,  1635 
(fil.  ThomaB  Gollop  de  Netherburye,  gen.  set.  17).  OT.ilH. 
received  23  April,  1635,  restored  14  Jan.  1638.  Lived 
in  the  South  Crest  up  to  1636,  and  in  the  Middle 
Chapel  Chamber  from  March  1636  to  Dec.  1638. 

Subsequently  proceeded  to  the  Middle  Temple.  He  was  born 
in  1617,  son  of  Thomas  Gollop  of  North  Bo  wood  and  Strode. 
Coroner  of  the  County  (Dorset),  and  High  Sheriff,  27  Car.  II., 
when  he  was  attended  by  his  ten  sons  as  javelin  men,  headed 
by  their  uncle.  He  married  Elizabeth,  daughter  and  heir  of 
Thomas  Thome  of  Candel  Marsh  ;  and  died  2  May,  1700. 
(Hutchins'  Dorset,  II.  113.) 


126  WARDENS     SMITH     AND     ESTCOT.        [1635. 

Lewis  Smyth.  <£.  1635.  ODJR.  received  28  May,  1635, 
restored  16  Feb.  16|f.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Hall 
Chamber  till  16  Feb.  1635. 

John  Woolstone.  <£.  1635  (Devon.).  C.fH.  received 
21  Dec.  1635,  restored  27  May,  1637. 

Probably  second  son  of  .Arthur  Woollstone  of  Staverton,  aged 
5  in  1620. 

Henry  Greenwood.  OL  1635.  CfE.  received  19  June, 
1635,  restored  11  July,  1636. 

Thomas  Gorge.  <j£.  1635  (Somerset.).  C.fH.  received 
12  July,  1635,  restored  4  Oct.  (no  date). 

?  of  the  Gorges  of  Wraxall,  Somerset. 

Everard  Falconer,  (ft.  1635.  C.fH.  received  12  July, 
1635,  restored  5  Jan.  1637,  when  he  signs  Faulkner. 

Everard  Falconer,  son  of  Kenelm  Falconer  of  Stokedry, 
Kutland,  was  of  Uppingham  and  London  1628.  A  member  of 
the  Mercers'  Company  ;  died  1653. 

Edward  Egiocke.     <2L  1635  (Wigorn.).     fft.  13  Nov.  1635 

(fil.  3tius  Francisci  Egiocke  de  Shernock  Court,  mil.  set. 
16).  C.IH.  received  4  Oct.  1635,  restored  7  May,  1639. 
Lived  in  Founder's  Chamber,  April,  1637,  to  May,  1639. 

Richard  Morris.  <&.  1635  (Londin.).  m.  8  April,  1636 
(fil.  Richardi  Morris  de  Londin,  sacerd.  set.  18).  C.fH. 
received  19  Nov.  1635,  restored  30  March,  1637. 

John  Willis.  OL  18  Dec.  1635.  £.fH.  received  5  Jan. 
1635,  restored  20  July,  1639.  B.A.  2  Dec.  1637. 
Entered  the  Middle  Hall  Chamber,  2  May,  1636. 

Edward  Joyner.  OL  7  Jan.  1635.  «n.£H.  received  15  Feb. 
1635,  restored  2  March,  1638.  Lived  in  the  Middle 
Hall  Chamber  from  Jan.  1635  to  March,  1638. 


1535.]        WARDENS     SMITH     AND     ESTCOT.  127 

Gaspar  Phillipps.  OL  21  March,  1635  (Cornub.).  fH. 
1  April,  1636  (fil.  Gregorii  Phillipps  de  Philett,  sacerd. 
set.  16).  C.fH.  (Jasper)  received  20  March,  1635, 
restored  25  July,  1642.  B.A.  22  Oct.  1639.  M.A. 
28  June,  1642.  Lived  as  B.A.  in  the  Middle  Chapel 
Chamber  in  1639.  A  Mr.  Phillips  was  reported  by  the 
Visitors  for  non-submission,  14  July,  1648. 

Probably  brother  of  Nicholas  Phillipps  1638. 


Henry  Perrye.  IS.  1635  (Bristol.),  m.  8  April,  1636  (fil. 
Heorici  Perrye  de  Bristol,  pleb.  set.  15).  (£JH.  received 
15  Feb.  1635  (Kerry),  restored  1  July,  1638. 

Sherrington  Sheldon.     13.  1635  (Wigorn.).     ffl.  24  Oct. 

1634  (fil.  Gulielmi  Sheldon  de  Brodway,  gen.  set.  19). 
or.fH.  received  26  Feb.  1635,  restored  2  Nov.  1636,  but 
replaced    same    day   as   (ft.,    B.A.,   and   restored   again 

6  Sept.  1639.     B.A.  31  Oct.  1636.    Lived  in  the  Bottom 
Tower  Chamber  from  17  Feb.  1635  to  18  March,  1638. 

Second  son  of  William  Sheldon  of  Broadway  :  M.B.,  Fellow  of 
Oriel,  1677.     (Nash,  I.  145). 

Isaak  Rowse.     33.  9  March,  1635  (Devon.),     ffi.  11  March, 

1635  (Cornub.   fil.    Oliveri    Rowse    de    Kilkhampton, 
sacerd.  a3t.  16).     C.fH.  received  7  April,  1636,  restored 

7  Aug.  1640,  but  replaced  as  (ft.,  B.A.,  the  same  day, 
and  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647.      B.A.  10  Dec. 
1639.      M.A.    28  June,  1642.      Lived    in  the  Double 
Chamber   in   Buller's   Inn    1636-37,   in   the   Chamber 
under  the  Chaplains',  Dec.  1637  to  Dec.  1641,  and  in 
the  Middle  Hall  Chamber,  Dec.  1641. 

William  Rowse.  33.  9  March,  1635  (Devon.).  JR. 
11  March,  1635  (brother  of  the  above,  set.  14).  <ZUH. 
received  7  April,  1636,  restored  7  Aug.  1640,  but  re- 
placed as  (ft.,  B.A.  same  day,  and  taken  up  for  Battels, 
10  Dec.  1647.  B.A.  10  Dec.  1639.  M.A.  28  June, 
1642.  He  occupied  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's 
Inn  from  March  1636  to  Nov.  1637  ;  the  Chamber 


128  WARDENS     SMITH     AND     ESTCOT.        [1635. 

under  the   Chaplains'  in  Dec.    1637,    and   the  Middle 
Hall  Chamber  in  Dec.  1641. 

Vicar  of  South  Petherwin,  Corn.  24  Dec.  1644. 

John  Dingley.  $3.  11  March,  1635  (Cornub.).  fH. 
18  March,  1635  (fil.  Johannis  Dingley  de  St.  Minver, 
Pedagogi,  ast.  17).  £.fH.  received  11  March,  1635, 
restored  16  Oct.  1639.  Elected  g>.  8  Sept.  1639.  B.A. 
16  Feb.  16-f?-.  M.A.  6  March,  16ff.  Elected  ^. 
30  June,  1646,  admitted  Jf.  6  Aug.  1647.  Elected 
Sub-Dean  1644,  1645,  1646.  He  had  leave  of  absence 
11  Nov.  1642  to  Christmas ;  7  Jan.  till  Easter ;  17  April, 
1643  to  7  July;  8  July  till  29  Sept.;  6  Oct.  till 
St.  Thomas;  14  Dec.  till  Easter;  again  6  Dec.  1646. 
On  15  May,  1648,  he  was  reported  as  not  submitting  to 
the  Visitation,  and  again  on  14  July;  and  was  ap- 
parently deprived  of  his  JF.  He  is  entered  in  the 
Bursars'  Book  with  arrears  due  to  him  (but  apparently 
as  S%)  at  Christmas,  1648.  Lived  in  the  Double 
Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  from  March,  1635  to  Oct.  1636, 
and  in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber  from  Sept.  1636  to 
March,  1637,  and  in  the  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains', 
March,  1637  to  Oct.  1639,  and  as  M.A.  4  Aug.  1647, 
he  occupied  the  Fourth  Middle  Chamber  from  the  Hall. 

In   Walker's   Sufferings,  he  is  mentioned  as  deprived  of  the 
living  of  St.  Cuthberts,  Cornwall,  for  his  loyalty. 


Mr.   George   Mallory.      C.fH.   received   29   April,    1635, 
restored  11  Jan.  16  |f. 


Henry  Golsey.  JfiL  10  April,  1635  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Gulielmi 
Golsey  de  Martinstowne,  pleb.  set.  18).  B.A.  10  Dec. 
1639.  M.A.  28  June,  1642.  Lived  in  the  Cockloft  over 
the  Third  Upper  Chamber  (?  from  the  Chapel),  into 
which  a  chimney  was  put  by  the  College  in  1636. 

Rector  of  Wanstrow,  Somerset,  21  Nov.  1655  :  died  about  1687. 

John  Woolley.  ift.  10  April  1635  (Stafford,  fil.  Johannis 
Woolley  de  Shawhouse,  pleb.  set.  18). 


1635.]        WARDENS     SMITH     AND     ESTCOT.  129 

John  Lyme.  ffl.  10  April,  1635  (Wigorn.  fil.  Bartholomsei 
Lyme  de  Blackwell,  pleb.  set.  15). 

William  Gouldbrough.     fft.  8  July,  1635   (Dorcestr.  fil. 
Gulielmi  Goldesbrough  de  Stinford,  sacerd.  set.  15). 
Brother  of  Giles  Goldesbrough  1634. 

William  Mathew.  M.  11  Dec.  1635  (Cornub.  fil.  Gulielmi 
Mathew  de  St.  Ku,  sic,  pleb.  set.  17).  B.A.  18  May, 
1639.  M.A.  1  Feb.  16f|,  He  appears  as  13.  2  Oct. 
1638 ;  &M.  received  5  Oct.  1638 ;  taken  as  part  of  his 
CJH.  as  (ft.  B.A.  22  May,  1639 ;  and  finally  taken  up 
for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647.  Lived  in  the  Bottom  Tower 
Chamber,  and  in  Founder's  Chamber,  Nov.  1639  to 
April,  1640,  when  he  moved  to  the  Chamber  under 
Mr.  Smyth,  i.e.  the  Chaplain. 
Brother  of  John  Mathew  1634. 

Thomas  Manton.  M.  11  March,  16||-  (Devon,  fil.  Thomse 
Manton  de  Whimple,  pleb.  set.  15).  B.A.  (Hart  Hall) 
15  June,  1639.  Wood  says  that  he  became  a  servitor  of 
Wadham  College,  Lent  Term,  1635. 

He  became  a  preacher  at  Culliton,  Devon,  and  afterwards 
minister  of  Stoke  Newington,  and  chaplain  to  Oliver  Cromwell. 
It  is  asserted  that  he  took  deacon's  orders  before  he  was  20 
from  Bishop  Hall ;  but  Wood  declares  that  he  was  not  in 
orders  till  1660,  when  he  was  ordained  by  the  Bishop  of 
Galloway.  He  was  created  B.D.  20  April,  1654,  on  the  ground 
that  "  he  is  a  person  of  known  worth,  and  a  constant  preacher 
in  London."  In  1654  he  was  appointed  Eector  of  St.  Paul's, 
Covent  Garden,  but  Kennet  says  that  he  was  not  admitted  till 
10  Jan.  1660.  He  was  appointed  Chaplain  in  Ordinary 
to  Charles  II.,  and  created  D.D.  ("egregius  presbyterianus " 
says  Wood)  19  Nov.  1660.  He  is  said  to  have  been  offered  the 
Deanery  of  Rochester,  but  refusing  to  conform,  was  ejected 
from  St.  Paul's,  Covent  Garden,  on  St.  Bartholomew's  Day, 
1662.  He  died  18  Oct.  1667.  He  was  author  of  numerous 
sermons  and  theological  works.  (Wood,  Ath.  III.  1134.) 


Edward  Dalby.     B.A.  (Wadham)  6  June,  1635. 


Warden 


1636. 

Francis  Breton.  $.<&.  18  May,  1636  (Northampton.). 
ffi.  11  Nov.  1636  (fil.  Roberti  Breton  de  Teton,  arm.  set. 
16).  CJft.  received  19  May,  1636,  restored  2  Aug. 
1638. 

Son  and  heir,  succeeded  his   father,    1641,  and  was  buried 

10  July,  1659.     (Baker,  I.  220.) 


Robert  Newman.  <£.  1636.  £E.  8  April,  1636  (Somerset. 
fil.  Roberti  Newman  de  Queene  Camell,  gen.  set.  15). 
CJBL  received  5  April,  1636,  restored  19  Feb.  1637. 
Lived  in  the  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains',  2  May, 
1636. 

For  Kobert  Newman  (the  father)  see  Hutchins'  Dorset,  IV.  57. 

Richard  Baskervil.  <£.  5  May,  1636  (Londin.).  iH. 
11  Nov.  1636  (fil.  Richardi  Baskervile  de  Londin :  gen. 
set.  16).  <&M.  received  13  May,  1636,  restored  28  Feb. 
1638. 

Thomas  Drake,     <£.  5  May,  1636  (Devon.).     Magni  illius 

Francisci  Drake  qui  primus  nostrorum  hominum  totum 

orbem  circumnavigavit  ex  fratre  nepos.     dT.fflL  received 

13  May,  1636,  restored  12  July,  1636.  Lived  in  the  Bottom 

Tower  Chamber,  May  to  Sept.  1636.     Wood  mentions 

one  Drake  of  Wadham  who  took  his  B.A.  in  1643—44. 

He  was  apparently  the  second  son  of  Sir  Francis  Drake  of 

Buckland,  Devon,  who  was  created  a  Baronet  2  Aug.  1622  ; 

and  therefore  great-nephew  of  the  Navigator.     Sir  Francis,  son 

of  this  Thomas,  succeeded  his  uncle,  Sir  Francis,  as  third  baronet, 

and  the  succession  continued  in  this  line  till  the  dignity  became 

extinct  in  1794. 


1636.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  131 

Edward  Pyne.  OL  6  May,  1636  (Devon.).  fH.  11  Nov. 
1636  (fil.  Edvardi  Pyne  de  Easte  Down,  gen.  set.  16). 
OT.fH.  received  13  May,  1636,  restored  14  July,  1637; 
replaced  3  Nov.  1637,  again  restored  21  May,  1638. 
Lived  in  the  Second  North  Chamber,  May,  1636. 

Second  son  of  Edward  Pyne  (Visitation,  1620). 

Edmund  Tooke.  <£.  20  June,  1636.  (Cant.)  C.fft.  received 
19  June,  1636,  restored  12  July,  1640.  B.A.  28  April, 
1640.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Hall  Chamber  from  June, 
1636  to  Oct.  1640. 

"Edmund  Tooke  of  Dartford,  died  s.p.   1706."     (Hasted,  I. 
222.) 

Probably  one  of  the  Tookes  of  Bere.      See  Tooker,   M.A. 
1649. 

Edmund  Pitt.  OL  1  Oct.  1636.  OT.fH.  received  10  Nov. 
1636,  restored  12  Sept.  1637. 

John  Whitby.  OL  16  March,  1636  (Somerset.).  m. 
17  March,  1636  (fil.  Gulielmi  Whitby  de  Woodford,  gen. 
set.  15).  <&.ffi.  received  16  March,  1636,  restored  7  June, 
1638. 


William  Deyos  (Dyose).  IS.  28  March,  1636.  m.  1  April, 
1636  (Buck.  fil.  Johannis  Deyos  de  Wavenden,  sacerd. 
set.  15).  <&M.  received  28  March,  1636,  restored 
16  April,  1640;  replaced  7  Aug.  as  (ft.,  B.A.,  restored 
the  same  day;  replaced  again  9  Oct.  1640,  restored 
30  Nov.  1641.  B.A.  10  Dec.  1639.  Lived  in  the 
Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn,  and  in  the  Middle 
Hall  Chamber  in  1639  and  1640. 

John  Pyne.  IS.  6  May,  1636  (Devon.).  fH.  11  Nov.  1636 
(fil.  Johannis  Pyne  de  Allwingdon,  sacerd.  set.  16).  £JH. 
received  13  May,  1636,  restored  6  Dec.  1639,  during 
which  time  he  lived  in  the  Second  North  Chamber. 

Rev.  John  Pyne,  buried  at  Alwington,  1655. 

K   2 


132  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1636. 

George  Gifford.  13.  20  May,  163G  (Londin.).  fH.  3  June, 
1636  (fil.  Johannis  Gifford  de  Londin.  in  Sta.  Theol. 
Doctoris,  set.  16).  C.£H.  received  20  May,  1636,  restored 
1  June,  1639.  Jo,  sic,  Gilford  lived  in  the  Double 
Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  from  May  to  Oct.  1636,  but  see 
George  Gifford  1639.  He  also  occupied  the  Little 
Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  from  16  Dec.  1637  to  Dec. 
1639. 

Ward  (Lives  of  Gresham  Professors)  attributes  to  this  George 
Gifford  the  expulsion  by  the  Parliamentary  Visitors,  for  which 
see  George  Gifford  1639. 

John  Gifford  was  Hector  of  Bassishaw,  and  first  President  of 
Sion  College  1630.  B.A.  (Glouc  Hall),  16  Jan.  16f§.  B.D. 
1 1  Sept.  1660,  when  he  is  stated  to  be  B.A.  of  twelve  years' 
standing. 

Thomas  Hassell.  3$.  20  May,  1636  (Essex.).  £H.  3  June, 
1636  (Thomas  Hasle,  fil.  Thorns  Hasle  de  Crocksey, 
?  Cricksea,  pleb.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  20  May,  1636, 
restored  15  Dec.  1636.  Elected  g>.  I  July,  1636  (of 
Mailamb,  i.e.  Mayland,  Essex),  and  resigned  his  Jj. 
18  Jan.  16f  f. 

John  Mathew.  13.  10  Oct.  1636  (Cornub.).  There  is  no 
notice  of  the  receiving  his  (£JH.,  but  it  was  restored 
26  June,  1637.  Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in 
Buller's  Inn  from  Nov.  1636  to  Aug.  1637. 

Probably  identical  with  John  Mathew  1634. 

William  Greenwood.  13.  1636.  &M.  received  26  Aug. 
1636,  restored  4  Oct.  1638. 

Henry  Ball.  13.  26  Feb.  1636.  €M.  received  23  Feb. 
1636,  restored  7  May,  1638. 

William  Martin.  13.  16  March,  1636.  fH.  17  March, 
1636  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Johannis  Martin  de  Sherborne,  gen. 
set.  18).  C.fH.  received  16  March,  1636,  restored 
29  June,  1640. 


1636.J  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  133 

George  Joyliff.  13.  17  March,  1636.  fH.  31  March,  1637 
(Dorcestr.  fil.  Johannis  Joyliff  de  East  Stower,  gen.  set. 
16).  (KM.  received  17  March,  1636,  restored  16  Oct. 
1639,  when  he  vacated  the  Manciple's  Chamber.  He 
removed  to  Pembroke  College,  where  he  took  his  B.A. 
4  June,  1640,  and  M.A.  20  April,  1643. 

Fourth  son  of  J.  Joyliff,  and  brother  of  Richard  Joyliff,  1629. 
He  served  as  Lieutenant  in  the  King's  forces  under  Lord 
Hopton,  and  afterwards  adopted  the  medical  profession,  and 
being  entered  at  Clare  Hall  as  jF.(£.  23  April,  1650,  graduated 
M.D.  of  Cambridge  1  July,  1652.  He  discovered  the  lymph- 
ducts,  and  lectured  on  the  vasa  lymphatica  at  the  College  of 
Physicians  in  1653. 

"  He  lived  in  the  parish  of  St.  James  Garlickhithe,  London, 
where  he  died,  and  was  buried  in  1655."  (Wood,  Ath.  III. 
351. 


Thomas  Fowlkes.  m.  8  April,  1636  (Denbeigh.  fil. 
Johannis  Fowlkes  de  Llanfanand,  pleb.  aet.  19). 

William  Burrough.  JH.  20  May,  1636  (Devon,  fii.  Philippi 
Burrough  de  Southleigh,  pleb.  set.  17). 

Thomas  Joyce,  ffi.  27  May,  1636  (Somerset,  fil.  Josephi 
Joyce  de  Wells,  pleb.  aet.  18).  B.A.  5  Dec.  1640. 
Created  B.D.  12  Sept.  1661. 

Thomas  Leigh  (Lye),  jffi.  4  Nov.  1636  (Somerset,  fil. 
Thomae  Leigh  de  Chard,  pleb.  aet.  15).  Elected  £. 
6  Oct.  1637  (born  in  1621 ;  Wood  says,  on  25  March). 
B.A.  25  May,  1641.  On  17  April,  1643,  he  had  leave  of 
absence  till  30  June.  Lived  in  the  South  Bay  Window. 

He  appears  to  have  migrated  to  Emmanuel  College,  Cambridge, 
where  he  took  his  M.A.  as  Lee  1646.  On  8  May,  1649,  he  was 
incorporated  M.A.  of  Oxford ;  and  was  at  this  time  one  of  the 
Chaplains  of  Wadham,  says  Wood,  but  his  name  does  not 
appear  on  the  books.  He  was  at  one  time  Master  of  Bury 
St.  Edmund's  School,  and  Minister  of  Chard  ;  also  an  Assistant 
Commissioner  for  Somerset  for  the  ejection  of  scandalous 


134  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1636-37. 

ministers.  In  1658  he  obtained  the  living  of  All  Hallows, 
Lombard  Street,  but  was  ejected  for  nonconformity.  He  died 
at  Bednall  Green,  7  June,  1684,  and  was  buried  at  Clapham, 
Surrey. 

"  He  was  the  author  of  numerous  sermons  ;  an  Explanation 
of  the  Shorter  Catechism,  1647  ;  an  English  Grammar  called 
The  Child's  Delight ;  and  a  New  Spelling  Book,  1674."  (Wood, 
Fasti,  II.  123  ;  Ath.  IV.  134. 

Ambrose  Turner.  f&.  11  Nov.  1636  (Bercher.  fil.  Edvardi 
Turner  de  Abington,  pleb.  set.  19). 

Edmund  Halfyeard.  m.  11  Nov.  1636  (Somerset,  fil. 
Edmundi  Halfyeard  de  North  Petherton,  pleb.  set.  17). 

John  Warr.  m.  3  March,  1636  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Johannis 
Warr  de  Yetminster,  pleb.  set.  16).  Elected  £.  6  Oct. 
1637  (born  in  1620).  B.A.  25  May,  1641.  His  5. 
appears  to  have  been  vacant  by  July,  1642.  Lived  in 
Foundresse  Chamber. 


Richard  Plamsted.     B.C.L.  (Wadham),  7  July,  1636. 


1637. 


Henry  Winchcombe.      JF.OL   11  July,  1637  (Bercher.). 
CJH.  received  12  Aug.  1637,  restored  1  Feb.  1638. 

Henry  Winchcombe  of  Bucklebury,  Berks  was  created 
baronet,  9  June,  1660  ;  he  married  Francis,  daughter  of  Colonel 
Thomas  Howard,  and  granddaughter  of  the  Earl  of  Berkshire  ; 
died  about  1668.  Henry  Winchcombe  1656  is  probably  his 
son. 

William  Williscot.     dF.OL  11  July,  1637  (Bercher).     C.flfL 
received  (Wollascot)  12  Aug.  1637,  restored  1  Feb.  1638. 

William  Williscot,  son  of  William  Williscot  of  Shinfield, 
Berks  (Visitation  of  Oxford,  268). 


1637.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  135 

Edward  Porter.  (ft.  14  April,  1637  (Warwic.).  ffl. 
25  May,  1637  (fil.  Thomas  Porter  de  Etendon,  gen.  aet. 
17).  <&M.  received  14  April,  1637,  restored  13  Dec. 
1637.  Lived  in  the  South  Crest  16  May,  1637. 

Francis  Hearle.  OL  1  May,  1637  (Cornub.).  m.  19  May, 
1637  (fil.  Francisci  Hearle  de  St.  Erme,  sacerd.  set.  16). 
C.fft.  received  1  May,  1637,  restored  12  Dec.  1647. 
B.A.  16  Feb.  16£f  Lived  in  the  Manciple's  Chambe^ 
from  19  Oct.  1639  till  7  June,  1641,  when  he  moved  to 
the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber. 

Thomas  Stukeley.  (ft.  7  May,  1637  (Devon.).  JH.  19  May, 
1637  (Stucley,  fil.  Johannis  Stucley  de  West  Worl- 
ington,  arm.  aet.  17).  C.fH.  received  7  May,  1637, 
restored  2  March,  1640.  Vacated  the  Chamber  under 
Mr.  Smyth,  i.e.  the  Chaplain,  14  Oct.  1639. 

Lewis  Stukeley.  «L  7  May,  1637  (Devon.).  f«.  19  May, 
1637  (brother  of  the  above,  aged  15).  CJH.  received 
7  May,  1637,  restored  24  Oct.  1637.  Elected  &  6  Oct. 
1637  (born  in  1622).  B.A.  18  March,  16£J.  He  had 
leave  of  absence  17  April,  1643,  till  7  July;  8  July  to 
29  Sept.  ;  14  Dec.  till  Easter  :  again  on  20  April,  1644  ; 
2  July  till  Christmas;  24  Dec.  till  Easter.  Resigned 
his  £•  29  June,  1647,  having  been  married  12  Feb.  pre- 
vious, at  which  time  he  was  still  only  a  B.A.  Lived  in 
the  Under  Chamber  of  the  South  Crest. 


William  Lippingcott.     (ft.  12  May,  1637  (Devon  ). 

received  12  May,  1637,  restored  20  Nov.  1639.  He 
vacated  his  rooms,  the  Second  North  Chamber  10  April, 
1639. 

John  Newman.  OL  11  July,  1637  (Dorcestr.).  ffl. 
19  May,  1637  (Gloucestr.  fil.  Gulielmi  Newman  de 
Glocester,  pleb.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  18  July,  1637, 
restored  22  Nov.  1639.  Lived  in  the  Chamber  under 
Mr.  Smyth,  i.e.  the  Chaplain  from  22  Dec.  1637  to 
21  Nov.  1639. 


136  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1637. 

Digory  Webber.  OL  21  Oct.  1637  (Cornub.).  iH.  19  Jan. 
16||  (fil.  Johannis  Webber  de  St.  Cule,  i.e.  St.  Kew, 
gen.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received  22  Dec.  1637,  restored 
30  Dec.  1640,  during  which  period  he  lived  in  Founder's 
Chamber. 

Third  son  of  J.  Webber  of  Amell  in  St.  Kew,  aged  4  in  1620. 
M.P.  for  Camelford,  12  Charles  II. 


William  Aysh.  OL  17  Jan.  16f|,  &M.  received  18  Jan. 
16fi,  restored  6  March,  1638.  Lived  in  the  Double 
Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn,  Jan.  1637. 

Probably  son  of  James  Aysshe  of  South  Petherton,  Somerset, 
aged  3,  in  1623. 

Gerard  Alexander,  (ft.  19  Jan.  16f|.  ffl,  9  Feb.  16f|- 
(Hampton,  fil.  Francisci  Alexander  de  Winchester,  LI. 
Doctoris,  set.  17).  <EJH.  received  20  Jan.  16f£,  restored 
19  Oct.  1638. 

Fifth     son    of    Francis    Allexander,    Preb.    of    Winchester 

(Visitation,  1634). 

Thomas  Turberville.  OL  8  Feb.  16f£  (Devon.).  £H. 
9  Feb.  16fi  (fil.  Johannis  Turberville  de  Sanford,  gen. 
set.  16).  OLfH.  received  7  Feb.  16f|,  restored  7  Feb. 
1647.  B.A.  4  Dec.  1641.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Tower 
Chamber. 

Second  son  of  John  Turberville  of  Sampford  Peverell  (Visi- 

tation, 1620). 

William  Hickes.  OL  2  March,  16f|  (Cornub.).  ffi.  9  Feb. 
16f|-  (fil.  Nicolai  Hickes  de  St.  Paule,  gen.  act.  17). 
Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  from 
March,  1637,  to  June,  1638. 


Thomas  Underbill.     4L  13  March,  1637  (Warwic.). 

received  same  day,  restored  18  June,  1640.  Lived  in 
the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber,  13  March,  1637,  till 
15  Oct.  1640. 

Probably  Thomas,  son  of  Thomas  Underbill  of  Eatington, 
Wore.  Thomas  Underbill  of  Fulrudy,  died  15  July,  1704. 
(Dugdale,  625.) 


1637.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  137 


John   Underbill.      OL   13  March,   1637  (Warwic.). 

received  13  March,  1637,  restored  20  Dec.  1640  (?),  but 
replaced  17  March,  1641,  and  again  restored  22  Aug. 
1642.  B.A.  17  Feb.  16^-  Lived  in  the  Bottom  Tower 
Chamber,  13  March,  1637. 

Brother  of  the  above  (of  Over  Eatington),  was  dead  before 
1650. 


Simeon  Pistor.  38.  17  Feb.  16f&  fH.  New  Inn  Hall, 
13  Nov.  1635  (Buck.  fil.  Danielis  Pistor  de  Missenden, 
gen.  set.  16).  <£.|ft.  received  17  Feb.  16ff,  restored 
3  July,  1638  ;  during  which  time  he  lived  in  the  Double 
Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn. 


Joseph  Crabb.  ffi.  31  March,  1637  (Cant.  fil.  Henrici 
Crabb  de  Regno  Hybern.,  sacerd.  set.  18).  Elected  S* 
8  Sept.  1639  (of  Sandwich,  Kent).  B.A.  4  Dec.  1641. 
He  had  leave  of  absence  on  17  April,  1643,  to  7  July. 

Lionel  Pine.  m.  12  May,  1637  (Somerset,  fil.  Lionelli  Pine 
de  Yeuel,  i.e.  Yeovil,  pleb.  set.  14).  Elected  &.  (Pyne) 
8  Sept.  1639  (of  Evill,  Somerset).  B.A.  (Payne)  4  Dec. 
1641.  M.A.  12  July,  1644.  Elected  ^.  probably  in 
1643,  and  admitted  JP.  2  July,  1644.  On  1  Feb.  1647, 
he  was  admitted  "  ad  practicandum  in  re  medica."  Elected 
Sub-Dean  1642,  1643;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1644; 
Bursar  1645,  1646  ;  Librarian  1647.  His  answer  to  the 
Visitors  under  date  12  May,  1648,  is  as  follows :  "  I  hope 
noe  man  since  hee  cannot  finde  in  my  life  past  whence 
to  censure  me,  greedy  to  find  faults  that  hee  will  rake  my 
owne  brest  to  confesse  that  which  noe  man  accuse  me  of 
neither  doe  I  myselfe  yet  know,  viz. :  what  I  possibly 
shall  doe  hereafter  this  when  I  shall  be  commaunded 
that  which  I  yet  never  heard  of."  On  15  May,  1648,  the 
Committee  resolved  that  Mr.  Lionel  Pine  of  Wad  ham 
College  did  not  submit ;  whereupon  he  was  expelled  the 
University  by  "  the  Committee  of  Lords  and  Commons 
for  regulating  the  University  of  Oxford,"  which  order 


138  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1637-38. 

was  further  confirmed  on  29  June,  1648.  Lived  in 
College  Chamber,  and  in  the  Third  Upper  Chamber 
from  the  Chapel,  for  which  latter  he  was  paid  by  Bursar 
Lee,  19  March,  1648.  He  appears  as  B.A.  to  have  had 
the  Second  North  Cockloft. 

John  Hill.  fm.  30  June,  1637  (Somerset,  fil.  Richardi  Hill 
de  Combe  Fairy,  sacerd.  set.  18).  B.A.  5  Dec.  1640. 

John  Carleil.  ffi.  1  Dec.  1637  ('Somerset,  fil.  Francisci 
Carleii  de  Wells,  pleb.  set.  17). 

John  Knightbridge.  ftt.  8  Dec.  1637  (Essex,  fil.  Johannis 
Knightbridge  de  Chelmsford,  gen.  aet.  17).  (KJft.  re- 
ceived 20  Oct.  1637,  restored  14  Jan.  probably  16|f. 
Elected  g>.  8  Sept.  1639.  B.A.  4  Dec.  1641.  He  had 
leave  of  absence  on  17  April,  1643,  to  7  July;  8  July 
till  29  Sept. ;  6  Oct.  till  St.  Thomas ;  14  Dec.  till  Easter, 
1644 ;  and  on  25  April,  1644  he  had  leave  to  travel.  On 
6  July,  1647,  his  resignation  of  his  S>»  is  noted  in  the 
Convention  Book ;  and  is  said  to  be  dated  2  July,  1645. 

Fourth  son   of    John   Knightbridge    (Visitation,    1634),   and 
younger  brother  of  Eichard  Knightbridge  1627. 

Edward  Lasinby.  ftt.  8  Dec.  1637  (Somerset,  fil.  Chris- 
topheri  Lasinby  de  Alford,  pleb.  ret.  15). 


1638. 

Walter  Blandford.  Elected  £.  1  Oct.  1638,  (born  in  1619 
as  he  stated,  but  from  his  epitaph  he  appears  to  have 
been  born  in  1615).  Jft.  Christ  Church  17  July,  1635 
(Dorcestr.  fil.  Gualteri  Blandford  de  Melburye,  pleb.  set. 
19),  as  Servitor,  says  Wood.  B.A.  10  Dec.  1639.  M.A. 
28  June,  1642.  Admitted  Jf.  2  July,  1644,  having  been 
probably  elected  ^.  with  Pine  in  1643.  Elected  Sub- 
Dean  1641 ;  Bursar  1644, 1647, 1656  ;  Humanity  Lecturer 
1645,  1646;  Sub-Warden  1655.  He  had  leave  of 
absence  14  Dec.  1643  till  Easter.  Lived  as  B.A.  in 


1638.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  139 

the  Under  Chamber  of  the  South  Crest.  His  name 
occurs  among  those  reported  to  the  Committee  of  Lords 
and  Commons  by  the  Visitors  14  July,  1648 ;  but  he 
must  have  submitted  subsequently  as  he  retained  his  JF. 
and  regularly  received  his  dividends,  but  probably  was 
not  in  favour  with  the  intruded  Fellows,  as  he  does  not 
appear  to  hold  important  offices  till  he  signs  as  Sub- 
Warden  7  Dec.  1655,  and  Bursar  21  Dec.  1656.  On 
3  Sept.  1659,  John  Wilkins  resigned  the  Wardenship, 
and  on  5  Sept.  Blandford  was  elected  ffliatlfni;  created 
D.D.  1  Aug.  1660,  Vice-Chancellor  1662,  1663. 

He  was  at  one  time  Chaplain  to  John,  Lord  Lovelace  of  Hurley, 
a  strong  Cavalier  ;  and  tutor  to  his  son.  After  the  Restoration 
he  was  chaplain  to  Sir  Edward  Hyde,  Lord  Chancellor  (after- 
wards Earl  of  Clarendon),  and  was  made  Prebendary  of 
Gloucester,  6  Aug.  1660,  and  chaplain  to  the  King.  Con- 
secrated Bishop  of  Oxford  in  New  College  Chapel  3  Dec.  1665, 
resigning  the  Wardenship  on  the  following  day.  He  became 
Dean  of  the  Chapel  Royal,  and  was  translated  to  the  See  of 
Worcester  13  June,  1671.  He  died  9  July,  1675,  and  was 
buried  in  Worcester  Cathedral  with  this  epitaph  : 

H.  S.  I. 

Gualterus  Blandford  SS.T.P.  ad  primorum  Ecclesiae  temporum 
exemplar  factus  et  futurorum  omnium  natus  ;  summis  honorum 
fastigiis  ita  admotus,  ut  perpetuo  super  invidiam,  citra  meritum 
consisteret :  non  seculi  artibus,  assentatione  aut  ambitu  sed 
pietate  modestia  animi  demissione  et  dignitatum  fuga  clarus. 
Ab  Academies  gubernaculo  ad  ecclesise  clavum  (quaeque  anceps 
magis  procuratio)  ad  conscientiae  principis  regimen  evocatus, 
muneribus  omnibus  par,  quasi  unico  impenderetur.  Nimirum 
eruditione  recondita  Academiam,  sanctissima  prudentiadioacesim, 
illibata  pietate  aulam  illustrabat.  Donee  perpetuis  laboribus 
et  morbo  diutino  (quern  invicta  animi  constantia  toleraverat), 
confectus  facultatibus  suis  Deo,  ecclesise,  pauperibus  distributis, 
surnmo  bonorum  omnium  luctu  animam  coelo  reddidit.  Jul. 
XVI.  A.D.  MDCLXXV.  setatis  LIX. 

Gutch  says  that  he  bequeathed  £200  to  the  College.     His 
portrait  hangs  in  the  College  Hall. 


140  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1638. 

John  Mompesson.  <£.  7  June,  1638  (Wilton).  M.  8  June, 
1638  (Gulielmus  Mompesson  Wilton,  fil.  Johannis 
Mompesson  de  Tid worth,  sacerd.  set.  14).  &JBL  received 

13  June,  1638,  restored  15  May,  1640. 

Mr.  John  Mompesson  of  Tidworth,  is  the  hero  of  the  story  of 
the  Tidworth  Drummer,  about  1661.  (See  Hoare's  Wilts, 
Ambresbury). 

Nicholas  Strange  way  es.  (ft.  14  June,  1638  (Dorcestr.). 
ffi.  22  June,  1638  (fil.  Nicolai  Strangevvayes  de  Abbotts- 
burye,  gen.  set.  16).  Elected  g>.  1  Oct.  1638  (born  in 
1624).  B.A.  20  May,  1642  (he  was  "  collector  junior  "  of 
the  year).  M.A.  18  March,  16£f  Elected  $.  30  June, 
1644,  but  he  is  so  described  still  on  30  March,  1646,  and 
on  18  March,  16ff;  admitted  Jf.  27  July,  1647.  Elected 
Moderator  of  Philosophy  in  1647.  He  had  leave  of 
absence  11  Nov.  1642  till  Christmas ;  7  Jan.  till  Easter ; 

14  Dec.  1643  till  Easter;  2  July  till  Christmas;  24  Dec. 
till  Easter,  1645;  7  April  till  29  June;    30  June  till 
Michaelmas;  11  Nov.  till  Christmas;  30  Dec.  till  Easter, 
1646  ;  30  March  till  29  June  ;  30  June  till  Michaelmas ; 
again  on  6  Dec.     Lived  in  College  Chamber.     He  was 
among  those  reported  to  the  Committee  of  Lords  and 
Commons  for  non-submission  to  the  Visitors,  14  July, 
1648  ;  and  is  recorded  on  2  Oct.  among  those  deprived 
upon  the  Order  of  the  Committee.     On  27  June,  1653, 
he  petitioned  the  Visitors  that  he  might  be  restored  to 
his  place ;  the  hearing  of  his  case  was  deferred  till  the 
first  Monday  in  Sept.,  and  presumably  his  petition  was 
rejected.      In  1660   he   obtained  a  mandamus  for  his 
restoration,  on  the  ground  that  he  was  unjustly  expelled 
for  non-submission  to  the  Visitation;  but  the  Warden 
and  Fellows  replied  that  the  intruders  were  now  gone, 
and  their  places  filled  up,  so  that,  though  willing,  they 
had  no  vacancy.     On  this  he  obtained  an  order  from 
William,  Marquis  of  Hertford  the  Chancellor  (apparently 
acting  as  Visitor),  directing  the  College  to  reinstate  him 
forthwith,  and  give  him  his  just  privileges  and  seniority. 
He  received  dividends  in  1661 ;  and  was  elected  Librarian 
in  1660,  1661,  1666,  1670 ;  Bursar  1664,  1665,  1668, 
1671 ;  Sub- Warden  1667.    He  died  15  Oct.  1676,  "  aged 


1638.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  141 

57   or  thereabouts,"  and  was  buried  under  the  North 
Wall  of  the  Outer  Chapel  23  Oct. 

His  mother  was  Ann,  daughter  of  Sir  George  Trenchard ;  lie 
was  born  in  1620,  and  is  said  to  have  lived  at  Woodsford. 
(Hutchins.) 

Michael  Web.  OL  14  July,  1638  (Middlesex.).  <&M.  re- 
ceived 13  July,  1636,  restored  22  May,  1639.  Lived  in 
Founder's  Chamber  from  March,  1638,  to  June,  1639. 

John  Thornborough.  OL  21  Nov.  1638  (Wigorn.).  fft. 
1  Feb.  16ff  (Thornburgh,  fil.  ^Egidii  Thornburgh  de 
Crowell,  i.e.  Crowle,  sacerd.  set.  15).  C.JH.  received 
25  Jan.  16ft,  restored  18  June,  1640. 

Great  nephew  of  John  Thornhorough,  Bishop  of  Worcester 
(Visitation,  1682). 

Humphrey  Newman,  (ft.  26  Jan.  16ft  (Somerset.).  fKL 
1  Feb.  16ff  (nl-  Humphredi  Newman  de  Win  Caunton, 
gen.  set.  16).  (£.JH.  received  25  Jan.  16ft,  restored 
9  Feb.  1647.  B.A.  17  Nov.  1642.  Lived  in  the 
Manciple's  Chamber  from  25  Jan.  1638,  to  1  April,  1640, 
when  he  moved  to  the  Middle  Tower  Chamber. 

Third  son  of  Humphrey  Newman  (Visitation,  1623). 
John  Coles.     OL  16  Feb.  16ft  (Gloucestr.).     See  also  1632. 

William  Westcombe.  OL  19  March,  16ft  (Devon.).  C.JH. 
received  18  March,  16ft,  taken  up  10  Dec.  1647  for 
Battels.  B.A.  13  Dec.  1642.  Lived  in  the  Manciple's 
Chamber  from  18  March,  1638,  to  3  April,  1640. 


William  Saunders.  33.  23  April,  1638.  IE.  4  May,  1638 
(Somerset,  de  Hollwall,  pleb.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received 
5  June,  1638 ;  raised  to  that  of  a  OL  4  July,  1641 ;  and 
finally  restored  26  Oct.  1647.  B.A.  1  Feb.  16f|,  Lived 
in  the  Cockloft  over  the  Third  Upper  Chamber  from  the 
Chapel. 


142  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1638. 

William  Marke.  IS.  23  Nov.  1638.  OCJtt.  received  29  Nov. 
1638  ;  increased  to  (ft.  9  July,  1642 ;  and  finally  taken 
up  for  Battels  10  Dec  1647.  B.A.  (Marks)  2  July,  1642. 
Lived  in  the  Second  North  Chamber  from  Nov.  1638  to 
July,  1641. 

Philip  Browne.  IS.  29  Jan.  16ff.  |H.  1  Feb.  16ff 
(Somerset,  fil.  Bichardi  Browne  de  Yurlchester,  i.e. 
?  Ilchester,  gen.  set.  17).  <&M.  received  29  Jan.  16ff , 
restored  19  Nov.  1641.  Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber 
in  Buller's  Inn  from  Jan.  1638  to  July,  1640,  and  then 
in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber  till  2  Jan.  1642. 


William  Sampson.  f&.  4  May,  1638  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Johannis 
Sampson  de  Whittchurch,  pleb.  set.  16). 

Robert  Axe.  ffi.  22  June,  1638  (Devon,  fil.  Thomse  Axe 
de  Autrey,  i.e.  Ottery,  pleb.  set.  17).  B.A.  17  Nov. 
1642. 

Nicholas  Phillipps.  ja.  2  Nov.  1638  (Cornub.  sacerd.  fil. 
set.  16).  B.A.  17  May,  1642.  Mr.  Phillips  was  among 
those  reported  by  the  Visitors  to  the  Committee  of 
Lords  and  Commons  for  not  submitting,  14  July,  1648. 

Probably  brother  of  Jasper  Phillipps  1635. 

William  Petty,  m.  2  Nov.  1638  (Dorcestr.  pleb.  fil.  set.  16). 
B.A.  16  Jan.  1642  (in  secunda  creatione  ex  Regis  gratia). 

As  far  as  age  goes  this  might  be  Sir  William  Petty,  who  was 
born  26  March,  1623,  but  Wood  says  that  he  was  of  Rumsey, 
Hants,  and  gives  no  hint  that  he  was  ever  at  Oxford  before 
1647.  For  the  life  and  works  of  Sir  William  Petty,  see  Wood, 
Ath.  Ox.  iv.  214.  He  was  direct  ancestor  of  the  Marquess  of 
Lansdowne. 

Michael  Nickoll.  ffi.  1  Feb.  16ff  (Middlesex,  fil.  Michaelis 
Nickoll  de  Harrow  super  montem,  gen.  pp.  set.  18). 
B.A.  (Nicholls)  2  July,  1642. 


1638-39.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  143 


Gregory  Hooper,     ffl.  22  Feb.  16  Jf  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Gregorii 
Hooper  de  Ilsington,  gen.  pp.  aet.  18). 


John  Pasemore.      B.A.  (Wadham)  23  Feb.  16ff.     M.A. 
28  June,  1642. 

Possibly  John  Passmere,  son  of   John  Passmere  of   Exeter, 
aged  6  in  1620. 


1639. 

John  Grime.  Elected  S.  8  Sept.  1639  (Gloucestr.).  Pro- 
bably John  Grymes  who  M.  at  Oriel,  27  Nov.  1635 
(Gloucestr.  fil.  Richardi  Grymes  de  Gloucester,  pleb.  aet. 
17).  B.A.  16  Feb.  16ff  He  had  leave  of  absence 
17  April,  1643,  to  8  July;  8  July  to  29  Sept.;  6  Oct. 
till  St.  Thomas;  14  Dec.  till  Easter;  again  on  20  April, 
1644;  2  July  till  Christmas;  24  Dec.  till  Easter,  1645. 
Resigned  his  £.  3  July,  1646.  Created  M.A.  5  Sept. 
1660  ("  virtute  litt.  Cane.")  when  Wood  notes  against  his 
name  "  quondam  expulsus."  Lived  in  the  South  Bay 
Window. 


Joseph  Stringer.  OL  15  May,  1639  (Sussex.).  B.A.  4  Dec. 
1641. 

William  Mose.  <B.  15  May,  1639  (Sussex.).  M.  17  May, 
1639  (fil.  Gulielmi  Mose  de  Petworth,  gen.  set.  16).  CJBL 
received  15  May,  1639,  restored  18  May,  1640. 

Abraham  Forrester.  OL  19  March,  1639.  m.  20  March, 
1639  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Abraham  Forrester  de  Folkin,  i.e. 
Folke,  sacerd.  aet.  17).  &M.  received  12  April,  1640, 
restored  12  Dec.  1647.  Lived  in  the  Manciple's  Chamber, 
March,  1640. 

He  was  married  at  Folke  to  Abigail  Lydford  of  Sherborne  in 

1653. 


144  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1639. 

Robert  Adams.  13.  27  June,  1639.  fH.  15  May,  1640 
(Buck.  fil.  Thomse  Adams  de  Swanborne,  gen.  aet.  20). 
&.M.  received  27  June,  1639,  restored  4  Feb.  1642. 
Lived  in  Founder's  Chamber  from  June,  1639,  to  June, 
1641. 

Henry  Penn.  13.  11  July,  1639.  M.  22  Nov.  1639 
(Buck.  fil.  Michaelis  Penn  de  Stony  Stratford,  pleb. 
aet.  18).  C.JE.  received  30  Aug.  1639,  restored  9  July, 
1641.  Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's 
Inn  from  July,  1639,  to  July,  1640,  and  then  in  the 
Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'  till  Jan.  1641. 

William  Davyes.  13.  9  Oct.  1639.  fH.  (Davis)  11  Oct. 
1639  (Somerset,  fil.  Gulielmi  Davis  de  Aller,  gen.  aet. 
17).  &JH.  received  11  Oct.  1639,  restored  15  Sept. 
1641 ;  replaced  11  May,  1642,  but  there  is  no  notice  of 
repayment.  B.A.  16  Jan.  1642,  "in  secunda  creatione 
ex  Regis  gratia."  Lived  in  the  Second  North  Chamber 
from  Jan.  1639  to  15  Sept.  1641,  and  again  from  April, 
1642  to  Feb.  1643. 


George  Gilford.  JH.  28  June,  1639  (Essex,  serviens.  fil. 
Georgii  Gifford  de  Maiden,  pleb.  aet.  15).  Elected  &. 
8  Sept.  1639.  B.A.  18  March,  1643.  He  had  leave  of 
absence  11  Nov.  1642  till  Christmas;  2  Dec.  till  8  Jan. ; 
again  on  6  Dec.  1646.  He  was  elected  ^)l.  30  June, 
1646,  and  in  the  Convention  Book  appears  as  admitted 
3P.  23  Aug.  1647.  He  appears  among  those  reported  to 
the  Committee  of  Lords  and  Commons  for  not  sub- 
mitting to  the  Visitation,  14  July,  1648.  His  name 
appears  for  the  last  time  in  the  Bursar's  Book  as  having 
one  quarter's  arrears  due  to  him  at  Christmas,  1648.  He 
lived  apparently  in  Foundresse  Chamber. 

His  father  was  a  saddler.  Admitted  Gresham  Professor  of 
Divinity,  7  June,  1661,  and  collated  to  the  Rectory  of 
St.  Dunstan's  in  the  East,  4  Dec.  1661.  President  of  Sion 
College  1677  and  1678,  to  which  he  was  a  considerable  bene- 
factor after  the  Fire  of  London  ;  died  unmarried,  July,  1686  ; 
but  see  another  George  Gifford  1636. 


1639-40.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  145 

Edward  Clarke.     iff.  6  Dec.  1639  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Thomae 
Clarke  do  Grimston,  pleb.  pp.  gut.  18). 


1640. 

Richard  Hopkins.  Elected  &.  6  Oct.  1640  (of  Christ 
Church,  Bristol).  He  had  leave  of  absence  2  Dec.  1642 
to  8  Jan.  and  on  7  Jan.  for  a  fortnight.  Lived  in 
the  South  Bay  Window. 


Rowland  Okeover.     JF.OL  6  April,  1640  (Stafford.),     ffl. 

8  May,  1640  (fil.  Humfredi  Okeover  de  Okeover,  arm. 

set.  16).     C.ffiU  received  10  April,  1640,  restored  5  July, 

1642.     Okeover's  tankard  (34-S-oz.)  was  among  the  plate 

sacrificed  in  1642. 

Son  and  heir  of  Humphrey  Okeover,  Sheriff  of  Derbyshire 
1631,  born  1624.  Sir  Rowland  Okeover  was  knighted  19  April, 
1665,  died  1692. 

John  Croftes.  JfM.  12  May,  1640.  C.ffl.  received 
12  May,  1640,  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647.  His 
tankard  (over  20  oz.)  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in 
1642. 

Apparently  by  the  dates,  John,  son  of  John  Croftes  of  Little 
Saxham,  buried  there  23  June,  1664  :  said  to  have  been  cup- 
bearer to  King  Charles  I. 

John  Winter.  ,jF.OL  0  June,  1640.  C.fH.  received 
10  June,  1640,  restored  30  July,  1641.  His  tankard 
weighing  more  than  35-J  oz.  was  among  the  plate 
sacrificed  in  1642. 

Thomas  Waller.  Jf.<&.  7  March,  1640.  C.fH.  received 
8  March,  1(540,  restored  9  Feb.  1647.  Lived  in  the 
Upper  Ohape]  Chamber  in  March,  1(140. 


146  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1640. 

Ellis  Willes.  OL  May,  1640  (Elias  Wills,  Corrmb.).  fH. 
19  May,  1640  (fil.  Gulielmi  Willes  de  Saltash,  gen.  set, 
17).  (£.£H.  received  25  May,  1640,  taken  up  for  Battels 
10  Dec.  1647. 

Richard  Leigh.  <E.  27  Oct.  1640  (Devon.).  C.fH.  received 
26  Oct  1640,  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647.  Lived 
in  the  Middle  Tower  Chamber. 


Thomas  Mascall.  <£.  9  Nov.  1640  (Bristol.).  &M.  re- 
ceived 23  Nov.  1640,  restored  80  June,  1642.  Lived  in 
Founder's  Chamber  from  Nov.  1640,  to  June,  1641. 

John  Hilary.  4L  28  Nov.  1640  (Dorcestr.).  fH.  11  Dec.  ? 
1640  (Hillary,  fil.  Johannis  Hillary  de  Meerehay,  pleb. 
set.  17).  drjff.  received  23  Nov.  1640,  repaid  to  his 
brother  William  (1658),  8  July,  1658. 


James  Shephard.  13.  March,  1640  (Devon.).  fH.  15  May. 
1640  (fil.  Jacobi  Shephard  de  Uploman,  pleb.  set.  16), 
ft.fH.  received  19  Feb.  1639,  restored  15  Nov.  1643. 
Elected  &.  probably  in  1643.  He  had  leave  of  absence 

14  Dec.  1643  till  Easter;  20  April,  1644;  2  July  till 
Christmas;    24   Dec,   till   Easter;    7    April,   1645    till 

29  June  ;  30  June  till  Michaelmas  ;  11  Nov.  till  Christ- 
mas ;  30  Dec.  till  Easter ;  30  March,  1646,  till  29  June  ; 

30  June  till  Michaelmas  ;  again  on  6  Dec.     His  name  is 
included  (apparently  still  without  a  degree)  among  those 
reported  by  the  Visitors  to  the  Committee  of  Lords  and 
Commons  for  not  submitting  on  14  July,  1648.     He  is 
mentioned    in    the    Bursar's    Books    as    having    three 
quarters'  arrears  of  ,§•  due  at  Christmas,  1648. 

William   Thomas.      13.    7   March,    1640    (Londin.).      fflL 

15  May,  1640  (fil.  Johannis  Thomas  de  Londin,  pleb.  set. 
16).     C.iH.  received   6   March,   1639,  restored   13   Oct. 
1640.      Elected   g>.    6    Oct.    1640    (of   Christ   Church, 
Suburb.  London).     B.A.  3  June,  1647.     He  had  leave  of 
absence  11  Nov.  1642 ;  2  Dec.  till  8  Jan.  ;  7  Jan.  for  a 
fortnight;   17  April,  1643  to   7  July;  20  April,  1644; 
2  July  till  Christmas;  24  Dec.  till  Easter;  7  April,  1645, 
till  29  June;    30  June  till   Michaelmas;    11   Nov.  till 


1640.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  147 

Christmas;  30  Dec.  till  Easter;  30  March,  1646,  till 
29  June ;  30  June  till  Michaelmas.  Elected  $.  30  June, 
1647,  and  admitted  6  Aug.  Elected  Sub-Dean  6  Dec. 
1647.  He  was  among  those  reported  to  the  Committee 
of  Lords  and  Commons  for  not  submitting  to  the 
Visitation  14  July,  1648,  and  is  enumerated  among 
"  Loyalists  Expelled,"  in  a  list  contained  in  a  pamphlet 
(Gough,  Oxford,  80),  in  Bodley.  He  is  mentioned  as 
having  three  quarters'  arrears  of  &.  due  Christmas, 
1648. 

Thomas   Leir.      Hx    20   May,    1640.      £H.    4   June,    1640 
(Somerset,  fil.  Bichardi  Leir  de  Charlton  Musgrove,  pleb. 
aet.  18).      (£.fBL  received  10  July,  1640,  taken  up  for 
Battels  10  Dec.  1647.     B.A.  (Leyer)  16  Jan.  1642  "in 
secunda   creatione    ex    Regis    gratia."       Lived    in   the 
Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  from  July  to  Oct.  1640, 
when  he  moved  to  the  Second  North  Chamber.     He  re- 
plied to  the  demand  to  submit  to  the  Visitors,  "  I  ac- 
knowledge myself  bound  both  by  the  laws  of  God  and 
man  to  be  obedient  to  all  just  and  lawful  authoritie." 
Eector  of  Charlton  Musgrove  24  July,  1660  to  1712,  and  father 
of  William  Leir  1694.     His  letters  written  to  his. father  (who 
was  also  Rector)  while  at  Wadham  (1640-1648)  are  preserved 
among  the  archives  of  the  Leirs  of  Charlton  Musgrove. 

Abraham  Page.     ®.   19  Nov.   1640.     fH.   13  Nov.  1640 

(Middlesex,  fil.  Abraham  Page  de  Northall,  i.e.  North olt, 
pleb.  set.  18).  C.ffl.  received  9  April,  1641,  restored 
12  June,  1647.  Lived  in  Founder's  Chamber  9  April, 
1641. 

John  Ford.  &.  28  Nov.  1640  (Devon.),  fitt.  16  April,  1641 
(fil.  Emmanuelis  Ford  de  Hunniton,  pleb.  aet.  18).  (£.£H. 
received  30  Nov.  1640,  restored  9  Feb.  1647.  B.A. 
12  July,  1644.  Lived  in  Bottom  Tower  Chamber  7  Dec. 
1640,  and  as  B.A.  in  Cower  Chaplain's  Chamber  1646. 

One  John  Ford  was  Chaplain  Priest  of  Ottery  St.  Mary  1654- 

1660. 


Isaac  Tucker.  IB.  15  May,  1640  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Arthur! 
Tucker  de  Line,  pleb.  aet.  17).  Elected  £.  6  Oct.  1640 
(of  Lyme).  He  had  leave  of  absence  17  April,  1643,  to 

L  2 


148  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1640-41. 

7  July;  8  July  to  29  Sept.;  6  Oct.  to  St.  Thomas; 
14  Dec.  till  Easter ;  20  April,  1644 ;  2  July  till  Christ- 
mas ;  24  Dec.  till  Easter.  His  name  occurs  among  those 
reported  to  the  Committee  of  Lords  and  Commons  for 
not  submitting  to  the  Visitation  on  14  July,  1648. 
Lived  in  the  Under  Chamber  of  the  South  Crest. 

Richard   Butterwick.       fH.    13   Nov.    1640    (Sussex,    fil 
Thomae  Butterwick  de  Berrye,  gen.  set.  16). 

Robert  Rutt.     fH.  4  Dec.  1640  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Gulielmi  Rutt 
de  Gillingham,  pleb.  set.  17). 


1641. 

John  Strode.  dF.OL  13  May,  1641  (Dorcestr.).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived 14  May,  1641,  restored  2  Sept.  1642.  Strode's 
Tankard  (over  23 J  oz.)  was  among  the  plate  sacrificed  in 
1642. 

Probably  afterwards  Sir  John  Strode  of  Chantmarle  (born 
1624,  died  1679),  who  was  taken  prisoner  by  the  Parliamentary 
forces  at  Taunton,  and  compounded  for  his  estate  10  Feb.  1644. 


George  Strode.  OL  13  May,  1641  (Dorcestr.).  «D.fK.  re- 
ceived 14  May,  1641,  restored  13  Dec.  1642. 

Apparently  brother  of  the  above  and  second  son  of  Sir  John 
Strode  of  Parnham,  born  1626.  He  became  Serjeant-at-Law, 
and  died  1701,  aged  75. 

Thomas  Ironside.  <£.  4  June,  1641  (Dorcestr.).  £H.  same 
day  (fil.  Gilberti  Ironside  de  Stepleton,  sacerd,  set.  16). 
CT.fH.  received  7  June,  1641,  restored  2  Nov.  1643. 
Lived  in  the  Manciple's  Chamber  7  June,  1641.  He 
was  buried  in  the  South  End  of  the  Outer  Chapel 
11  May,  1643,  where  there  once  was  a  stone  with  T.  I. 
Maii  1643. 

Apparently  son  of  Gilbert  Ironside,  who  was  afterwards  Bishop 

of  Bristol. 


1641.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  149 

Thomas  Mell-Huish  (sic).  OL  14  June,  1641  (Devon.). 
C.fH.  received  same  day,  restored  9  Feb.  1647.  Lived 
in  Founder's  Chamber  18  July,  1641. 

One  Eobert  Mell-Huish  of  Witheridge,  Devon,  was  patron  of 
the  Church  there  in  1643  and  1644;  Thomas  Mell-Huish 
(described  of  Hamford)  is  patron  in  1661,  and  (of  Northam)  in 
1672. 

George  Gray.  OL  28  June,  1641  (Dorcestr.).  C.ffl.  re- 
ceived 12  July,  1641,  restored  9  Feb.  1647.  Lived  in 
the  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'  3  Feb.  1641. 

Probably  son  of  Angel  Gray,  son  of  George  Gray  of  Bridport, 
buried  10  Dec.  1672. 


John   St.   Albanes.     4L    16   July,    1641.     <E.fH.   received 
27   May,    1642,   taken   up   for   Battels    10   Dec.    1647. 
Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  Feb.  1642. 
Possibly  one  of  the  St.  Aubyns  of  Clowance,  Cornwall. 

William  Huish.  <E.  16  July,  1641.  C.fft.  received 
21  April,  1643,  restored  30  Oct.  1643.  Elected  5>.  pro- 
bably in  1643.  B.A.  7  July,  1647.  He  had  leave  of 
absence  20  April,  1644;  2  July,  1644,  till  Christmas; 
24  Dec.  till  Easter  ;  7  April,  1645,  till  29  June  ;  30  June 
till  Michaelmas;  11  Nov.  till  Christmas;  30  Dec.  till 
Easter;  30  March,  1646,  till  29  June;  30  June  till 
Michaelmas  ;  again  on  6  Dec.  His  name  is  found  among 
those  removed  from  their  places  by  the  Visitors  upon  the 
Order  of  the  Committee  of  Lords  and  Commons  on 
2  Oct.  1648.  Lived  as  B.A.  in  College  Chamber. 

I  believe  him  to  be  also  the  person  whose  name  appears  in 
Burrows'  Visitors'  Register  on  p.  162  as  Skywift'e  :  in  this  list, 
which  is  almost  absolutely  alphabetical,  the  name  occurs 
between  Goodridge  and  Manning  :  the  first  letter  or  letters  are 
by  no  means  plain  in  the  MS.  of  the  Register,  and  Huish  is 
found  in  earlier  records  of  the  College  as  Hewiss  :  if  so,  he 
was  reported  to  the  Committee  of  Lords  and  Commons  for  not 
submitting  to  the  Visitors  on  14  July,  1648. 

Probably  instituted  Rector  of  Maiden  Newton,  Dorset,  on 
the  death  of  Matthew  Osborne,  Original  Fellow  28  Nov.  1661  ; 
buried  there  1683.  (Hutchins,  II.  689.) 


150  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1641. 

Peter  Wollcott.  <&.  Nov.  1641  (Devon.)-  »  (Woolcott) 
4  March,  1641  (fil.  Gulielmi  Woolcott  de  Sidbury,  gen. 
set.  17).  e.fH.  received  25  Jan.  1641,  restored  29  March, 
1647. 

Probably  son  of  Peter  (William)  Wollcott  1615. 

John  Newberry.  OL  21  Feb.  1641  (Devon.).  &M.  re- 
ceived same  day,  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647. 

John  Perkins.  <£.  15  March,  1641  (Warwic.).  ffi.  1  April, 
1642  (fil.  Gulielmi  Perkins  de  Marston,  i.e.  Marson,  gen. 
set.  17).  C.fH.  received  17  March,  1641,  restored 
15  Dec.  1647.  Lived  in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's 
Inn. 


John  Russell.  OL  25  March,  1641  (Londin.).  ffl.  1  April, 
1642  (fil.  minor  Gulielmi  Russell  de  Londin,  eq.  set.  16). 
&.M.  received  27  March,  1642,  restored  9  Feb.  1647. 


John  Michaelson,  $3.  4  June,  1641  (Essex.),  ffl.  4  June, 
1641  (fil.  Johannis  Michaelson  de  Chensford,  S.  S.Theol. 
Doct.  set.  17).  (£.fH.  received  same  day,  restored  9  Feb. 
1647.  Elected  &.  probably  in  1645.  B.A.  15  May, 
1646  :  his  grace  for  B.A.  was  granted  21  April,  1646, 
when  he  is  described  as  £.  He  had  leave  of  absence 
on  6  Dec.  1646.  He  was  reported  for  not  submitting  to 
the  Visitors  on  14  July,  1648 :  and  was  removed  from 
his  place  upon  the  order  of  the  Committee  of  Lords  and 
Commons  2  Oct.  1648.  Lived  in  Founder's  Chamber 
9  July,  1641. 

William  Birt.  $3.  7  Feb.  16fJ-  (Dorcestr.).  f&.  (Burt) 
4  March,  16|i  (fil.  Tristrami  Birt  de  West  Chelborne,  i.e. 
Chelborough,  sacerd.  set.  17).  £.;£H.  received  9  Feb. 
16  Ji  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647.  Probably  the 
person  reported  (Mr.  Barter)  by  the  Visitors  for  not 
submitting  14  July,  1648.  Lived  in  the  Second  North 
Chamber  in  July,  1642. 


1641.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  151 


John  Hodder.  &\  19  Feb.  16f*-  (Dorcestr.).  M.  1  April, 
16^4  (fil.  Johannis  Hodder  de  Beminster,  pleb.  set.  15). 
ttJR.  received  23  Feb.  16-&,  restored  1  June,  1647. 
Lived  in  the  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'  Feb.  1641, 
and  in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  from  March, 
1641  to  July,  1642,  and  then  in  the  Manciple's  Chamber. 


Thomas  Coward.  f«.  16  April,  1641  (Wilton,  fil.  Gaspari 
Coward  de  Meere,  ?  Meen,  pleb.  set.  16).  B.A.  1  March, 
16-f-f-.  M.A.  14  Dec.  1647.  His  answer  to  the  Visitors, 
dated  12  May,  1648  was  :  "  If  after  more  consideration  I 
shall  soe  understand  the  meaninge  of  these  words,  *  The 
authoritie  of  Parliament/  as  thereby  to  cleare  my  un- 
satisfied conscience  of  some  scruple ;  I  shall  then  will- 
ingely  subscribe  to  this  Visitation."  And  he  is  included 
among  those  who  have  not  submitted  in  the  list  of 
15  May,  1648. 

Humphrey  Drake,  m.  16  April,  1641  (fil.  Humfredi  Drake 
de  Londin,  pleb.  set.  16).  B.A.  23  Jan.  16|f  M.A. 
14  Dec.  1647. 

Thomas  Way.  £H.  4  June,  1641  (Dorcestr.  fil.  ThomaB  Way 

de  Bridport,  pleb.  set.  18). 

Richard  Smyth.  fa.  26  Nov.  1641  (Somerset,  fil.  Thomse 
Smyth  de  Chard,  pleb.  set.  17). 

Joseph  Hall.  fa.  11  March,  16-H-  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Thomse 
Hall  de  Milborne,  sacerd.  set.  16).  Elected  &.  probably 
in  1643.  He  had  leave  of  absence  2  July,  1644  till 
Christmas;  24  Dec.  till  Easter;  7  April,  1645  till 
29  June ;  30  June  till  Michaelmas  ;  11  Nov.  till  Christ- 
mas; 30  Dec.  till  Easter,  1646.  He  appears  in  the 
Bursar's  Book  for  the  last  time  with  two  quarters'  arrears 
of  2j.  due  Christmas,  1648.  His  name  appears  among 
those  reported  by  the  Visitors  for  not  submitting 
14  July,  1648.  In  Burrows'  Visitors  he  is  called  M.A., 
but  I  find  no  notice  of  his  degrees.  On  16  Nov.  1649, 
Joseph  Hall  e  Coll.  Wadham  nuper  Art.  Bac  ex  Acad. 
Cant.  adm.  erat  M.A.  necnon  in  dom.  conv.  et  congreg. 
but  see  under  1648. 


152  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1641-42. 

John  Walwyn.  IB.  11  March,  16-££  (Sussex,  fil.  Joliannis 
Walwyn  de  Code-Walton,  i.e.  Cold  Walt  ham,  gen.  a3t. 
16).  C.fH.  received  28  Jan.  16£i,  taken  up  for  Battels 
10  Dec.  1647. 


Stanley.  One  of  this  name  appears  as  B.A.  of  Wadham 
1641-42;  but  it  is  possibly  a  mistake  for  Stucley 
(Stukely),  as  it  follows  the  name  of  Lewis  Stucley,  see 
1637. 

William  Cox.  M.A.  (Wadham)  at  the  Act  1641.  B.A. 
(Magdalen)  23  June,  1638. 


1642. 

William  Jermyn.  Elected  £.  3  Oct.  1642  (aged  18,  of 
London).  fflL  Balliol  4  June,  1641  (pleb.  fil.  set.  17). 
He  had  leave  of  absence  17  April,  1643  till  7  July; 
8  July  till  Michaelmas ;  6  Oct.  till  St.  Thomas  ;  14  Dec. 
till  Easter;  20  April,  1644;  2  July  till  Christmas; 
24  Dec.  till  Easter ;  7  April,  1645,  till  29  June  ;  30  June 
till  Michaelmas;  11  Nov.  till  Christmas;  30  Dec.  till 
Easter;  30  March,  1646,  till  29  June;  30  June  till 
Michaelmas.  His  name  appears  among  those  reported 
to  the  Committee  of  Lords  and  Commons  for  not  sub- 
mitting to  the  Visitors  on  14  July,  1648.  He  appears 
in  the  Bursar's  Book  with  two  quarters'  arrears  of  S» 
due  to  him  at  Christmas,  1648.  In  Burrows'  "  Register 
of  the  Visitors,"  it  is  said  that  he  came  from  Exeter 
College. 


Thomas  Draper.     $.<&.  12  April,  1642. 

Possibly  Thomas  Draper  of  Sunninghill,  Berks,  created  Baronet 
9  June,  1660,  died  s.p.m.  Dec.  1703. 

Henry  Brounckar.  JfM.  5  May,  1642.  £H.  20  May, 
]  (542  (Middlesex,  fil.  2dus  Henrici  Brounckar  de  West- 
minster, mil.  ast.  15).  C.fH.  received  6  May,  1642,  re- 


1642.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  153 


stored  7   Aug.   1645.       Lived    in    the    Bottom    Tower 
Chamber  from  May  to  July,  1642. 

Probably  nephew  of  Edward  Broimckar,  the  original  JF.  whose 
younger  brother  Henry  is  claimed  as  ancestor  by  the  Brounckers 
of  Boveridge,  Dorset. 

Lord  Pagett.  JfM.  24  Jan.  16-* f.  He  occupied  the 
Manciple's  Chamber  2  Oct.  1643. 

William,  son  of  William,  fourth  Lord  Paget,  and  great-grand- 
son of  the  first  Lord,  the  statesman  of  Tudor  times,  made 
knight  of  the  Bath  at  the  Coronation  of  Charles  I.  :  he  suc- 
ceeded his  father  in  his  twentieth  year  29  Aug.  1629.  He  at 
first  sided  with  the  Parliament,  and  was  appointed  by  them 
Lord  Lieutenant  of  Bucks  ;  but  soon  after  (being,  according  to 
Clarendon,  convinced  in  conscience)  came  over  to  the  King, 
and  raised  a  regiment  which  did  good  service  at  Edgehill 
23  Oct.  1642.  He  died  19  Oct.  1678,  in  Old  Palace  Yard, 
Westminster,  and  was  buried  at  Dray  ton. 

Doctor  Short.     dF.OL  28  Jan.  1642. 

Mr.  William  Lane,  B.T.     Jf.(&.  28  Jan.  1642. 

Sir  John  Stawell.  Jf.(&.  1642.  Created  M.A.  16  Jan. 
K5J:--.  Created  M.D.  31  Jan.  16||-.  He  was  once  a 
Gentleman  Commoner  of  Queen's  College. 

He  was  made  Knight  of  the  Bath  at  the  Coronation  of  Charles  I., 
Knight  of  the  Shire  for  Somerset  in  the  Long  Parliament ;  but 
took  up  arms  for  the  King  together  with  his  three  sons,  and 
was  made  Colonel  of  Horse,  and  subsequently  Governor  of 
Taunton.  On  the  ruin  of  the  King's  Cause  he  was  imprisonedj 
his  estate  sequestrated,  and  his  mansion  at  Cotholetone  de- 
stroyed ;  but  he  lived  to  witness  the  Restoration,  and  again  sat 
in  Parliament  for  Somerset.  He  died  at  Ham,  near  Somerton, 
21  Feb.  16{jJ,  aged  62.  His  eldest  son  Ralph  was  created 
Baron  Stawel  of  Somerton  15  Jan.  16£--.  The  Stawels  had 
several  generations  before  intermarried  with  the  Wadhams  of 
Merrifield,  see  Collins'  Peerage,  IV.  336. 


154  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1642. 

Amias   Pawlett.      JfM.    1642.      Created   M.A.    16    Jan. 
16. 


. 


Probably  the  third  son  of  John,  first  Lord  Paulet  of  Hinton 
St.  George,  by  Christian,  daughter  and  heir  of  Christopher 
Ken  of  Ken,  Somerset. 

Edward  Kirton.      JfM.   1642.      Created   M.A.   16   Jan. 
16«. 

M.P.  for  Milborne,  Somerset,  in  the  Long  Parliament  ;  he  left 
it  and  retired  to  the  King  at  Oxford,  and  sate  in  the  Parliament 
there  1643.  One  Edward  Kirton,  steward  to  the  Duke  of 
Somerset,  received  Charles  II.  at  Castle  Gary  after  the  Battle  of 
Worcester.  (Phelp,  I.  377.) 


John  Comins.  (ft.  1  April,  1642  (Essex).  Thomas 
Cummins  paid  &M.  on  31  March,  1641  (?  1642),  restored 
2  Oct.  1643.  M.D.  6  July,  1653. 

Edmund  Man.     (ft.  9  April,  1642  (Londin.).     fH.  6  May, 
1642  (Eborac.  fil.  Edmundi  Man  de  Londin,  gen.  set.  17). 
received  31  March,  1642,  restored  25  April,  1648. 


Richard  Lane.  (ft.  7  May,  1642  (Devon.).  C.fH.  received 
same  day,  restored  21  April,  1643.  Lived  in  the  Double 
Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  from  9  May,  1642  to  11  March, 
1642.  One  Richard  Lane  was  created  M.A.  when  the 
young  princes  visited  Oxford  3  Nov.  1642. 

William  Watton.  (ft.  7  May,  1642  (Cant.).  fH.  13  May, 
1642  (fil.  Gulielmi  Watton  de  Addington,  arm.  set.  15). 
C.fflL  received  7  May,  1642,  restored  1  Dec.  1647.  Lived 
in  the  Second  North-  West  Chamber  from  May  to  July, 
1642. 

He  was  only  son  of  William  Watton  by  Elizabeth  Symonds  of 
Essex,  and  succeeded  his  father  28  Oct.  I(j51  ;  married  Margaret 
Moreland  of  Stroud.  On  the  Watton  monument  in  Addington 
church,  following  an  inscription  to  his  father's  memory,  it  is 
recorded,  "Hie  etiam  conduntur  reliquiae  Gulielmi  Watton, 
nlii  supradicti  Gulielmi  ;  in  uxorem  duxit  Margaretam  More- 


1642.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  155 

land  quoe  septem  liberos  peperit."  The  Register  gives  him  as 
baptized  in  1624,  so  that  his  age  is  wrongly  stated  at  his 
matriculation. 

Richard  Davies.  <£.  14  May,  1642  (Londin.).  fiS.  20  May, 
1642  (Middlesex,  fil.  Johannis  Davies  de  Londin,  arm. 
a>t.  14).  Lived  in  the  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'. 


Charles  Hawke.  OL  20  May,  1642  (Cornub.).  <£.fH.  re- 
ceived 7  May,  1642,  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647. 
Lived  in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber  15  July,  1642. 

Reuben  Robinson.  OL  5  Dec.  1642.  fE.  24  March,  1642 
(Essex,  fil.  Reubeni  Robinson  de  Maiden,  gen.  set.  15). 
C.fH.  received  7  Dec.  1642,  restored  9  Feb.  1647.  Lived 
in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber  24  Jan.  1642. 

Robert  Toope.  OL  20  March,  16ff.  C.fH.  received 
21  March,  16|  |,  restored  10  Feb.  1646.  Lived  in  the 
Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  from  March  1642  to 
Aug.  1643. 

In  Shaftesbury  Church  is  a  monument,  "Hie  jacet  corpus 
Roberti  Toope  generosi  qui  obiit  decimo  octavo  die  Septembris 
Anno  Domini  1671."  (Hutchins,  III.  50.) 


William  Togood.  $5.  7  April,  1642  (Bristol.).  CJH.  re- 
ceived same  day,  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647. 
Lived  in  the  First  North-West  Chamber. 

Peter  Noss.  33.  21  June,  1642  (Somerset.).  C.fH.  received 
7  June,  1642,  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647. 


Francis  Atkins.  iH.  20  May,  1642  (Hybern.  fil.  Johannis 
Atkins  de  North  Parrott  in  regno  praedict.  set.  21). 

Nathaniel  Lacy.  ffl.  24  March,  IGJ-jj-,  serviens  (Essex,  fil. 
Averei  Lacy  de  Ongar,  pleb.  act.  16).  On  14  Nov.  1640. 
"  Deleg.  approbarunt  ut  Nathaniel  Lacy,  A.B.  olim  e 


156  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1642-43. 

Coll.  Wad.  sit  M.A.  perfectis  prius  exercitiis  ad  gradum 
M.  in  Art.  requisitis." 

Bernard  Mander.     B.A.  (Wadham)  10  Nov.  1642.     M.A. 
12  July,  1645. 

Probably  father  of  Bernard  Mander  1670  ;  and  if  so,  minister 
of  Chipping  Warden,  Northampton. 


Edward  Windham.  Ordered  to  be  created  M.A.  (Wadhain) 
by  Royal  Warrant  16  Jan.  16  •;}  H. 

Perhaps  identical  with  Edmund  Windham  1619. 

George  Strangewaies.     Created  M.A.  (Wadham)  16  Jan. 
16«. 

"  An  officer,  one  of  the  ancient  and  genteel  family  of  his  name 
in  Dorsetshire."    Wood. 

Probably  third  son  of  Thomas  Strange waies  of  Winterborne 
Huston,  aged  12  in  1623.     (Hutchins,  I.  149). 


1643. 

Thomas  Baker.  Elected  j£.  1642,  according  to  the  Con- 
vention Book  under  date  17  April,  1645,  when  he  was 
admitted  "  cujus  tamen  admissio  per  civiles  regni  dis- 
cordias  in  hoc  tempus  dilata  fuit,"  on  which  statement 
Dr.  Griffith,  formerly  Warden,  made  the  following  note, 
dated  20  Oct.  1875  :  "  It  seems  to  me  that  this  entry  is 
erroneous  in  stating  that  Thomas  Baker  was  chosen  in 
1642,  and  that  he  was  not  chosen  till  1643,  because  (1) 
after  very  careful  scrutiny  I  cannot  find  more  than  one 
Scholarship  vacant  at  the  election  of  1642,  when  Warre, 
B.A.,  seems  to  have  made  a  vacancy,  and  W.  Jermyri 
Avas  elected.  (2)  Baker  after  his  admission  is  several 
times  mentioned  after  Shepheard  but  before  Huish,  who 
appear  to  have  been  elected,  with  Hall  and  Estcott,  in 
1643,"  which  agrees  with  the  following  entry  in  the 
Admission  Register  :  "  Allegavit  se  per  duos  plus  minus 
abhinc  annos,  annum  turn  setatis  decimum  octavum 
agentem  tempore  consueto  electionis  infra  dictum  Coll. 


1643.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  151 

per  Gard.  et  aliquot  dicti  Coll.  socios  competentes  in 
Scholarem  dicto  Coll.  collegiate  fuisse  electum  et  post 
electionem  cum  consensu  dicti  Gard.  et  sine  venia 
speciali  primo  habita  in  Corn.  Somersett.  profectum 
fuisse ;  sed  ita  multum  catervis  et  rebellium  armatorum 
impetu  impeditum  fuisse  ut  ad  hoc  Coll.  accedere  et 
admissionis  suse  beneficium  petere  tuto  ante  hoc  tempus 
non  potuit."  £H.  Magd.  Hall,  8  May,  1640.  (Somerset, 
fil.  Jacobi  B.  de  Ilton,  pleb.  set,  15).  B.A.  10  April  1647. 
He  had  leave  of  absence  from  11  Nov.  1645  till  Christ- 
mas; 30  Dec.  till  Easter;  30th  March,  1646,  till  29 
June ;  30  June  till  Michaelmas,  and  6  Dec.  Ad- 
mitted $3.  on  6  Aug.  1647.  On  14  July,  1648,  he  was 
reported  by  the  Visitors  to  the  Committee  of  Lords  and 
Commons,  and  presumably  deprived.  He  appears  in  the 
Bursar's  Books  with  three  quarters'  stipend  as  S*»  in 
arrear  at  Christmas,  1648. 

He  did  "some  little  pettite  service  for  his  Majesty  in  the 
garrison  at  Oxford,"  and  subsequently  became  minister  of 
Bishops  Nympton,  Devon,  "  where  he  lived  many  years  in  a 
most  retired  and  studious  condition  in  carrying  on  his  pro- 
found knowledge  in  the  mathematical  faculty,  yet  not  known 
or  valued  in  the  neighbourhood  for  his  great  knowledge  till 
this  hook  was  by  him  published,  '  The  Geometrical  Key,  or  the 
Gate  of  Equations  unlocked,'  London,  1684."  He  died  6  June, 
1690,  and  was  buried  in  Bishops  Nympton  Church.  He  received 
a  medal  from  the  Eoyal  Society,  with  an  inscription  full  of 
respect.  Wood,  Ath.  IV.  286. 

Daniel  Estcott.  Elected  JJ.  apparently  in  1643.  |H.  24 
Oct.  1645  (pleb.  fil.  set.  18,  serviens  added  in  another 
hand).  B.A.  16  Dec.  1648.  M.A.  27  July,  1650.  He 
had  leave  of  absence  on  14  Dec.  1643  till  Easter;  20 
April,  1644;  2  July  till  Christmas;  24  Dec.  till 
Easter;  7  April,  1645,  till  29  June;  30  June  till 
Michaelmas  ;  11  Nov.  till  Christmas  ;  30  Dec.  till 
Easter ;  30  March,  1646,  till  29  June  ;  30  June  till 
Michaelmas,  and  6  Dec.  On  14  July,  1648,  he  was 
reported  by  the  Visitors  to  the  Committee  of  Lords  and 
Commons  for  not  submitting,  and  appears  in  the  Bursar's 
Book  with  three  quarters'  stipend  as  *.  in  arrear  at 


158  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  [1643. 

Christmas,  1648.  Apparently  he  was  not  deprived,  as  he 
appears  among  the  Scholars  in  1650,  and  on  29  May,  1651, 
the  following  order  was  made  by  the  Committee  for  the 
Ee formation  of  the  Universities:  "  Whereas  it  appears  to 
this  Committee  that  there  is  a  JF.  now  voyde  in  Wad- 
ham  College,  and  this  Committee  have  not  yet  declared 
the  said  College  to  be  in  a  statutable  way  of  making 
their  own  elections :  It  is  therefore  ordered  that  Daniel 
Estcott,  Master  in  Arts,  and  ,£•  of  the  said  College,  who 
this  day  produced  a  certificate  of  his  piety  and  suf- 
ficiency in  learning  to  this  Committee,  be  JF.  of  the  said 
College,  and  shall  receive  all  profits  and  privileges 
thereof,  to  all  intents  and  purposes  ;  and  the  Warden,  or 
Senior  JF.  resident  in  the  said  College,  is  required 
forthwith  to  admit  him  accordingly.  James  Chaloner, 
William  Say,  Richard  Darley,  Robert  Brewster,  Gilbert 
Milliugton."  In  pursuance  of  which  order  he  was  ad- 
mitted Jf.  9  July,  1651.  He  was  Humanity  Lecturer 
in  1653.  Sub-Warden  in  Nov.  1654  and  Jan.  16-JK- 
Bursar  in  July  1656  and  Jan.  16ff.  On  Dec.  6,  1659, 
when  elections  are  again  recorded  in  the  old  manner, 
he  was  elected  Sub-Warden.  Bursar  in  1660.  Dean 
1661.  He  was  nominated  B.D.  12  Sep.  1661,  but  was 
not  present ;  he  took  the  degree  7  May,  1662.  Lived  in 
the  South  Bay  Window,  and  as  M.A.  had  the  First 
Upper  Chamber  from  the  Hall  with  a  Cockloft. 

Wood  says  that  he  was  nephew  of  the  Warden  Estcott,  and 
speaks  of  him  as  "  of  Exeter  City."  Kector  of  Dunchideock, 
13  March,  16f| ;  Canon  of  Exeter,  17  Sept.  1663,  and  within 
two  years  Archdeacon.  He  was  buried  in  Exeter  Cathedral  30 
March,  1668. 


William,  Earl  of  Bedford.     JfM.  15  Oct.  1643 

Eldest  son  of  Francis  (Russell)  4th  Earl  of  Bedford  of  that 
family,  created  Knight  of  the  Bath  at  the  Coronation  of  Charles 
I.,  succeeded  his  father  9  May,  1641.  On  the  breaking  out  of 
the  Civil  War  he  was  made  General  of  Horse  for  the  Parlia- 
ment, and  commanded  the  reserve  at  the  battle  of  Edge  Hill, 
23  Oct.  1G43  ;  subsequently  joined  the  King  at  Oxford,  and 


1643.]  WARDEN     ESTCOT.  159 


served  at  the  siege  of  Gloucester  and  battle  of  Newbury. 
Lived  in  retirement  till  the  Restoration,  when  he  was  made 
Lord-Lieutenant  of  Bedford  and  Cambridge.  He  was  the 
father  of  William,  Lord  Russell,  who  was  executed  on  a  charge 
of  high  treason  21  July,  1683.  Having  concurred  in  the 
Revolution,  he  was  created  Marquis  of  Tavistock  and  Duke  of 
Bedford  11  May,  1694.  He  died  7  Sept.  1700,  and  was  buried 
at  Cheneys,  Bucks. 

Sir  Edward  Herbert,  The  Attourney  Generall.  JfM. 
26  Oct.  1643.  On  25  Nov.  1643,  he  occupied  the  Little 
Chamber  in  Btiller's  Inn,  and  on  4  Dec.  the  North  West 
and  North  Corner  Cocklofts.  The  only  otherWadham  record 
referring  to  him  is  on  the  back  of  a  MS.  containing  the 
list  of  burials  in  the  College  Chapel  and  Cloister : 
"  Charles,  the  eldest  son  of  Sir  Edward,  born  Aug. 
1644."  "  Edward,  son  of  Sir  Edward  Herbert,  Attorney- 
General  and  ye  lady  (blank)  his  wife  ;  was  born  J  (?  une), 
10,  1645  ;  was  baptised  J  (?une),  19." 

Entered  at  Lincoln's  Inn  and  called  to  the  Bar  ;  appointed 
Solicitor-General  25  Jan.  1640.  M.P.  for  Old  Saruin  in  the 
Short  Parliament  1640;  Attorney-General  29  Jan.  1641. 
On  3  Jan.  1642  he  was  ordered  by  the  King  to  impeach  the 
five  Members  before  the  House  of  Lords,  for  which  he  was 
himself  impeached  on  14  Feb.  and  subsequently  found  guilty, 
and  committed  to  the  Fleet  for  a  short  time.  He  joined  the 
King  at  York,  took  up  his  residence  in  Oxford,  and  acted  as 
Attorney-General  in  the  Parliament  held  there  in  1644.  He  is 
said  to  have  resigned  his  place  1  Nov.  1645,  but  Clarendon  always 
calls  him  Attorney-General  till  he  was  made  Lord  Keeper  of 
the  Great  Seal  at  Paris  in  April,  1653,  by  Charles  II.  This 
titular  office  he  retained  till  July,  1654,  when  he  resigned 
the  Seal  into  the  King's  hands,  and  retired  from  public  life. 
He  died  at  Paris  in  the  autumn  of  1657.  Charles  Herbert,  the 
eldest  son,  M.P.  for  the  town  of  Montgomery,  succeeded  his 
cousin,  Lord  Herbert,  as  Colonel  of  the  Twenty-third  Royal 
Welsh  Fusiliers  10  March,  1689.  He  was  a  zealous  supporter 
of  the  Revolution  of  1688  ;  and  was  named  heir  to  his  brother 
Arthur's  title  of  Earl  of  Torrington  ;  but  he  was  killed  by  the 
enemy  after  being  taken  prisoner  at  the  battle  of  Aughrim, 
12  July,  1691. 


160 


WARDEN     ESTCOT. 


[1643. 


Richard   Martin,     (ft.   25    March,    1643. 
5  Feb.  1642,  restored  30  March,  1643. 


.   received 


Robert  Adams,     (ft.   1643.     £.£H.  received  4  Feb.   1642, 
taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647. 


John  Major.     Admitted  to  the  lone  Study  over  against  the 
little  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn  18  Nov.  1643. 


Marben 


1644. 

Martin  Morland.  £H.  26  June,  1644  (Bercher.  fil.  Thomje 
Morland  de  Sulharnpstead,  sacerd.  ?  set.  20).  Elected  £>. 
2  July,  1644  (of  Sallumstede,  aged  17).  B.A.  16  Dec. 
1648.  M.A.  21  June,  1651.  He  had  leave  of  absence 
2  July,  1644  till  Christmas;  24  Dec.  till  Easter;  7  April, 

1645  till  29  June;  30  June  till  Michaelmas;  11  Nov. 
till  Christmas;    30  Dec.  till  Easter,   1646;    30  March, 

1646  till  29  June;    30  June  till  Michaelmas;  and  on 
6  Dec.     On  14  July,  1648,  he  was  reported  (under  the 
name   of   Merlaine)    to   the    Committee   of  Lords   and 
Commons  by  the  Visitors  for  not  submitting :  he  appears 
in  the  Bursar's  Book  with  four  quarters'  arrears  due  on 
his  £>.  at  Christmas,  1648  :   but  so  far  from  being  de- 
prived he  was  admitted  Jf.  12  July,  1650.     He  was  one 
of   the  Bursars  chosen  6   Dec.   1652,  and  again  he  is 
Bursar  in  February,  16ft.      His  Jf.  was  vacant  in  1657. 

He  was  apparently  a  younger  brother  of  Sir  Samuel  Morland, 
created  Baronet  of  Sulhamsted  Bannister  1660.  This  Sir 
Samuel  was  secretary  to  Thurlow,  and  was  employed  by  Crom- 
well on  various  embassies,  which  may  account  for  Martin 
Morland's  retaining  his  position  in  the  College.  (Lysons.) 


James  Whetcombe.  ffl.  26  June,  1644  (Essex,  fil.  Jacobi 
Whetcombe  de  Margaretting,  gen.  set.  16).  <gL  3  May, 
1647.  Elected  &  20  Aug.  1647.  Wood  in  his  MS. 
notes  seems  to  imply  that  he  died  an  Undergraduate. 
Lived  in  the  Under  Chamber  in  the  South  Crest,  and  in 
the  Upper  Chapel  Chamber,  May  to  Aug.  1647. 

One  Peter  Whetcombe  is  mentioned  in  the  Foundress'  Will  as 

"  my  cousin." 

M 


162  WARDEN     PITT.  [1644-45-46. 

Lloyd.     One  of  this  name  is  noted  as  B.A.   of   Wad  ham 
1644-45. 


1645. 

In  this  year  there  are  no  admissions  recorded,  and  only 
one  matriculation ;  that  of  Daniel  Estcott,  see  under 
1643. 


1646. 

Jonathan  Vaughan.  Elected  j£.  1646,  and  admitted 
24  Aug.  1647  (of  St.  Botolph,  Aldersgate,  London,  aged 
18).  B.A.  16  Dec.  1648.  M.A.  Oct.  1649.  His  reply 
to  the  Visitors  12  May,  1648,  was:  "I  acknowledge  the 
Parliament  power  in  this  their  present  Reformation  of 
Oxon ;  and  submitt  to  it."  He  was  reappointed  3%  by 
the  Visitors  16  Oct.  1648  ;  but  in  the  Bursar's  Book 
1649,  he  is  credited  with  t\vo  quarters'  arrears  as  JF,  at 
Christmas  1648.  Admitted  dF,  12  July,  1650.  He  was 
Bursar  in  Jan.  16|~J,  and  still  appears  on  the  Foundation 
in  1652. 


Hugh  Strode.  OL  6  April,  1646  (Dorcestr.).  <&M.  re- 
ceived 8  May,  1646,  restored  1647.  He  and  his  brother 
(below)  lived  in  the  Middle  Chapel  Chamber. 

He  was  third  son  of  Sir  John  Strode  of  Parnham,  and  was 
baptised  at  Chantmarle  2  June,  1628,  and  registered  at  Cat- 
tistock :  he  was  a  merchant  in  London,  in  the  parish  of 
St.  Magnus  the  Martyr,  and  died  in  1700.  (Hutchins,  II.  130.) 

Thomas  Strode.  OT.  6  April,  1646  (Dorcestr.).  C.£R.  re- 
ceived 8  May,  1646,  restored  4  Sept.  1648.  His  reply  to 
the  Visitors  12  May,  1648,  was  as  follows:  "If  the 
authoritie  of  the  Kinge  be  con joyned  with  this  authoritie 
of  Parliament  in  this  Visitation,  I  will  willingely  sub- 
mitt unto  it ;  if  otherwise,  I  will  in  noe  wise  submitt." 

He  was  fourth  son  of  Sir  John  Strode  of  Parnham  ;  became  a 
serjeant-at-law,  and  died  s.p.m.  4  Feb.  1698,  aged  70,  and  was 


1646.]  WARDEN     PITT.  163 

buried  at  Beaminster,  where  there  is  a  statue  in  white  marble, 
nearly  as  large  as  lii'e,  with  this  inscription  : 

D.O.M.P.Q. 

Mortalitatis  exuvias  hie  deposuit  Thomas  Strode  serviens  ad 
legem  qui  in  Christo  placide  obdormivit  Feb.  4,  1608,  setat.  suae 
70.  Vir  immortal i  memorise  sacratus  :  jurisprudentia  pietate 
et  consilio  insignis  ;  moribus  integris  juxta  et  suavissimis  ; 
Deo,  principi  et  amicis  semper  fidus.  Patre  Johanne  Strode, 
equite  aurato  de  Parnham  in  comitatu  Dorset  oriundus. 
Charissimam  sibi  adscivit  conjugem  Mariam  Adams,  relic'  de 
Parkinson  Odber,  armigero,  ex  qua  nliam  suscepit  unicam, 
adhuc  superstitem,  quse  hoc  supremu  pietatis  monumentu 
moestissima  et  cum  lacrymis  gemens. 

L.M.D.P.Q. 

Above  is  a  shield  of  twelve  quarters  with  the  crest  of  Strode. 
(Hutchins.) 


Thomas  Wickham.  $5.  12  Nov.  1646  (Somerset.).  E.JJH. 
received  28  March,  1647,  restored  10  Dec.  1647.  Ad- 
mitted 3>  20  Aug.  1647  (of  Hosington,  Somerset,  aged 
18).  Lived  in  the  Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'  till 
admitted  S>. 

Probably  Thomas  Wickham  of  Horsington,  baptised  1628  : 
died  before  14  April,  1682.  (Phelps.)  Father  of  Thomas 
Wickham  1672,  and  grandfather  of  Thomas  Wickham  17{^. 

John  Freeston.  13.  5  March,  16-f-f  (Wigorn.).  fH.  same 
day  (til.  Johannis  Freeston  de  Kedmonster,  i.e.  Kidder- 
minster, pleb.  set.  15,  serviens).  <£.fH.  received  1  June, 
1647,  restored  in  part  4  Nov.  1647,  the  remainder  being 
taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1647.  Lived  in  the 
Chamber  under  the  Chaplains'. 


Robert  Bragge.  IS.  24  March,  16£f  (Dorcestr.).  ffl. 
9  April,  1647  (fil.  Johannis  Bragge  de  Hay  Church,  pleb. 
aet.  19,  serviens).  (£.fft.  received  24  March,  1646,  restored 
26  Sept.  1647.  His  reply  to  the  Visitors  was:  "I  doe 
\villingely  submitt  to  the  authentic  of  Parliament  in  this 

M  2 


164  WARDEN     PITT.  [1646-47. 

Visitation,  and  to  the  present  Government  of  this  Uni- 
versity." This  is  placed  among  the  answers  from  Hart 
Hall  29  May,  1648,  probably  by  mistake  of  the 
Visitors'  Eegistrar.  He  was  nominated  by  the  Visitors 
to  a  S»  ^  Wadham  3  Oct.  1648  :  and  appears  with  a 
year's  arrears  due  to  him  in  the  Bursar's  Book  at 
Christmas,  1648.  B.A.  5  June,  1649.  Admitted  ,jF. 
12  July,  1650  (of  Culleton,  Devon.).  His  name  does 
not  appear  in  the  Bursar's  Book  after  1652.  Lived  in 
the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber  24  March,  1646. 


John  Crofts.  Created  DD.  of  Wadham  23  June,  1646, 
"  a  reward  for  loyal  sermons."  He  had  been  <*L  of 
Lincoln.  f&.  24  Oct.  1628  (fil.  Henrici  Crofts  de  Ted- 
ington,  mil.  set.  15).  JF.  of  All  Souls. 

Was  the  younger  son  of  Sir  Henry  Crofts  (of  Teddington,  Beds. ), 
and  brother  of  William,  Lord  Crofts.  Installed  Dean  of  Norwich 
7  Aug.  1660  :  died  27  July,  1670,  and  was  buried  in  the 
Cathedral.  (Wood  F.,  II.  99.) 


1647. 

Matthew  Derbie.  Admitted  £5*  6  Aug.  1647  (having  been 
elected  30  June,  1646)  of  Shepton  Beauchamp,  Somerset, 
aged  19. 

Robert  Potter.  Admitted  £.  20  Aug.  1647  (of  St.  Aldate's, 
Oxford,  aged  19).  His  answer  to  the  Visitors  12  May, 
1648,  was:  "I,  not  able  to  judge  of  the  authoritie  of 
Parliament,  doe  yet  refuse  to  submitt  to  this  Visitation." 
And  his  name  is  returned  as  Richard  Potter  among  those 
who  did  not  submit  15  May,  1648. 

Probably  of  the  same  family  as  the  original  Scholar  William 
Potter  1613. 

Thomas  Ayshford.  Admitted  Clerk  24  Aug.  1647,  aged 
20,  of  Ottery  St.  Mary.  He  must  have  deposited  some 
(£.|HM  for  it  was  restored  in  1650  by  Lee,  Bursar.  He 
was  admitted  £.  9  July,  1651,  when  he  is  described  as 
aged  19,  of  St.  Mary  Ottery,  Devon.  B.A.  10  July, 


1647.]  WARDEN     PITT.  165 

1651.      He   appears  with   £5    arrears   due    to  him  at 
Christmas,  1648,  in  the  Bursar's  Book. 

One   Thomas   Ayshford   was  appointed  Vicar   of  Axmirister 
13  Feb.  1661,  and  resigned  in  1662. 

Thomas  Pistell.     Admitted  Clerk,  24  Aug.  1647,  aged  17, 
of  Frome  Quintine,  Dorset. 

Probably  son  of   William  Pistell,  admitted  Vicar  of  Frome 
1617. 


Sydenham.  JF.OT.  14  Oct.  1647.  Probably  Thomas 
Sidnham  who  fH.  at  Magdalen  Hall  20  May,  1642 
(Dorcestr.  fil.  Gulielmi  Sydenham  de  Winford,  arm.  set. 
17).  He  submitted  to  the  Visitors,  and  was  appointed 
one  of  their  delegates  30  Sept.  1647  (of  Whaddam  Coll.). 
On  the  other  hand  his  name  appears  among  the  M.A.'s 
of  Magdalen  Hall  4  May,  1648,  "  Mr.  Sidnam ;  I  sub- 
mitt."  On  3  Oct.  1648,  his  name  (Siddenham)  appears 
among  those  chosen  among  the  Fellows  of  All  Souls  by 
the  Visitors  :  of  which  College  he  was  appointed  Senior 
Bursar  by  them  29  March,  1649.  Created  B.M. 
14  April,  1648. 

"  He  retired  from  Oxford  when  it  became  a  Royalist  fortress, 
returned  when  it  fell  into  the  hands  of  the  Parliament,  and 
retired  finally  just  before  the  Restoration."  (Burrows,  Worthies 
of  All  Souls.) 

He  became  M.D.  of  Pembroke  Hall,  Camb.  1676.  He  was 
'•the  chief  Physician  from  1660  to  1670,  and  in  his  last  days 
licenciat  or  permissus  of  the  College  of  Physicians."  (Wood, 
4  &.  IV.  270.) 

He  was  author  of  numerous  medical  works  (see  Wood).  He 
died  29  Dec.  1689,  and  was  buried  at  St.  James,  Westminster. 

Henry  Powlett  (Paulet).  Jf.Qt.  14  Oct.  1647.  C.iH. 
restored  5  Oct.  1648. 


166  WARDEN     PITT.  [1647. 

Robert  Atkins.  <£.  27  March,  1647  (Somerset.).  £fl. 
9  April,  1647  (fil.  Aronis  Atkins  de  Chard,  gen.  ait.  18. 
&.fH.  restored  26  Sept.  1647.  Appointed  <£.  by  decree 
of  the  Visitors  3  Oct.  1648.  B.A.  5  June,  1649.  M.A. 
5  May,  1652.  Admitted  $.  12  July,  1650.  His  reply 
to  the  Visitors  was:  "I  doe  submitt  to  the  authoritie  of 
Parliament  in  this  Visitation,  and  to  the  present  Govern- 
ment of  this  Universitie."  This  is  placed  among  the 
answers  from  Hart  Hall  29  May,  1648,  probably  by  mis- 
take of  the  Visitors'  Registrar.  He  appears  with  a  year's 
arrears  due  to  him  at  Christmas,  1648,  in  the  Bursar's 
Book.  Lived  in  the  Middle  Tower  Chamber  9  March, 
1647.  He  resigned  his  Jf.  30  June,  1661. 

He  is  said  to  have  been  Chaplain  to  Oliver  Cromwell ;  died 
1685. 

Thomas  Trayt  (Traite).  (ft.  6  April,  1647  (Dorcestr.). 
fB.  9  April,  1647  (fil.  Thomas  Trayt  de  Dorchester,  gen. 
set.  15).  e.fft.  restored  21  July,  1647.  Sir  Trait  occurs 
in  the  Bursar's  Books  1648-49.  Lived  in  the  Middle 
Tower  Chamber  6  April,  1647. 

Hamlet  Puleston.  (ft.  25  May,  1647  (Hampshire).  £H. 
24  May,  1647  (Hampton,  fil.  Richardi  Puleston  de 
Abbotsworthy,  Doctoris,  set.  15).  Admitted  ,£.  20  Aug. 
1647  (aged  16,  of  Alsford  Antiqua,  i.e.  Old  Alresford, 
Hants).  B.A.  23  May,  1650.  M.A.  (Jesus)  25  April, 
1653.  Lived  in  the  Upper  Chapel  Chamber  from  May, 
1647  till  20  Aug.  1647.  His  answer  to  the  Visitors 
12  May,  1648,  was:  "I  have  little  knowledge  in  such 
affaires,  yet  (as  I  have  heard)  I  may  submitt  to  noe 
Visitor,  but  the  Bishopp  of  Bath  and  Wells  :  without 
the  danger  of  incurringe  perjury."  Whereupon  he  is 
returned  15  May,  1648,  as  not  submitting.  (Pulixton.) 
He  probably,  however,  submitted  for  he  became  Fellow 
of  Jesus,  where  he  was  nominated  Moderator  Dialecticse 
19  May,  1656.  He  retained  his  Jf.  after  the  Restoration. 

"He  became  a  preacher,  and  wrote,  Monarchist  Britann'icw 
Siiuiularis  Protectio  or  a  brief  historical  essay  tending  to  prove 
God's  special  Providence  over  the  British  Monarchy,  London, 


1647.]  WARDEN      PITT.  167 

1660."  Also,  Epitome  Monarchal'  Hriftinuint',  or  a  brief  chro- 
nology of  the  British  Kings  1  (!('>:$. 

"He  died  in  London  111  a  poor  condition  16(32.  (Wood, 
Ath.  III.  544.) 

Son  of  Richard  Puleston,  an  original  Fellow  1613, 

Richard  Powell.  <£.  31  May,  1647  (Somerset.).  ifl. 
24  May,  1647  (fil.  Richard!  Powell  de  Spaxton,  sacerd. 
set.  17).  «D.fH.  received  20  July,  1647,  restored  20  Dec. 
1647.  Admitted  &.  20  Aug.  1647,  when  he  is  described 
as  aged  18.  Lived  in  the  Under  Chamber  in  the  South 
Crest. 

Thomas  Flower,  (ft.  25  June,  1647  (Somerset.).  <£JH. 
received  3  July,  1647,  restored  25  July,  1648. 

Probably  Rector  of  Farley  Hungerford,  Somerset,  26  June, 
1674,  where  he  died,  and  was  buried  with  this  inscription  on  a 
stone  in  front  of  the  altar  : 

Here  lyeth  ye  Body  of 
Thomas  Flower  Rect  of 
This  Church  who  dyed 

The  seventh  day  of 

November  in  ye  yeare  of 

Our  LORD  1690 

Richard  Creshold.  OL  30  Oct.  1647.  &JH.  received 
8  Nov.  1647,  restored  27  June,  1648.  He  replied  to  the 
Visitors  12  May,  1648,  (Crosheld)  :  "I  neither  may  nor 
can  submitt  to  this  Visitation  in  respect  of  my  conscience 
and  oath  of  allegeance."  One  Richard  Croshall  of 
Magdalen  College  is  returned  as  not  submitting  on 
15  May,  1648  :  probably  a  mistake  of  the  Registrar's  for 
the  above  Richard  Creshold. 


Edward  Davenant.     <£.  3  March,  1647  (Dorcestr.). 

received  2  March,  1647,  restored  8  Oct.  1648.  He  re- 
plied to  the  Visitors  12  May,  1648:  "Since  that  your 
power  is  graunted  you  only  by  vertue  of  an  Ordinance  of 
Parliament,  I  cannot,  therefore,  with  a  saffe  conscience 


168  WARDEN     PITT.  [1647. 

submitt  to  this  Visitation."    His  name  is  returned  among 
those  not  submitting  on  15  May,  1648. 

Son  of  l)r.  Edward  Davenant,  Vicar  of  Gillingham,  and 
brother  of  the  next  ;  buried  at  Gillingham,  "armiger,"  9  Dec. 
1676.  (Hutchins,  III.  643.) 


George  Davenant.     (ft.  3  March,  1647  (Dorcestr.). 

received  2  March,  1647,  restored  8  Oct.  1648.  He  re- 
plied to  the  Visitors  12  May,  1648  :  If  the  author!  tie  of 
Parliament  be  grounded  with  the  consent  of  the  Kinge, 
I  will  humbly  submitt,  if  it  be  not,  in  conscience  I 
cannot."  He  was  returned  as  not  submitting  on  15  May, 
1648.  However  he  fH.  at  Queens  18  Nov.  1650,  Doctoris 
fil.  B.A.  26  Feb.  16fi  M.A.  (Oriel)  4  July,  1655.  On 
6  Feb.  1653,  the  Visitors  forbade  that  any  of  the  $.'s  of 
Oriel  (of  whom  George  Davenant  was  one)  should  be 
admitted  Jf.s  :  nevertheless  the  Dean  admitted  George 
Davenant,  whereupon  on  23  Feb.  the  Visitors  made  void 
his  admission,  and  reduced  him  again  to  the  condition  ol 
aU. 

He  was  brother  of  the  above,  and  son  of  Dr.  Edward  Davenant 
of  Gillingham,  Wilts,  at  which  place  he  died  11  Sept.  1661, 
and  was  there  buried.  (Wood,  MS.)  (Hutchins,  III.  643.) 


John  Galpin.  3$.  17  May,  1647  (Dorcestr.).  One  John 
Galping  £H.  (Balliol)  2  Feb.  1643  (Dorcestr.  fil.  Johannis 
Galping  de  Portesham,  sacerd.  serviens,  set.  16).  (C.fH. 
received  17  May,  1647,  restored  21  July,  1647.  Lived 
in  the  Bottom  Tower  Chamber  17  March,  1647. 


Richard  Penn.  £H.  9  April,  1647  (Wigorn.  fil.  Gulielmi 
Penn  de  Hagley,  pleb.  serviens,  set.  15). 

Joseph  Sayre  (Sayer).  ffl.  24  May,  1647  (Bercher.  fil. 
Francisci  Sayre  de  Yattendon,  sacerd.  serviens,  set.  16). 
His  leply  to  the  Visitors  was:  "I  shall  most  willingly 
submitt  to  this  Visitation  ordayned  by  Order  of  Parlia- 
ment if  it  be  joyned  with  that  of  the  Kinge,  otherwise  I 


1647.] 


WARDEN     PITT. 


169 


cannot  with  a  saffe  conscience."    He  took  no  degree,  but 
was  created  B.D.  13  Jan.  1670. 

"  He  became  Minister  of  Yattendon  1656,  and  resigned  in  1665. 
He  was  Kector  of  Newbury  and  Sulham,  Berks,  and  Preben- 
dary of  Beaminster  Secunda,  Sarum,  20  May,  1670.  Rector  of 
North  Church,  Herts,  and  Archdeacon  of  Lewes  8  Dec.  1681  to 
1693.  Author  of  a  sermon  preached  at  Eeading  1672." 
(Wood  F.,  II.  322.) 


George  Chester.  (£.£H.  received  as  (ft.  or  Jf.Gt.  6  Oct. 
1647,  and  restored  3  Oct.  1648.  His  answer  to  the 
Visitors  12  May,  1648,  was :  "  I  will  not  submitt  unto 
this  Visitation  unlesse  it  be  derived  from  the  power  of 
the  Kinge." 


John  Tregmore.  B.A.  (Wadham)  12  July,  1647,  his 
grace  is  noted  in  the  Convention  Book  on  10  July. 
He  is  returned  among  those  not  submitting  to  the 
Visitors  15  May,  1648.  He  occurs  (apparently  as 
Tregennow)  in  the  Bursar's  Book  1648-49. 


Marfcen  Wilfcina, 


1648. 

John  Wilkins.  His  father  was  a  goldsmith  at  Oxford,- but 
he  was  born  at  Fawsley,  near  Daventry,  and  educated  at 
a  private  school  in  the  parish  of  All  Saints,  Oxford, 
under  Edward  Silvestre.  £H.  (New  Inn  Hall)  4  May, 
1627  (Northampton,  fil.  Gualteri  Wilkins  de  Oxford,  gen. 
ast.  13).  B.A.  (Magdalen  Hall)  20  Oct.  1631.  M.A. 
11  June,  1634.  He  was  Vicar  of  Fawsley  2  June,  1637, 
and  Chaplain  to  William,  Lord  Say,  and  to  Charles 
Count  Palatine  of  the  Rhine.  Created  B.D.  12  April, 
1648,  being  "Gustos  design.  Wadh.  Coll."  and  D.D. 
18  Dec.  1649,  by  dispensation  of  the  Delegates.  On 
7  April,  1648,  the  Visitors  having  removed  Dr.  Pitt  for 
"  high  contempt  and  denial  of  the  authoritie  of  Parlia- 
ment," required  the  Fellows  and  Scholars  to  receive 
Mr.  John  Wilkins  as  Warden,  "  as  they  will  answer  to 
the  contrary  at  their  peril."  The  College  was  visited 
13  April,  and  John  Wilkins's  name  was  entered  in  the 
Buttery  Book  in  place  of  Warden  Pitt,  and  whereas  by 
the  College  Statutes  the  Warden  was  required  to  proceed 
to  D.D.  within  a  year,  the  Visitors  decreed  on  5  May, 
1648,  that  in  consequence  of  John  Wilkins's  "attendance 
on  the  Prince  Elector,"  he  should  have  a  dispensation  for 
twelve  months.  On  20  May  he  was  appointed  one  of 
twenty  delegates,  "quorum  vel  major  pars  vel  ad  mini- 
mum ex  iis  decem  deliberent  et  statuent  et  in  nomine 
Universitatis  respondeant  in  universum  de  omnibus  quse 
ad  rem  Academies  publicam  pertinent."  On  5  July, 
1648,  he  was  one  of  a  Committee  (of  which  three  was  a 
quorum)  to  examine  all  Candidates  for  JVs  or  <£»'s- 
On  13  Aug.  1649,  he  was  appointed  an  Assistant 
Delegate  to  the  Visitors;  and  on  16  Oct.  1652,  he  was 
one  of  a  Commission  of  five  appointed  by  Oliver  Crom- 
well, Chancellor,  to  execute  the  office  of  Chancellor. 


1648.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  171 

In  Aug.  1654,  certain  complaints  were  made  against  the 
Warden  by  the  Fellows  who  endeavoured  to  get  the  case 
heard  by  the  Lord  Protector's  Council ;  it  was,  however, 
referred  to  the  Visitors,  who  on  1  Sept.  entirely  acquitted 
the  Warden :  and  on  the  same  day  he  was  appointed  one 
of  a  Committee  to  examine  the  Statutes  of  New  College, 
with  a  View  to  diminishing  the  number  of  Lawyers 
among  the  Fellows.  In  1656  he  married  Robina,  widow 
of  Peter  French,  Canon  of  Christ  Church,  and  sister  of 
the  Protector,  from  whom  he  obtained  a  dispensation  to 
retain  the  Wardenship  in  spite  of  the  Statute  against 
marriage.  On  3  Sept.  1659,  he  resigned  the  Warden- 
ship  being -appointed  Master  of  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge. He  was  incorporated  DJD.  at  Cambridge  18  May, 
1658,  but  was  ejected  from  Trinity  in  1660. 

He  subsequently  became  Rector  of  Cranford,  Middlesex, 
10  Dec.  1661  ;  Vicar  of  St.  Lawrence  Jewry,  li  April,  1662, 
till  1668  ;  Rector  of  Polebrook,  Northampton,  7  Nov.  1666  ; 
Prebendary  of  Chamberlainswood,  19  July,  1667,  till  12  Jan. 
166f  ;  Preacher  at  Gray's  Inn  ;  Dean  of  Ripon  ;  and  was  con- 
secrated Bishop  of  Chester  15  Nov.  1668.  He  died  19  Nov.  1672, 
and  was  buried  at  St.  Lawrence  Jewry,  12  Dec.  His  funeral 
sermon  was  preached  by  William  Lloyd  (afterwards  one  of  the 
Seven  Bishops,  see  1655).  He  was  one  of  the  first  Members  of 
the  Royal  Society  to  which  he  was  also  a  benefactor. 

"  A  noted  theologist  and  preacher,  a  curious  critic  in  several 
matters,  an  excellent  mathematician  and  experimentist,  and 
one  as  well  seen  in  mechanisms  and  new  philosophy  as  any  of 
his  time."  (Wood,  Ath.  III.  968.) 

For  a  catalogue  of  his  works,  mathematical  and  theological, 
see  Wood,  Ath.  III.  969,  &c.  His  portrait  hangs  in  the  College 
Hall.  Gutch  says  that  he  bequeathed  £200  to  Wadham. 

Bartholomew  Grave,  A.M.  Appointed  JF.  by  Decree  of 
the  Visitors  11  Oct.  1648,  and  admitted  5  Feb.  16|f :  of 
Stratford-le-Bow,  Middlesex.  On  14  April,  1648,  he 
was  incorporated  M.A.  from  St.  Andrews  University, 
at  which  time  was  a  <2L  of  Merton.  From  the 
Records  at  St.  Andrews  it  appears  that  Bartholomew 
Grave  (Angms,  Londinensis),  was  incorporated  in  St.  Leo- 
nard's College  in  1645,  and  graduated  in  Arts  in  1647 


172  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1648. 

(his  name  is  entered  as  Gray  in  the  Faculty  Quaestor's 
Book).  As  a  Member  of  Merton  his  answer  to  the 
Visitors  12  May,  1648,  was  :  "  I  submitt  to  the  authoritie 
of  Parliament  in  this  Visitation."  He  held  the  office  of 
Bursar  1649,  and  again  1651,  and  was  Sub-Warden 

1650.  His  name  occurs  for  the  last  time  as  Jf.  in  the 
Bursar's  Book   at  Midsummer  1653,  but  he  still  had 
a  Chamber  (the  First  Upper  Chamber  from  the  Chapel) 
with  a  Cockloft  over  the  Second  Upper  Chamber  from 
the   Chapel   for   his   servitor   Jilbret,   i.e.   Gilbert,  and 
appears  in  the  Bursar's  Book  as  a  dF.<£.  in  1654.     On 
23   Aug.    1654,    the   Visitors   noted   his   absence   from 
College,  and  required  him  to  return  with  all  convenient 
speed  "  to  attend  to  the  affaires  of  the  House." 

Joshua  Bowden,  A.M.  Appointed  jF.  by  Decree  of  the 
Visitors  3  Oct.  1648,  and  admitted  5  Feb.  16f  f:  of  Morton, 
Devon.  $H.  Magdalen  Hall  1642  (pleb.  fil.  set.  17). 
M.A.  14  April,  1648.  He  replied  to  the  Visitors  4  May, 
1648:  "I  submitt  to  the  authority  of  Parliament  in 
this  Visitation."  He  was  Bursar  in  1650,  and  again  in 
1652,  and  signs  as  Sub- Warden  7  March,  1653 ;  but  in 
the  Bursar's  Book  he  appears  as  Catechist  for  that  year. 
We  find  him  as  Sub- Warden  in  May,  1654,  after  which 
his  name  disappears  from  the  accounts. 

Samuel  Lee,  A.M.  Appointed  Jf.  by  Decree  of  the 
Visitors  3  Oct.  1648,  and  admitted  5  Feb.  16ff.  He 
was  the  only  son  of  Samuel  Lee,  haberdasher  of  Fish 
Street  Hill,  London,  born  1625,  and  was  educated  at 
St.  Paul's  School.  He  had  entered  Magdalen  Hall  1647, 
and  was  created  M.A.  14  April,  1648.  On  4  Jan.  1649, 
he  was  recommended  for  a  Jf.  at  All  Souls,  and  the 
order  was  repeated  on  18  Jan.  :  but  he  remained  at 
Wadham.  He  was  appointed  Junior  Proctor  9  April, 

1651,  for  although  he  was  not  of  sufficient  standing,  yet 
the  Visitors  (considering  the  present  necessity)  granted 
a  dispensation  that  he  might  hold  the  office  on  20  March, 
1650.    He  held  the  office  of  Bursar  Oct.  1648,  and  again 
1650  and  1654,  and  Sub- Warden  1652 :  and  he  appears 
as  Dean  in  the  Bursar's   Book  of  1653.     On  23  Aug. 


1648.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  173 

1654,  the  Visitors  noted  his  absence  from  College,  and 
required  him  to  return  with  all  convenient  speed  to 
attend  to  the  affairs  of  the  House.  He  made  a  vacancy 
among  the  J]fVs  in  1657.  While  at  Wadham  he  en- 
deavoured to  introduce  a  stricter  system  of  accounts,  and 
during  his  Bursarship  made  a  plan  of  the  College 
Chambers,  and  tried  to  set  the  Chamber  Book  records  on 
a  better  footing.  Lived  in  the  Third  Upper  Chamber 
from  the  Chapel,  which  he  took  19  March,  1648,  and  out 
of  which  he  was  paid  13  June,  1656. 

Cromwell  gave  him  the  living  of  St.  Botolph's,  Bishopsgate, 
and  he  was  also  Lecturer  at  St.  Helen's.  After  the  ^Restoration, 
he  lived  on  his  estate  at  Bicester,  and  "  sometimes  kept  con- 
venticles." In  1686  he  went  to  America  and  become  pastor  of 
Bristol,  Rhode  Island,  8  May,  1687.  He  preached  at  the  public 
fast  in  Boston  17  June,  1691.  As  he  was  returning  to  Europe 
1691,  he  was  captured  by  a  French  vessel,  and  died  at  St.  Malo. 
He  was  author  of  numerous  sermons  and  theological  works 
(see  Wood's  Ath.  IV.  345,  and  W.  B.  Sprague's  Annals  of  the 
American  Pulpit,  Vol.  I.  p.  209). 

William  Rathband,  B.A.  Appointed  $.  by  Decree  of 
the  Visitors  3  Oct.  1648,  and  admitted  5  Feb.  16Jf  (de 
parva  Lever,  Lane.).  Incorporated  B.A.  10  Oct.  1648  (e 
Coll.  Emman.  Cantab).  M.A.  14  June,  1649  (as  Kath- 
bone).  He  held  the  office  of  Bursar  1652  ;  of  Librarian 
1653.  His  last  appearance  in  the  Bursar's  Books  is  in 
1658. 

He  entered  Emman uel  College,  Cambridge,  as  Sizar  7  April, 
1643  (of  Lancashire),  and  graduated  B.A.  (Wrothband)  1646. 
He  is  said  to  have  died  in  1695  or  1696. 

Robert  Webber,  B.A.  Appointed  Jf.  by  Decree  of  the 
Visitors  3  Oct.  1648,  and  admitted  5  Feb.  16±*  :  <>f 
Mayden  Newton,  Dorset.  £H.  20  Feb.  1648  (sacerdotis 
fil).  B.A.  (Webb)  17  Oct.  1648.  M.A.  12  Oct.  1650. 
His  reply  to  the  Visitors  was  :  "  I,  Robert  Webber,  doe 
cheerfully  and  willingly  submitt  to  the  power  of  Parlia- 
ment in  this  Visitation,  which  I  had  before  this  ex- 
pressed, had  not  I  necessarily  been  detained  in  the 
country."  (?  dated  29  Sept,  1648).  He  was  Bursar 


174  WARDEN     WILK1NS.  [1648. 

1653.  On  23  Aug.  1654,  his  absence  from  College  was 
noted  by  the  Visitors,  and  he  was  required  to  return  to 
College  with  all  convenient  speed,  but  his  name  does  not 
occur  in  the  Bursar's  accounts  after  that  year.  He 
occupied  the  Fourth  Upper  Chamber  from  the  Hall 
from  5  July,  1649,  to  29  Oct.  1655. 

John  Willis,  B.A.  Appointed  Jf.  by  decree  of  the 
Visitors  3  Oct.  1648,  and  admitted  5  Feb.  16ff  (of 
Raighley,  Essex).  |H.  20  Feb.  1648  (sacerdotis  fil.). 
B.A.  17  Oct.  1648.  M.A.  27  July,  1650.  He  was 
Bursar  1654  and  1655,  and  Sub-Warden  1657.  His 
name  is  not  found  in  the  Bursar's  Books  after  1658. 
Lived  in  College  Upper  Chamber,  arid  apparently  rented 
the  Cockloft  over  it. 

Possibly  he  was  a  son  of  John  Willis,  an  original  £.  1613. 

Abraham  Wright.  Appointed  £.  by  decree  of  the  Visitors 
3  Oct.  1648.  m.  20  Feb.  1648  (pleb.  fil.).  B.A.  24  Feb. 
16f^.  He  appears  in  the  Bursar's  Book  with  three 
quarters'  arrears  of  ,§•  due  to  him  at  Christmas,  1648  : 
his  name  disappears  after  1652.  From  the  Bursar's 
Book  it  looks  as  if  he  had  been  elected  ^j).  in  1650  or 
1651 :  but  there  is  no  record  of  any  election  of  ^.'s  in 
those  years. 

Alexander  Hodge.  Appointed  3%  by  decree  of  the  Visitors 
3  Oct.  1648.  fH.  22  March,  1650  (Doctoris  fil.).  B.A. 
1  April,  1652  M.A.  1  June,  1654.  Admitted  $. 
8  July,  1654.  His  name  appears  in  the  Bursar's  Book 
with  three  quarters'  arrears  due  Christmas,  1648,  and 
continues  to  appear  up  to  1658.  He  entered  upon  the 
Fourth  Upper  Chamber  from  the  Hall  29  Oct.  1655,  and 
on  11  May,  1658,  allowed  part  of  the  valuation  to  go  for 
his  brother's,  (Thomas  Hodge,  1658),  C.fH.,  but  he  was 
not  paid  out  till  16  April,  1660. 

Chaplain  at  Amsterdam  1669  ;  died  1689. 

The  nine  names  which  follow  are  stated  in  the  Register 
of  Visitors  to  be  those  of  Scholars  appointed  to  places  in 
Wadham  College,  but  as  there  is  no  trace  of  any  of  them 


1648.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  175 

at  Waclham,  I  am  inclined  to  suspect  that  the  Registrar 
entered  the  name  of  the  wrong  College  against  them  ; 
particularly  as  five  of  them  were  educated  at  Merchant 
Taylors'  School,  and  proceeded  thence  to  St.  •  John's 
College  in  this  year. 

Dalender.  John  Dallender.  fft.  Trinity,  16  Dec.  1646 
(Sussex,  fil.  Nicholas  Dallender  de  Chichester,  gen.  set. 
IS).  He  submitted  to  the  Visitors  5  May,  1648. 

Hatley.  William  Hatley.  ffl.  St.  John's  13  Nov.  1650 
(pleb.).  B.A.  (St.  John's)  4  July,  1651.  M.A.  1  May, 
1654.  He  submitted  to  the  Visitors  5  May,  1648,  when 
his  name  appears  among  the  members  of  Trinity  College. 

Christopher.  Samuel  Christopher.  Born  1  Dec.  1631,  edu- 
cated at  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  elected  to  St.  John's 
1648.  ffl.  St.  John's,  13  Nov.  1650  (pleb.  fil.).  B.A.  (St. 
John's)  2  March,  16|i  M.A.  30  June,  1654.  B.D.  5  Dec. 
1661. 

Wyatt.  Thomas  Wiat.  Only  son  of  John  Wiat,  salter,  born 
in  the  parish  of  St.  Magnus,  London,  15  April,  1632, 
educated  at  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  and  elected  to 
St.  John's  1648.  ffi.  St.  John's  20  Feb.  16|f  (pleb.  fil.). 
B.A.  (St.  John's)  4  March,  16f-J-.  M.A.  25  Oct.  1654. 
B.D.  5  Dec.  1661.  D.D.  23  June",  1666. 

Vicar  of  Melksham  1662,  and  Eector  of  Bromham,  Wilts, 
1668.  Prebendary  of  Fordington,  Sarum,  24  June,  1667,  and 
Canon  Residentiary.  Buried  in  Salisbury  Cathedral  1725, 
aged  93,  with  this  inscription  on  a  slab  in  the  south-east 
transept,  now  quite  obliterated  : 

H.S.E. 

Thomas  Wyatt,  Sacrosanctse  Theologize 
Non  tantum  Nomine  sed  et  Re 
Orthodoxus  Dignus  Professor 

Londini  Natus 

Schola  Mercatorum  Scissorum  literis  imbutus 

Collegii  Divi  Joannis  Baptistse  apud  Oxonienses  Socius 

Ecclesise  de  Bromham  in  Agro  Wiltoniensi  Rector 

Et  hujus  deinum  Ecclesiee  Canonicus  Residentiarius 


176  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1648. 

Vir  Pietatis  Primae 
Pacificus 
Benevolus 
Modestus 

Linguas  varias  percalluit  et  in  libris  inelioris  notsc 

Sine  futili  ostentatione  versatus  est  : 

Par  publicis  privata  maluit, 

Obiit 
Decimo  octavo  die  February 


Nicholls.  Probably  Daniel  Nicolls,  born  1  Nov.  1632. 
Educated  at  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  and  elected  to 
St.  John's  1648.  B.A.  1652.  M.A.  1657. 

Rector  of  Scotton,  Line. 


Jerrard.  Thomas  Gerrard.  Fifth  son  of  Nicholas  Gerrard  of 
St.  Austins,  London,  Merchant  Taylor,  born  9  July,  1629, 
Educated  at  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  and  elected  to 
St.  John  s  1648.  fll.  St.  John's  20  Feb.  16Jf  (pleb.  fil.). 
B.A.  (St.  John's)  6  March,  16  j&.  M.A.  11  Nov.  1654. 

Possibly  Master  of  Reading  Grammar  School  1655. 


Hall.  This  name  cannot  be  traced,  unless  Joseph  Hall 
16^~»  is  confirmed  in  his  ,§»  by  the  Visitors,  or  as  he 
occurs  among  the  Merchant  Taylor  boys  and  St.  John's 
men,  possibly  it  is  John  Hall,  only  son  of  John  Hall, 
clergyman.  M.A.  and  Parson  of  Bromsgrove,  Wore, 
born  there  29  Jan.  1633,  and  educated  at  Merchant 
Taylors'  School.  As  Undergraduate  of  Pembroke  Col- 
lege, Oxford,  he  submitted  to  the  Visitors  5  May,  1648, 
where  he  was  appointed  &.  by  the  Visitors  22  April, 
1650.  B.A.  1651.  M.A.  1653.  He  received  a  testimonial 
that  he  was  "  godly,  studious,  and  of  good  proficiency  in 
learning,"  on  17  July,  1655,  Jf.  of  Pembroke.  Master  of 
Pembroke  1664-l7°f.  B.D.  1666.  D.D.  1669.  Mar- 
garet Professor  of  Divinity  1676-1691.  Bishop  of 
Bristol  1691.  Died  4  Feb.  17?jj. 


1648.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  177 

Baker.  Probably  John  Baker,  born  15  Dec.  1631,  educated 
at  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  and  elected  to  St.  John's 
1648.  fH.  St.  John's  20  Feb.  16-*-§-  (pleb.  fil.),  but  there 
is  another  John  Baker  who  £H.  St.  John's  13  Nov. 
1650  (gen.  fil.).  B.A.  (St.  John's)  4  March,  1051. 
M.A.  25  Oct.  1654, 

Manninge.      Edward  Manninge.      fH.  St.  John's  20  Feb. 
(pleb.  fil.).     B.A.  (St.  John's)  6  March,  16H- 


Thomas  Lawrence.  Appointed  JF.  by  the  Visitors,  but 
there  is  no  record  of  his  admission.  M.A.  (Exeter) 
17  Oct.  1648.  Bursar  Oct.  1648,  and  again  Dec.  1648. 
He  took  part  in  the  admission  of  Scholars  7  Sept.  1649. 
He  appears  in  the  Bursar's  Book  1640,  when  he  is  placed 
between  Lee  and  Rathband,  but  his  name  is  not  found 
after  1650. 

Walter  Pope.  He  was  appointed  &.  by  the  Visitors  in 
1648,  but  there  is  no  record  of  his  admission.  B.A. 
6  July,  1649.  M.A.  10  July,  1651.  He  obtained  an 
order  for  a  Jf.  3  July,  1651,  from  the  Committee  for  the 
Reformation  of  the  Universities,  vice  Bartlett  resigned  ; 
and  was  admitted  9  July,  1651.  He  was  Moderator  of 
Philosophy  1653;  Bursar  1655,  1657;  Sub-Warden 
1658;  also  he  was  elected  Dean  for  1660-1661;  Junior 
Proctor  21  April,  1658.  M.D.  (favore  Cancellarii)  9  Sept, 
1661.  In  1654  he  was  living  in  the  Middle  Chamber 
next  the  Tower  on  the  South  side,  and  on  13  June,  1656, 
took  the  Third  Upper  Chamber  from  the  Chapel  which 
he  vacated  29  Sept.  1662.  He  was  "amotus"  from  his 
JF.  27  June,  1662,  being  then  Professor  of  Astronomy 
in  Gresham  College  to  which  he  had  been  elected  in 
succession  to  Wren,  March,  1660. 

He  was  uterine  brother  of  Dr.  Wilkins,  the  intruded  Warden, 
and  was  born  at  Faulsley,  i.e.  Fawsley,  Northants.  He  was 
first  a  member  of  Trinity  College,  Cambridge,  1645.  He  was 
subsequently  Registrar  for  the  diocese  of  Chester  1668,  and 
an  original  JF.  of  the  Royal  Society,  20  May,  1663.  He  pub- 
lished the  Life  of  Dr.  Setli  Ward,  Bishop  of  Salisbury.  Wood 

S 


178  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1648. 

attributes  to  him  numerous  works  of  a  fugitive  nature,  in- 
cluding the  Memoirs  of  M.  Du  Vail  (the  highwayman).  He 
resigned  his  Gresham  Professorship  21  Sept.  1687,  and  retired 
into  the  country  to  Epsom  ;  but  later  returned  to  Buning 
(?  Bunhill)  Fields,  where  he  died,  June,  1714,  and  was  buried 
in  Cripplegate  Church  ;  where  the  entry  in  the  Eegister  is  : 

L  |  Walter  Pape  Doctor  |  aged  |  Below  |  25 
Burials  in  June,  1714 


Christopher  Wren.  C.fH.  received  as  dF.<£.  25  June,  1649 
or  1650,  restored  by  Bursar  Morland  25  Jan.  (probably 
1653).  B.A.  18  March,  16 J-f.  M.A.  11  Dec.  1653,  but 
before  the  Act  he  had  become  a  member  of  All  Souls', 
being  elected  ^P.  there  Nov.  1653.  He  seems,  however, 
to  have  still  maintained  his  connection  with  Wadhain,  as 
he  paid  for  the  Chamber  over  the  gate  13  Oct.  1663, 
and  on  28  Nov.  1660  took  part  in  the  foundation  of  the 
Royal  Society.  He  was  son  of  Dr.  Christopher  Wren, 
Dean  of  Windsor  and  of  Binchester  in  Durham ;  but  is 
said  (at  All  Souls')  to  be  of  the  county  of  Wilts,  having 
been  born  at  East  Knoyle,  Wilts,  20  Oct.  1632.  He  re- 
mained eight  years  at  All  Souls',  where  he  was  made 
D.C.L.  12  Sept.  1661.  He  was  chosen  Professor  of 
Astronomy  in  Gresham  College  7  Aug.  1657;  but  re- 
signed his  Gresham  Professorship  8  March,  16f  J,  on 
being  elected  to  the  Savilian  Professorship  of  Astronomy 
at  Oxford  5  Feb.  16f  ?-,  which  he  resigned  9  April, 
1673. 

"He  was  an  admirable  architect,  a  profound  mathematician, 
and  well  versed  in  classical  learning."  He  was  Surveyor  to 
the  Crown  from  the  time  of  Charles  II.  to  George  I.,  "the 
length  of  whose  life  enriched  the  reigns  of  several  princes,  and 
disgraced  the  last  of  them,"  says  Horace  Walpole.  Knighted 
1674.  President  of  the  Royal  Society  1680.  He  was  M.P.  for 
Ply  in  ton,  Devon,  1675,  and  for  Melcombe  Regis,  Dorset,  1700. 
He  died  25  Feb.  1722,  aged  91,  and  was  buried  in  St.  Paul's 
Cathedral  5  March,  17 §q.  His  portrait  hangs  in  the  College 
Hall. 


1648-49.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  179 

John  Ball.  f&.  20  Feb.  1648  (sacerd.  fil.).  Elected  &. 
7  Sept.  1649  (aged  18,  of  Crewcorne;  Somerset.).  B.A. 
7  July,  1652.  M.A.  31  May,  1655.  Admitted  ,jf. 
9  July,  1655.  He  was  Bursar  1659 ;  and  elected  Dean 
6  Dec.  1659,  but  died  30  July,  1660 ;  and  on  10  Aug. 
1660,  Turges  was  elected  Dean,  vice  John  Ball,  "nuper 
defuncti."  He  is  entered,  however,  as  buried  in  the 
College  Chapel  26  Aug.  1660  ;  and  a  stone  was  placed 
in  the  Antechapel,  marked  J.  B.  1660.  He  was  Magister 
Scholarum  1659,  and  Wood  describes  him  as  "  philosophus 
egregius."  He  was  probably  elected  ^p.  in  July,  1654, 
as  on  1  Sept.  1654,  Sir  Ball  and  Sir  Crosse  were  called 
upon  by  the  Visitors  "  to  give  accompt  of  the  authority 
whereby  they  were  elected  into  jF.s,  and  when  Wadham 
College  was  restored  to  a  capacity  to  make  elections  by 
an  express  Order  of  the  late  Committee  for  regulating 
the  Universities."  The  Visitors  had  reported  to  the 
Committee  that  "  Wadham  was  in  a  fitt  capacity  to  maite 
its  own  elections"  28  May,  1651 ;  but  it  would  seem  that 
the  Committee  had  never  acknowledged  this  report. 

John  Blaxton  (Blackstone).  fH.  20  Feb.  1648  (sacerd. 
fil.).  CJK.  received  as  OL  2o  Oct.  1648,  taken  up  for 
Battels  28  Oct.  1649.  His  name  is  in  the  Bursar's 
Accounts  1648-49. 

Marcus  King.  fft.  20  Feb.  1648  (serviens.).  Was  ap- 
parently (tflerk  at  Christmas,  1648  (Bursar's  Book),  but 
his  name  does  not  appear  again. 

Francis  Dussell.  £H.  20  Feb.  1648  (serviens).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  $5.  23  March,  1649.  His  name  is  in  the 
Bursar's  Accounts  1648-49, 


1649. 

Row.  This  name  appears  among  the  JJ.s  in  the  Bursar's 
Book  1649,  between  Bragg  and  Wright ;  as  it  never 
occurs  again,  and  occupies  the  position  where  Pope 
should  be,  it  is  possibly  a  mistaken  entry  or  transcription : 
see  however,  James  Rowe  1653. 


180  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1649. 

John  Hobson.  Admitted  Chaplain  6  July,  1649  ("in 
Presbytereum  sive  Capellanum  "),  born  at  Agnes  Burton, 
co.  York.  He  took  the  Oath  on  his  admission  to  ob- 
serve the  College  statutes,  "quatenus  consentanea  sint 
Verbo  Dei  et  Ordinationibus  Parliament! ").  He  was 
created  B.A.  14  July,  1649 ;  John  Hobson,  "  provectioris 
setatis  studiosus  et  capellanus  electus  Wadh.  Coll.," 
and  M.A.  the  same  day,  "virtute  dispensatione  dele- 
gatorum."  He  appears  as  Chaplain  in  the  Bursar's  Book 
1649,  but  not  afterwards. 

Charles  Morton.  Admitted  £.  7  Sept.  1649,  aged  19,  of 
Egloshayle,  Cornwall.  B.A.  6  Nov.  1649.  M.A. 
24  June,  1652.  Possibly  Charles  Mourton,  Under- 
graduate of  New  Inn  Hall,  who  submitted  to  the 
Visitors  4  May,  1648. 

Charles  Morton  died  in  New  England  1706. 

John  Hadocke.  Admitted  &.  7  Sept.  1649,  aged  18,  of 
Preston,  Lancashire.  B.A.  6  Nov.  1649. 

Francis  Crosse.  Admitted  &.  7  Sept.  1649,  aged  18,  of 
Stogumber,  Somerset.  (£Jft.  received  16  April,  1649, 
taken  up  for  Battels,  Oct.  1649.  B.A.  12  Oct.  1652. 
M.A.  22  June,  1655.  He  was  probably  elected  ^.  July, 
1654,  as  it  is  recorded  that  the  Visitors  questioned  his 
election  1  Sept.  1654  (see  under  John  Ball  1648),  but  it 
seems  that  he  was  never  admitted  JfF.  and  his  name  only 
occurs  once  in  the  Bursar's  Books,  March,  16|~g-. 

After  the  Kestoration  lie  went  to  Leyden,  in  Holland,  where  he 
obtained  the  degree  of  Doctor  of  Physic,  and  afterwards  he 
returned  to  Bristol,  where  he  practised  with  good  success,  and 
died  in  the  parish  of  St.  Walberg  1675.  He  was  author  of 
Disputatio  medica  inauguralis  de  febre  intermittente. 

George  Boraston.  Admitted  &.  7  Sept.  1649,  aged  17,  of 
Ribsford,  Worcester.  fft.  14  Nov.  1650  (min.  fil.). 
B.A.  4  Feb.  16|f.  M.A.  4  July,  1655. 

His  father  was  Minister  of  Beaudly,  Worcester  ;  Rector  of 
Hever,  Kent  ;  author  of  The  Royal  Law,  a  sermon  at  the 
Worcestershire  Feast  1683. 


1649.]  WARDEN     WILK1NS.  181 

Henry  Dent.  Admitted  £.  7  Sept.  1649,  aged  19,  of 
Stanton  Fryor,  i.e.  Pryor,  Somerset.  fH.  14  Nov.  1650 
(serviens).  B.A.  Feb.  164 j.  M.A.  16  July,  1655.  Ad- 
mitted JF.  11  Dec.  1656.  In  1654  he  occupied  a  room 
on  the  first  floor  adjoining  the  Chapel,  and  probably  also 
in  the  Double  Chamber  in  Buller's  Inn,  though  the 
name  appears  as  Denne.  His  name  appears  in  the 
Bursar's  Books  up  to  1659. 

William  Turges.  Admitted  g>.  7  Sept.  1649,  aged  19,  of 
Uphaven,  Wilts.  fH.  14  Nov.  1650  (gen.  til.).  B.A. 
4  Feb.  16|f.  M.A.  22  June,  1655.  M.B.  22  July,  1658. 
Admitted  JF.  20  Oct.  1654.  Bursar  1657-1658.  Some 
difference  arose  among  the  jF.s  as  to  the  election  of 
jF.s  in  1653,  and  on  9  Sept.  the  Visitors  called  upon 
the  Warden  and  Jf.s  to  proceed  to  a  fresh  election  into 
the  two  vacant  Jf.s  within  one  month,  and  on  the 
18  Oct.  1653,  sanctioned  an  agreement  whereby  Turges 
was  chosen  p.  into  one  of  the  vacant  places,  and  the 
other  was  kept  vacant  for  a  year.  Elected  Dean  (vice 
Ball,  "nuper  defunct!")  10  Aug.  1660.  On  20  Dec. 
1654,  he  took  over  the  Fourth  South  Upper  Chamber 
from  Mr.  Estcot.  His  name  continues  to  appear  among 
the  jF.s  till  1661. 


Sebastian  Pitchfield.  Created  B.A.  26  May,  1649  ("favore 
Dni  Thornse  Baronis  Fairfax  generaliss.  exercit.  Parl.  et 
Oliver!  Cromwell  ejus  locum  tenentis  dum  Oxonise 
agebant "). 

It  is  doubtful  whether  he  really  entered  at  "Wadham. 

Tooker.     M.A.  (of  Wadham)  8  May,  1649. 
Possibly  Edmund  Tooke  1636. 

Seth  Ward.  Praelector  of  Astronomy,  incorporated  M.A. 
from  Cambridge  23  Oct.  1649.  His  &M.  as  dF.OL  was 
received  29  April,  1650,  restored  2  April,  1660.  Lived 
in  the  Chamber  over  the  Gate,  which  he  vacated  2  May, 
1660  ;  and  in  1654  he  also  occupied  the  First-  Floor 
Room  adjoining  it  on  the  North.  He  proceeded  D.D.  by 


182  WARDEN     WILKINS.  .   [1649. 

dispensation  from  the  Delegates  29  May,  1654,  "  Astron. 
Professor,  sancte  Theol.  studiosus  per  decennium."  Born 
1617,  and  educated  at  Buntingford,  Herts.  fH.  at 
Sidney  Sussex  College,  Cambridge,  1  Dec.  1633  (but 
the  Register  at  Cambridge  says  4  July),  "  fil.  Johannis 
Ward  attornati,  setat.  ferme  16."  Servitor  and  sub- 
sequently £.  of  Sidney.  B.A.  16ff  M.A.  1640. 
Ejected  for  his  loyalty  1643.  Chaplain  to  Lord  Wenrnan 
1649  ;  one  of  the  Committee  for  the  Reformation  of  the 
University  of  Oxford  ;  Savilian  Professor  of  Astronomy 
1649-1661 ;  Precentor  of  Exeter  Cathedral  1656  ;  elected 
Principal  of  Jesus  College,  Oxford,  1657,  but  not  in- 
stalled ;  elected  President  of  Trinity  College,  Oxford, 
1659,  from  which  he  was  ejected  at  the  Restoration. 

Dean  of  Exeter  1660  ;  Bishop  of  Exeter  1662  ;  Bishop  of 
Salisbury  1667  ;  Chancellor  of  the  Order  of  the  Garter  1671. 
He  died  6  Jan.  16||,  and  was  buried  in  the  Cathedral  at 
Salisbury.  He  founded  almshouses  at  Salisbury  and  at  Bunt- 
ingford ;  and  was  the  author  of  numerous  Sermons  and  Works 
on  Astronomy,  Philosophy,  and  Mathematics  (see  Wood's  Aih. 
IV.  246).  He  was  one  of  the  first  members  of  the  Royal 
Society.  His  life  was  written  by  Dr.  W.  Pope,  F.R.S.,  see 
1648. 


Miles  (?)  Flick.     C.ffl.  received  1  June,  1649,  restored  to 
Miles  Flick  3  April,  1652. 


Peter  Glubb.     C.fH.  received  as  1$.  13  and  14  Feb. 

restored  4  Oct.  1650.     fft.  (Corpus)  14  Nov.  1651  (pleb. 
fil.).     B.A.  (Corpus)  4  Feb.  16|f. 


Squibs.  C.JH.  received  16  Feb.  16££,  returned  in  Battels. 
Mr.  Squibb  (ft.  of  Trinity,  was  summoned  before  the 
Visitors  4  May,  1648. 

Squibb  is  a  Dorsetshire  name  at  Swyre,  and  Ewern  Minster, 
and  Whitchurch. 

.John  Studely.  (£.£H.  received  18  Feb.  16f§-,  restored 
24  April  (apparently)  1652. 


1650.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  183 


165O. 

John  Hopkins.  Admitted  £.  28  Sept.  1650,  aged  18,  of 
Beauminster,  Dorset,  ffl.  14  Nov.  1650  (serviens). 
OLfH.  received  Feb.  1650,  restored  3  Oct.  1650.  B.A. 
Feb.  16ff ;  died  before  taking  his  M.A. 

He  was  elder  brother  of  Ezekiel  Hopkins  1650,  and  therefore 
son  of  John  Hopkins,  Rector  of  Pinne,  Devon. 

Richard  Watts.  Admitted  Jf.  9  Oct.  1650,  of  Epping, 
Essex.  M.A.  18  June,  1652.  He  was  JF.  on  7  March 
1653  (Convention  Book),  and  continues  to  appear  in  the 
Bursar's  Book  till  Midsummer,  1654. 


Robert  Driden.  ffl.  14  Nov.  1650  (Baronetti  fil.).  €M. 
received  as  $M.  14  Dec.  1650,  restored  12  Feb.  1652. 
Lived  in  the  College  Middle  Chamber. 

Apparently  son  and  heir  of  Sir  John  Dryden  (second  Bart.  )  of 
Canons  Ashby,  Northants  :  he  succeeded  his  father,  about  1658, 
and  died  unmarried  19  Aug.  1708,  aged  76. 

Valentine  Pumarey.  £H.  14  Nov.  1650  (gen.  fil.).  His 
C.fft.  as  <j£.  was  restored  16  Jan.  1652. 

Probably  of  the  family  of  Pomeroys  of  Stundridge,  Devon. 

John  Carew.     iffi.  14  Nov.  1650  (arm.  fil.).     &M.  as  Jf.<&. 

was  restored  toward  the  end  of  1651. 

James  Keate.  M.  14  Nov.  1650  (serviens.).  4DJK.  received 
1  June,  1649,  restored  8  April,  1651  (but  perhaps  it  was 
only  paid  over  to  Mr.  Grave,  the  Bursar,  who  appears  to 
receive  £5  from  Keate  in  1656). 


Ralph  Ironside.       n.  14  Nov.  1650   (min.   fil.). 
received  16  April,  1649,  restored  13  Dec.  1652. 

Probably  son  of  Ralph  Ironside,  Rector  of  Longbridy,  and 
Archdeacon  of  Dorset,  brother  of  Gilbert  Ironside,  Bishop  of 
Bristol.  If  so,  he  was  subsequently  M.D.,  and  married 
Margaret,  daughter  of  Sir  Edward  Fust  of  Hill,  Bart. 


184  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1650. 

Gilbert  Ironside.  £H.  14  Nov.  1650  (min.  fil.).  Elected 
S.  9  July,  1651,  aged  18,  of  Steepleton,  Dorset,  B.A. 
4  Feb.  16ft.  M.A.  22  June,  1655.  Admitted  JF. 
30  June,  1656.  Public  Reader  in  Grammar  1659.  B.D. 

12  Oct.   1664.     D.D.  30  June,  1666.     Elected  Bursar 
6  Dec.   1659,  and  again  in   1661  ;  Sub- Warden  1660  ; 
Librarian    1662 ;    Prebendary    of    Tolkerington,   York, 

13  Oct.  1660.     He  was  elected  Smarten  7  Dec.  1665, 
resigned  7  Oct.  1689,  being  Bishop-designate  of  Bristol; 
Vice-Chancellor  of   Oxford  1687-1689.      He  took  pos- 
session of  the  Middle  Corner  Chamber  from  the   Gate 
on  the  South  side  11  May,  1658. 

He  may  have  been  brother  of  the  preceding,  and  son  of  Ralph 
Ironside,  Rector  of  Longbridy,  but  his  age  agrees  with  that  of 
Gilbert  Ironside  (son  of  Gilbert  Ironside  of  Hawkesbury,  Bishop 
of  Bristol,  1660),  born  1632.  He  was  consecrated  Bishop  of 
Bristol  13  Oct.  1689,  and  translated  to  Hereford  27  May,  1691  ; 
died  27  Aug.  1701,  aged  69.  He  was  author  of  several  sermons, 
and  edited  Bishop  Ridley's  Account  of  a  Disputation  held  at 
Oxford  in  1554,  published  1688.  He  appears  to  have  been  a 
Royalist  in  1659  (see  Wood's  Life,  p.  xxxviii),  but  in  1689  as 
Vice-Chancellor  he  espoused  the  cause  of  the  Prince  of  Orange. 
(Hearne's  Collections,  O.H.8.,  I.,  p.  97.)  There  is  an  interesting 
account  of  a  conversation  between  him  as  Vice-Chancellor  and 
King  James  II.,  when  the  latter  visited  Oxford  in  Sept.  1687, 
to  enforce  his  mandate  upon  Magdalen  College.  (Bloxam's 
Magdalen  College,  O.H.S.,  p.  80.)  His  portrait  hangs  in  the 
College  Hall. 

Nathaniel  Bond.  £H.  14  Nov.  1650  (gen.  fil.).  OD.iH.  re- 
ceived 1  June,  1649,  taken  up  for  Battels  18  Dec.  1650. 

Nathaniel  Bond,  son  of  Dennis  Bond  of  Sutton,  born  1634, 
became  King's  Serjeant ;  M.P.  for  Corfe  Castle  1680,  and  for 
Dorchester  1681  and  1696.  Died  31  Aug.  1707,  and  was  buried 
at  Steeple.  (Hutchins,  I.,  603.) 

Edward  Fidoe.  £ff.  14  Nov.  1650  (servieus).  Elected  S. 
9  July,  1651,  aged  18,  of  Shelsley,  Worcester.  B.A. 
4  Feb.  16ff.  M.A.  22  June,  1655.  Elected  Jf.  of 
Exeter  12  Jan.  16ff. 


1650.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  185 


Benjamin  Tolboyes.     £H.  14  Nov.  1650  (gen.  fil.). 

received  as  JfM.  12  Nov.  1650,  restored  30  July,  1651. 

William  Paine.  £H.  14  Nov.  1650  (serviens).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived 1  June,  1649,  restored  as  $3.  by  Bursar  Grave  in 
1651. 

John  Greatfield.  fH.  14  Nov.  1650  (serviens.).  Probably 
John  Greenvill  or  Greenfield.  (£.£H.  received  Feb.  1650, 
restored  by  Bursar  Grave  in  1651.  Grenvile  appears  as 
OHerfc  in  the  Bursar's  Book,  1651.  John  Greenfield. 
B.A.  12  July,  1653. 

Peter  May.  im.  14  Nov.  1650  (serviens).  C.fH.  received 
as  $3.  Feb.  1650,  restored  1652. 

Richard  Hoblyne.  £fl.  14  Nov.  1650  (generosus).  C.fH. 
received  7  ?  Aug.  1649,  apparently  as  JF.<&. 

Richard  Hoblyne  of  Antren,  son  of  Edward  Hoblyne  of  St. 
Columb.  Died  between  1690  and  1693.  (Maclean's  Trigg 
Minor,  L,  473.) 

Crumpton  South.  £H.  14  Nov.  1650  (generosus).  <C.£H, 
received  Feb.  1650. 

George  Morgan.  flH.  14  Nov.  1650  (serviens).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Il3.  13  Jan.  16f  f,  with  further  payment  of  £2, 
11  April,  1651,  restored  28  Oct.  1653. 

Samuel  Tuchon.  £H.  14  Nov.  1650  (serviens).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  16  Oct.  1650,  fifty  shillings,  but  on 
14  Dec.  he  paid  the  rest  of  his  C.fH.  £2  10s.,  restored 
28  Dec.  1652. 

Arthur  Peiziman.  fH.  14  Nov.  1650  (gen.  fil.).  His  C.fH. 
\vas  received  5  March,  16-J-§-,  restored  5  July,  1654. 
B.A.  12  Oct.  1652,  but  he  determined  16-Jf-  Lived  as 
B.A.  in  College  Middle  Chamber. 

John  Rider.  £H.  14  Nov.  1650  (gen.  fil.).  C.fH.  received 
5  March,  16-J-£,  restored  25  June,  1651. 


186  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1650. 

William  Elford.  f&.  14  Nov.  1650  (gen.  fil).  C.fft.  re- 
ceived 5  March,  16i£.  restored  25  June,  1651. 

Nicholas  Morton,  ffl.  14  Nov.  1650  (min.  fil.).  <£.fH.  re- 
ceived 7  Feb.  16ff.  B.A.  19  Nov.  1653.  M.A.  19  June, 
1656.  He  lived  as  B.A.  in  1654,  in  a  room  numbered 
71  in  Bursar  Lee's  Accounts  ;  but  as  the  numbering 
of  the  Front  Quadrangle  ends  with  64,  it  was  presumably 
in  the  Back  Quadrangle  or  some  other  out-building. 

Maurice  Abbot.  £H.  14  Nov.  1650  (arm.  fil.).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived probably  as  dF.(£*  1  June,  1649,  restored 
31  March,  1652.  B.A.  24  Feb.  16f^  when  he  was 
"  Collector  Junior." 

Probably  cousin  of  Maurice  Diggs  (see  below),  whose  mother, 
Mary,  was  daughter  of  Sir  Maurice  Abbot,  Kut. 

George  Longe.  fH.  14  Nov.  1650  (arm.  fil.).  (ZTJH.  re- 
ceived 1  June,  1649,  probably  as  Jf.(&.,  restored  4  June, 
1651. 

Matthew  Driver.  £H.  14  Nov.  1650  (gen.  fil.).  0JB.  re- 
ceived as  <£.  or  j?M.  25  June,  1650,  restored  in  1651. 

Richard  Verney  (Varney).  j|H.  14  Nov.  1650  (arm.  fil.). 
(C.iH.  received  as  OL  or  JfM.  22  June,  1650,  restored 
3  Oct.  1653. 

John  Verney  (Varney).  M.  14  Nov.  1650  (arm.  fil.). 
Apparently  elder  brother  of  the  above.  C.fft.  received 
as  OL  or  JfM.  22  June,  1650,  restored  (Verney  Senior) 
1651. 

They  were  either  sons  of  Ralph  Verney  of  Middle  Claydon, 
Bucks,  created  Bart.  16  March,  16f£,  who  was  succeeded  by  his 
son  John  ;  afterwards  created  Baron  Verney  of  Belturbet,  and 
Viscount  Fermanagh  16  June,  1703.  Died  23  June,  1717.  Or, 
perhaps,  the  second  and  third  sons  of  Sir  Richard  Verney, 
knight,  of  Compton  Verney,  by  Margaret,  sister  of  Fulke 
Greville,  Baron  Brooke  ;  of  whom  Richard  died  unmarried. 


1650.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  187 


Thomas    Conway.     ffl.   14  Nov.   1650  (pleb.  fil). 

received  as  IS.  19  June,  1650,  restored  28  June,  1652  (?). 

Thomas  Browning.  fH.  14  Nov.  1650  (pleb.  fil.).  (L£H. 
received  as  $3.  19  June,  1650,  but  he  became  (ft.  7  Feb. 
16fJ,  restored  before  1652. 

Maurice  Diggs.  fH.  14  Nov.  1650  (arm.  fil.).  ODJK.  re- 
ceived probably  as  dF.OL  15  July,  1650.  On  2  Oct. 
1650,  Dr.  Nourse  received  payment  for  the  Second 
Middle  Chamber  from  the  Hall  from  "Mr.  Diggs  Jf.<&. 
who  remained  only  J  year  "  ;  the  rooms  were  taken  again 
3  March,  1650. 

Maurice  Diggs  of  Chilham  Castle,  Kent,  was  created  Baronet 
6  March,  16f|,  but  died  s.p.  1666.  Probably  brother  of  Dudley 
Diggs  1654,  and  uncle  of  Edward  Diggs  1682. 

John  Walsh.  fH.  14  Nov.  1650  (gen.  fil.).  CEJK.  received 
as  "Batler"  16  July,  1650,  restored  to  his  brother  Daniel 
8  Feb.  1654.  B.A.  19  Jan.  16ff. 


Humphrey  Philips,     ftt.  14  Nov.  1650  (serviens). 

received  as  Servitor  16  July,  1650,  restored  17  Dec. 
1651.  Elected  &.  9  July,  1651,  aged  18,  of  Somerton,. 
Somerset  (according  to  Wood's  M.S.  "  virtu  te  commis- 
sariorum  ").  B.A.  19  Jan.  16-ff  . 


William  Hamond.      fft.  14  Nov.  1650  (arm.  fil.). 

received,   probably    as    JfM.    13    Oct.    1650,   restored 
22  Sept.  1654. 


Charles  Blagrave.     m.  14  Nov.   1650  (gen.  fil.). 

received,    probably   as   JfM.    19    Oct.    1650,   restored 
apparently  in  1651. 

Silvanus  Taylor.  fH.  14  Nov.  1650  (arm.  fil.).  CJW. 
received  16  Nov.  1650,  which  was  still  in  the  Bursar's 
hands  in  1652.  B.A.  23  Feb.  16f}.  M.A.  28  May, 
1657.  JF.  of  All  Souls  1657.  Wood  mentions  him  in 
his  life  as  a  violinist,  taking  part  in  musical  enter- 


188  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1650. 

tainments  in  1658  and  1660.     A  set  of  verses  by  him  is 
prefixed  to  Austin's  Characters,  see  Samuel  Austin  1652. 

He  died  at  Dublin  in  the  beginning  of  Nov.  1672,  says  Wood, 
but  his  name  is  found  in  a  list  of  Fellows  of  All  Souls,  dated 
1675.  He  was  the  son  of  Silvanus  Taylor,  a  member  of  the 
High  Court  of  Justice. 

Thomas  Scriven.  fH.  14  Nov.  1650  (serviens).  <2L£H. 
received  as  Servitor  7  Feb.  16f  £,  restored  17  Oct.  1653. 
Admitted  £>.  20  Oct.  1653,  aged  19,  of  Northampton. 
B.A.  17  Oct.  1653.  He  appears  among  the  Foun- 
dationers in  the  Bursar's  Books  in  1651  and  1652,  and 
up  to  Midsummer,  1653,  at  which  time  he  was  probably 

aria*. 

John  Oglander.  ffi.  14  Nov.  1650  (gen.  fil.).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived, probably  as  JfM.  13  and  14  Feb.  16££,  and 
restored  23  Dec.  1650.  He  appears  from  the  Bursar's 
Book  to  have  owed  money  for  Battels  to  the  College  in 
1649. 

Another  John  Oglander  fft.  1658  ;  one  was  probably  the  son  of 
Sir  William  Oglander,  the  first  Baronet,  and  himself  second 
Baronet  ;  died  about  1685. 


George  Trivellian.      fH.  22  March,  16ff  (arm.  fil.). 
received  as  JfM.  20  March,  16f  }. 

Probably  Sir  George  Trevelyan,  first  Baronet,  of  Nettlecombe, 
Somerset,  created  24  Jan.  16££,  son  of  George  Trevelyan  ; 
married  in  1655,  and  died  1671.  Father  of  John  Trevelyan 
1687. 


Julius  Glandfield.     £H.  22  March,  16f£  (arm.  fil.). 

received  as  dF.OL  (Mr.  Glanville)  14  March,  16f  J,  restored 
8  Feb.  1652. 

Samuel  Tilley  (Tilly),     jft.  22  March,  16f£  (pleb.  fil.). 
L  received  as  (&.  18  Nov.  1650,  restored  4  Feb.  1653. 

Probably  afterwards  Cleric  of  Martock,  Somerset.  See  William 
Tilly  1689. 


1650.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  189 

Joseph  Graves  (Grave).  fft.  22  March,  16f  ?  (gen.  fil). 
(C.iH.  received  as  (ft.  13  July,  1650,  restored  26  Oct. 
1659.  B.A.  19  Jan.  16ff.  M.A.  19  June,  1656. 

He  was  apparently  the  brother  of  Bartholomew  Grave,  the 
intruded  JF.  1648. 

William  Griffen.  £BL  22  March,  16f£  (pleb.  fil.).  C.IH. 
received  as  Batler  20  March,  16£$. 

Richard  Mitchell  (Michell).  m.  22  March,  16f£  (serviens). 
C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  5  Dec.  1650,  restored  by 
Willis,  who  was  Bursar  in  1654.  In  1654  he  was  living 
in  the  Second  Floor  Room  next  the  Tower  to  the  North. 

John  Hardy.  fft.  22  March,  16f£  (serviensj.  (E.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  19  Dec.  1650. 

"John  Hardy  the  intruding  Hector  of  Simondsbury,  Dorset, 
1657,  was  a  native  of  Frampton,  and  educated  at  Wadham 
College.  He  was  one  of  the  ministers  who  preached  at  West- 
minster, the  Thanksgiving  for  the  Eestoration.  He  was  a 
partial  conformist,  and  equally  distinguished  for  his  abilities  as 
a  preacher,  and  for  the  integrity  of  his  conduct.  He  preached 
sometime  at  South  wick,  Hants,  where  he  died  in  the  prime  of 
life,  1668  or  1669."  (Hutchins.) 


John  Bragg.  £H.  22  March,  16ff  (pleb.  fil.).  £.JH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  Henry  John  Bragge  4  Jan.  16f£,  restored  to 
Robert  Bragge  (1646)  4  Oct.  1652. 

Arthur  Herne  (Hearne).  m.  22  March,  16f-?-  (pleb.  fil.). 
£.£fl.  received  as  (ft.  4  Jan.  16f£,  restored  28  June 
(?  1652),  and  again  received  from  Sir  Hearne  26  June, 
1654. 

The  following  extract  from  a  letter  of  Jeames,  "Warden  of  All 
Souls,  to  Archbishop  Sancroft,  1681,  appears  to  refer  to  this 
man.  "I  am  told  by  Dr.  Wallis  that  in  the  time  of  the 
usurpation  while  I  was  turned  out  and  banished  from  the 
College,  there  was  one  Mr.  Heron  of  Wadham  College,  chose 
.by  a  majority  into  Dr.  Greaves'  place,  but  Sir  Christopher 


190  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1650. 

Wren  was  chose  by  Dr.  Palmer  the  then  Warden,  and  con- 
firmed by  the  power  that  then  was,  there  being  no  Archbishop. 
Heron  by  a  surprisal  got  a  mandamus,  and  forced  the  Warden 
with  it,  but  there  being  an  error  in  it,  it  was  nulled,  and  he 
could  never  get  out  another  mandamus."  Burrows,  All  Souls, 
p.  107  ;  where  it  is  added  that  he  died  soon  afterwards. 

Timothy  Luck.  £H.  22  March,  16f-J  (serviens).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  29  Jan.  16  f  ?-,  restored  16  July,  1655. 
Elected  £.  30  June,  1654,  aged  17,  of  Canons  Ashby, 
Northants.  B.A.  17  Dec.  1655.  M.A.  1  July,  1658. 
Admitted  JF.  8  Dec.  1658;  elected  Librarian  1659, 
1668;  Humanity  Lecturer  1663;  Bursar  1664,  1669, 
1674  ;  also  to  supply  Chase's  place,  who  was  elected 
1673;  Catechist  1665.  On  5  Aug.  1662  to  Lucke,  be- 
cause he  had  been  abroad  "  indultum  est."  On  30  July, 
1668,  he  signed  the  resolution  as  to  the  interpretation  of  the 
terms  of  the  Goodridge  bequest.  He  vacated  the  Second 
Upper  Chamber  from  the  Gate  (South)  13  Oct.  1660, 
and  apparently  lived  afterwards  in  the  Upper  Chamber 
of  South  Crest. 

Wood  (MS.)  says  he  died  "  in  patria  Nov.  1675." 


Beresford.  <£.fft.  received  28  March,  1650,  restored  (no 
date). 

Ezekiel  Hopkins.  (£JH.  received  2  April,  1650,  restored 
6  April  (no  date,  but  apparently  after  four  days),  ffl. 
Magdalen  College  Nov.  1650  (serviens).  B.A.  Mag- 
dalen 17  Oct.  1653.  M.A.  5  June,  1656. 

He  was  educated  at  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  where  he  was 
admitted  1645.  Second  son  of  John  Hopkins,  Rector  of  Pinne 
(i.e.  Pinhoe),  Devon  ;  born  there  3  Dec.  and  baptised  14  Dec. 
1634  (but  in  the  Life  prefixed  to  his  Works  it  is  said  that  he 
was  born  at  Sandford,  in  the  parish  of  Crediton)  ;  Prince  says 
in  1633.  Chorister  of  Magdalen  1649-1653,  and  brother  of  John 
Hopkins  <S.  1650  ;  afterwards  Usher  of  Magdalen  School  1655- 
1656  ;  and  Chaplain  of  the  College  1656-1658  ;  Minister  of 
St.  Mary  Arches,  Exeter,  15  Jan.  16ff  ;  Chaplain  to  John, 
second  Lord  Robartes,  afterwards  First  Earl  of  Radnor,  Lord 
Lieutenant  of  Ireland,  who  made  him  Dean  of  Raphoe  1669  ; 


1650.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  191 

Bishop  of  Raphoe  1671,  translated  to  Londonderry  1681  ;  re- 
tired to  England  during  the  Revolution  16ff,  and  died 
Minister  of  St.  Mary  Aldermanbury,  London,  19  June,  1690, 
to  which  post  he  had  been  elected  Sept.  1689.  His  first  wife 
was  a  niece  of  Sir  Robert  Viner,  Lord  Mayor  of  London  ;  his 
second,  Lady  Arammta,  daughter  of  his  patron,  Lord  Robartes. 
His  collected  works  (Theological)  were  published  in  London 
(folio)  1701,  and  again  in  four  vols,  8vo.,  in  1809. 

Daniel  Surges.  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  4  April,  1650,  restored 
in  the  following  Sept. 

Ralph  Jones.     CT.fft.  received  as  (ft.  29  April,  1650. 
Mr.  G-urrive.     C.fH.  received  as  OL  30  April.  1650. 

Mr.  Lawrence  Rooke.  C.fH.  received  probably  as  JfM. 
24  Aug.  1650,  restored  29  Jan.  (?  1652). 

Mr.  Lawrence  Oxburgh.  C.fH.  received  probably  as  JfM. 
24  Aug.  1650. 

Evidently  eldest  son  of  Lawrence  Oxburgh,  alias  Hewar  of 
Enmeth,  Norfolk,  living  17  March,  1677. 

Mr.  John-  Oxburgh.  (£.£H.  received  probably  as  Jf.(&. 
24  Aug.  1650. 

Brother  of  the  above.     John  Oxburgh,  clerk,  of  West  Walton. 

Nathan  Whetham.  C.fH.  received  as  Jf.(&.  16  Oct. 
1650,  restored  by  Bursar  Morland  (i.e.  1653  or  1655). 
B.A.  18  March,  16f¥. 

rilliam  Parker.     C.ffl.  received  as  Servitor  7  Feb.  16£° 
(?),  restored  14  Feb.  1652. 


192  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1651. 


1651. 

Edward  Browne.  He  was  appointed  S>»  ("virtute  Com- 
missariorum,"  Wood)  29  May,  1651,  vice  Estcot  ap- 
pointed to  a  Jf.,  see  Warden's  MSS.  £H.  12  Nov.  1651 
(pleb.  fil.).  B.A.  15  March,  16fi. 

John  Thurborne  (Thurbarne).  He  was  appointed  &. 
("virtute  Commissariorum,"  Wood)  3  July,  1651,  vice, 
Pope,  appointed  to  a  Jf.  see  Warden's  MSS.  JH. 
12  Nov.  1651  (pleb.  fiL).  B.A.  29  March,  1655. 

Mathews.  One  of  this  name  receives  stipend  apparently 
as  OTfjaplatn  in  1651. 


John  Coghill.  IE.  12  May,  1651  (eq.  fil.).  B.A.  6  Feb. 
16-f-J-  &M»  received  8  April,  1651,  restored  24  April 
by°Estcott  (i.e.  probably  1656  or  1659). 

Probably  second  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Coghill  of  Blechington, 
baptised  28  April,  1633  (Visitation). 

James  Gardener.  £H.  12  May,  1651  (pleb.  fil.).  <E.£H.  re- 
ceived as  $3.  June  (?),  1651,  restored  in  the  course  of 
1651  or  1652. 

Joshua  Wright.  m.  12  May,  1651  (pleb.  fil.).  or.fflL  re- 
ceived as  <£.  3  May,  1651,  restored  26  June,  1651. 

Isaac  Wright.  fflL  12  May,  1651  (pleb.  fil.).  (E.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  3  May,  1651,  restored  17  March,  1655. 
B,A.  25  June,  1654.  M.A.  11  June,  1657. 

John  Dove.  ffi.  12  May,  1651  (pleb.  fil.).  B.A.  (Dow) 
25  June,  1654. 

John  Oliver.  £H.  5  June,  1651  (min.  fil.).  C.fH.  received 
as  ft.  9  May,  1650,  restored  16  Aug.  1656. 


1651.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  19* 


Joseph   Francklin.      ffl.  21  July,  1651    (serviens). 

received  as  Servitor  5  June,  1651,  restored  apparently 
in  1652. 

Probably  Vicar  of  Locking,  Somerset,  16  March,  1G75,  of  which) 

he  was  deprived  before  Dec.  1693. 

Richard  Littler,  ffi.  21  July,  1651  (serviens).  C.ffl.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  4  June,  1651,  taken  up  for  Battels 
by  Bursar  Pope  1655  or  1657. 

Hugh  Davis,  fft.  12  Nov.  1651  (pleb.  fil.)  €.ffl.  received 
as  Gt.  by  Bursar  Grave  1651. 

John  Musgrave.  £H.  12  Nov.  1651  (pleb.  fil.).  &JK.  re- 
ceived as  13.  about  June,  1651,  restored  17  Sept. 
1655.  B.A.  25  June,  1654.  M.A.  12  June,  1657. 

William  Taite.  M.  12  Nov.  1651  (arm.  fil.).  «D.fH.  re- 
ceived probably  as  JfM.  (Teate)  27  March,  1651,  restored 
(Tate)  21  March,  1653. 

Wood  has  a  note  against  his  name,  "  vide  inter  magistros  ad 
fin.  anni  1656,"  but  I  have  not  been  able  to  discover  the 
reference.  Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

Henry  Yelverton.    fflL  12  Nov.  1651  (baronetti  fil.).    CJfl. 

received   probably   as    JfM.    3   April,    1651,   restored 

7  Dec.  1652. 

Born  at  Easton  Mauduit,  Northants,  July,  1633,  and  educated 
at  St.  Paul's  School.  M.P.  for  Northants  1660,  ancestor  of  the 
Yelvertons,  Earl  of  Sussex  (extinct),  and  of  the  Barons  Grey 
de  Ruthyn  :  he  died  3  Oct.  1670.  Author  of  A  Short  Discourse 
of  the  Truth  and  Reasonableness  of  the  Religion  delivered  by 
Jesus  Christ,  1662,  and,  A  Vindication  of  the  Church  of  England 
against  Edward  Bagshaw  of  Christ  Church.  "  Amicis  sub- 
levandis,  ornandis  litteris,  bonoque  publico  promovendo 
natus."  (Wood,  Hist,  and  Ant.  Ox.).  Donor  of  Plate  to  the 
College. 

John  Dreydon  (Dryden).  ffl.  12  Nov.  1651  (baronetti  fil.). 
(JT.ilH.  received  apparently  as  <E.  29  Jan.  16-g-J-,  restored 
20  May,  1654.  On  3  March,  1650,  Mr.  Dridon  took  over 
the  Second  Middle  Chamber  from  the  Hall. 

Evidently  the  second  son  of  Sir  John  Dryden,  second  baronet 
of  Canons  Ashby,  Northants.  M.P.  for  Huntingdonshire. 
Died  unmarried  Jail.  1707. 

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194  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1651. 

Daniel  Walsh.     £H.  12  Nov.  1651  (serviens). 

George  Savage.  fft.  12  Nov.  1651  (arm.  fil.).  &.fH.  re- 
ceived as  {ft.  1651,  restored  before  the  end  of  1652. 

Edward  Turner,  fft.  12  Nov.  1651  (gen.  fil.).  ®.£H.  re- 
ceived as  OL  1651,  restored  12  April,  1654  (?  1655). 
B.A.  6  Feb.  16ff 


Thomas    Spratt.       fff.   12  Nov.  1651  (min.  fil.). 

received  as  (ft.  in  the  latter  part  of  1651,  restored 
19  Oct.  1652.  Admitted  £.  25  Sept.  1652,  aged  17,  of 
Tallaton,  Devon.  B.A.  25  June,  1654.  M.A.  11  June, 
1657.  B.D.  and  D.D.  3  July,  1669.  Admitted  Jf.  vice 
Lee  30  June,  1657.  Elected  Catechist  6  Dec.  1659, 
resigned  Jf.  24  March,  1670. 

He  was  born  (at  Beaminster,  says  Hutchins,  Dorset,  II.  141),  in 
1635  :  became  F.R.S.  1663  ;  Chaplain  to  George,  Duke  of 
Buckingham  ;  Chaplain  in  Ordinary  to  King  Charles  II.  ; 
Minister  of  St.  Margaret's,  and  Canon  of  Westminster  1680  ; 
Dean  of  Westminster  21  Sept.  1683  ;  Bishop  of  Rochester, 
consecrated  2  Nov.  1684  ;  Clerk  of  the  Closet  to  King  James  II. 
29  Dec.  1685,  by  whom  he  was  appointed  one  of  the  Ecclesias- 
tical Commissioners,  but  he  ceased  to  attend  their  meetings  after 
15  Aug.  1688.  For  Young's  celebrated  attempt  to  involve  him 
in  a  Jacobite  conspiracy  in  1692,  see  Macaulay,  History  of 
England,  ch.  18,  sub  fin.  He  died  of  apoplexy  20  May,  1713, 
aged  77  :  and  was  buried  in  St.  Nicholas  Chapel,  Westminster 
Abbey  ;  but  his  monument  was  subsequently  removed  to  the 
Nave.  Wood  says  of  him  that  he  was  "  an  excellent  poet  and 
orator  ;  and  one  who  arrived  at  a  great  mastery  of  the  English 
language."  He  was  known  as  "  Pindaric  Spratt  "  from  his 
publication  of  a  poem  on  the  Plague  of  Athens,  1659  ;  another 
on  the  Death  of  Oliver  Cromwell,  1659  ;  The  History  of  the 
Royal  Society,  1667  ;  Observations  on  M.  de  Sorter's  Voyage 
into  England,  1668  ;  Life  of  Abraham  Cowley,  1668  ;  and 
numerous  sermons  and  political  pamphlets,  of  which  the  most 
important  is,  The  Relation  of  the  late  wicked  contrivance  of 
Stephen  Blackhead  and  Robert  Young  against  the  lives  of  several 
persons  by  forgeing  an  Association  under  their  hands,  1692. 
(Ath,  Ox,  IV.  727.)  His  portrait  hangs  in  the  College  Hall. 


1651-52.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  195 

John  Latham.  £H.  12  Feb.  16 |4  (arm.  fil).  CT.fH.  received 
as  OL  29  Jan.  16f^,  taken  up"  for  Battels  10  Aug.  1658. 
B.A.  22  June,1655,  but  he  did  not  determine  "in  quad- 
ragesima,"  and  was  therefore  pronounced  Non-Bac.  by 
the  Proctors.  In  1654  he  was  living  in  the  Ground 
Floor  Room  to  the  South  of  the  Tower. 

Thomas  Goodwin.  £H.  12  Feb.  16f£  (min.  fil.).  (£.|H. 
received  in  the  latter  part  of  1651,  restored  13  Feb. 
1653. 


Juckes.     <3LfH.  received  towards  the  end  of  1651,  restored 
in  1652  ? 


Nicholas  Spence.     <2LfH.  received  towards  the  end  of  1651, 

restored  (Spencer)  4  Nov.  1652. 


1652. 

Phineas  Bury.  ffi.  (Phineus  Bury)  2  April,  1652  (gen.  fil.). 
C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  27  March,  1652,  restored  29  April, 
1654.  Admitted  &.  20  Oct.  1653,  aged  18,  of  Dorchester, 
Dorset.  BA.  18  Oct.  1654.  M.A.  28  May,  1657.  Ad- 
mitted Jf.  30  June,  1656.  Elected  Bursar  1659,  1661, 
1663,  1666,  1670,  1672,  1674,  1676;  Catechist  1660; 
Sub- Warden  1662,  1664,  1665,  1671;  Librarian  1667, 
1675.  He  was  Senior  Proctor  1665.  He  lived  in  the 
Third  Middle  Chamber  from  the  Hall,  which  he  vacated 
27  Feb.  1659,  and  entered  upon  the  Fourth  Upper 
Chamber  from  the  Hall  16  April,  1660. 

Chaplain  to  Warden  Wilkins  when  Bishop  of  Chester,  and 
Prebendary  of  Chester  ;  Vicar  of  Southrop,  Glouc.  He  died  of 
apoplexy  in  London,  28  Jan.  16^f ,  and  was  buried  at  St.  Martin's 
in  the  Fields.  Hearne  in  his  diary  18  Feb.  17§f,  speaks  of  him 
as  "  a  gentleman  of  good  parts,  who  helped  Dr.  Bernard  to  some 
emendations  of  his  own  conjecture  upon  Josephus." 


o  2 


196  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1652. 

James  Prinne  (Prince).  fH,  2  April,  1652  (arm.  fil.). 
C.fff.  received  (Prynce)  as  (ft.  15  March,  16fl,  restored 
30  July,  1657.  B.A.  18  Oct.  1654.  M.A/11  June, 
1657. 

Thomas  Terry.  fH.  2  April,  1652  (gen.  fil.).  £.£H.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  18  March,  16f  J,  restored  (no  date). 

Francis  Whidon.  fH.  2  April,  1652  (min.  fil.).  &.JH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  (Whidden)  25  Feb.  16f£,  restored  7  July 
(by  Estcott)  probably  in  16ff.  B.A.  6  Feb.  16ff  M.A. 
12  June,  1657. 

Edward  Nosworthy.  m.  2  April,  1652  (pleb.  fil.). 
&JK.  received  (Norsworthy)  as  33.  25  Feb.  16|J,  in- 
creased to  (ft.  17  May,  restored  30  June,  1658.  B.A. 
22  June,  1655.  M.A.  22  June,  1658.  Lived  in  the 
Bottom  Chamber  to  the  South  of  the  Tower  in  1654. 

John  Pynson.  £H.  2  April,  1652  (min.  fil.).  &.JH.  received 
as  13.  25  March,  1652. 

Matthew  Paul.  fft.  20  May,  1652  (pleb.  fil.).  €M.  re- 
ceived as  13.  8  April,  1652,  restored  3  Oct.  by  Morland, 
i.e.  in  1652  or  1654. 

Probably  Rector  of  Rimpton,  Somerset,  from  23  Jan.  1660  to 
1676. 


Gabriel  Goodman.     fH.  20  May,  1652  (pleb.  fil.). 

received   as   (ft.    16   April,    1652,   restored  26  Oct.  by 
Morland,  i.e.  1652  or  1654. 

Edward  Harby.     fH.  27  July,  1652  (arm.  fil.).     (E.JH.  re- 
ceived 20  May,  1652  as  (ft. 

Probably    Edward     Harby,    Member    for    Higham    Ferrers, 
Northants,  1660. 


Matthew  Swallow.      M.  2  Oct.  1652  (min.  fil.). 

received  as  (ft.  4  Sept.   1652.      Admitted  «£.  20  Oct. 
1653,  aged  17,  of  Lynne,  Norfolk. 


1652.]  WARDEN     W1LKINS.  197 

Samuel  Austin.  fH.  (Astin)  2  Oct.  1652  (rnin.  fil). 
C.fH.  received  as  $3.  13  July,  1652,  and  subsequently  in- 
creased to  that  of  (ft.,  restored  21  Dec.  1657.  B.A. 
13  Oct.  1656.  Lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber  to  the 
South  of  the  Tower  1654. 

Wood  says  that  he  was  a  Cornish  man,  and  was  aged  16  when 
he  entered  Wadham  under  the  tuition  of  Gilbert  Stokes :  he 
subsequently  went  to  Cambridge.  He  was  the  author  of  Naps 
upon  Parnassus,  and  Characters  1658,  also  of  a  Panegyric  upon 
King  Charles  II.  1661.  He  died  about  1665. 

William  Hodges.  fH.  2  Oct.  1652  (arm.  fil.).  &J0L  re- 
ceived as  <£.  31  July,  1652,  restored  18  Feb.  1655. 

Lewis  Sharpe.  m.  2  Oct.  1652  (min.  fil.).  In  1654  he 
was  living  in  the  Upper  Chamber  of  the  South  Crest. 

William  Gilbert.  fft.  4  March,  16|f  (serviens).  CJH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  26  Nov.  1652,  restored  11  April,  1655. 
B.A.  (Gilth)  23  June,  1654.  In  1654  Jilbret,  Mr.  Grave's 
servitor  occupied  the  Second  Cockloft  from  the  Chapel. 

Samuel  May.  ffl.  4  March,  16ff  (pleb.  fil.).  In  1654  he 
occupied  the  Ground  Floor  Room  to  the  North  of  the 
Tower. 


William  Bassett.  OLfH.  received  as  (E.  2  April,  1652, 
restored  by  Morland  some  time  after  March,  16ff. 

Mr.  Thomas  Wylliamson.  (JLfH.  received  probably  as 
JfM.  6  May,  1652,  restored  by  Morland  29  July  (1652 
or  1654). 

Probably  eldest  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Williamson  of  East  Mark- 
hain,  Notts  (created  Bart.  3  June,  1642),  born  1636,  succeeded 
his  father  Sept.  1657,  died  s.p.  23  April,  1703. 

Lichard  Capell.      &M.   received   as   (St.   27   May,    1652, 
restored  26  April,  1655. 


198  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1652-53. 

Carew  Reynal.  (£.£H.  received  as  (*L  16  July,  1652, 
restored  22  Oct.  1652. 

Wood  says  that  lie  was  born  in  Hants,  and  became  a  Gentleman 
Commoner  of  Wadham  :  subsequently  went  to  the  Inns  of 
Court,  and  thence  to  his  patrimony,  Kiverliill,  Bensted,  South- 
ampton. Author  of  The  True  English  Interest,  1674. 

Mr.  David  Jenkins.  CT.fH.  received  probably  as  dF.<£. 
2  Marcb,  1652,  restored  27  Sept.  by  Pope  1655  or  1657. 
One  Jenkins  was  admitted  to  the  South- West  Cockloft 
next  the  Tower,  July,  1643.  Lived  in  the  Second  Upper 
Chamber  to  the  South  of  the  Tower  1654. 


Henry  Vaughan.     M.A.  (Wadham)  6  July,  1652. 

1653. 

Norreys  Jemson  (Jeamson).  Admitted  £5.  20  Oct.  1653, 
aged  18  of  Eicott,  Oxon.  fH.  St.  John's  15  July,  1652 
(min.  fil.).  B.A.  6  Feb.  1654.  M.A.  11  June,  1657. 
Admitted  Jf.  30  June,  1656.  In  1654  he  was  living  in 
the  Cockloft  nearest  the  Chapel. 
Brother  of  Thomas  Jeamson  1654. 

Nicholas  Floyd  (Lloyd).  Admitted  £.  20  Oct.  1653,  aged 
19,  of  Wonston  (Wonsington),  Hants.  fH.  Hart  Hall 
13  May,  1652  (min.  fil.).  Son  of  George  Lloyd,  ad- 
mitted to  Winchester  School  1644.  B.A.  16  June,  1655. 
M.A.  6  July,  1658.  Admitted  Jf.  30  June,  1657. 
Elected  Humanity  Lecturer  1659  ;  Bursar  1660,  1662, 
1665,  1667,  1669,  1672;  Catechist  1661,  1663,  1664, 
1668;  Sub- Warden  1666,  1670.  He  appears  to  have 
lived  in  the  Second  Middle  Chamber  from  the  Chapel. 
He  resigned  his  Jf.  25  June,  1674.  He  was  Lecturer  at 
Carfax,  Lent,  1664;  Eector  of  St.  Martins  1665-1670; 
University  Ehetoric  Eeader  1665. 

Chaplain  to  Bishop  Blandford  ;  Rector  of  St.  Mary's,  New- 
ington,  Surrey,  28  April,  1673.  He  died  27  Nov.  1680,  and 
was  buried  in  the  Chancel  at  Newington.  Author  of  Diction- 
arium  Historicum,  GeograpMcum,  Poeticum,  &c.,  Oxford,  1670. 
His  Commonplace  Book  (MS.),  is  in  the  possession  of 
H.  Buxton  Forman,  Esq. 


1653.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  199 

Robert  Yalop.  £H.  24  June,  1653  (arm.  fil).  <£.£H.  restored 
18  Nov.  1654. 

Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

Henry  Flower.  £H.  24  June,  1653  (gen.  fil.).  OD.fH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  4  March,  16ff,  restored  5  Jan.  1668.  B.A, 
25  March,  16  5f.  M.A.  29  June,  1658.  Lived  1654  in 
the  Second  Ground  Floor  Room,  South  of  the  Tower. 

He  is  mentioned  in  Wood's  Life  (p.  xli),  apparently  as  a 
violinist,  one  of  those  who  took  part  in  a  musical  performance 
on  24  May,  1660. 

John  Furse.  jJH.  24  June,  1653  (gen.  fil.).  C.fH.  received 
as  (ft.  13  June,  1653;  restored  7  July,  1655. 

John  Russell.     fH.   24  June,   1653  (baronetti  fil.).     C.ffl. 

received  as  (ft.  26  March,  1653,  restored  28  Nov.  1657. 

B.A.  22  March,  16|f. 

Eldest  son  and  heir  of  Sir  Francis  Russell  of  Chippenham, 
baptized  6  Oct.  1640  :  whom  he  succeeded  as  third  Baronet  in 
1664.  He  married  Frances,  daughter  of  Oliver  Cromwell  : 
buried  at  Chippenham  24  March,  1669. 

Henry  Tulse.  £H.  24  June,  1653  (arm.  fil.).  GLfH.  received 
as  (ft.  10  May,  1653. 

Baldwin  Decon.      fH.   24  June,   1653  (pleb.  fil.). 
received  as  (ft.  15  March, 


John  Brett.  fft.  24  June,  1653  (gen.  fil.).  (£JH.  received 
as  (ft.  16  March,  16f},  restored  18  Oct.  by  Bursar  Estcott 
i.e.  1656  or  1659.  B.A.  16  Feb. 


John  Mathew.  ffi.  24  June,  1653  (gen.  fil.).  &M.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  16  May,  1653,  taken  up  for  Battels  by 
Bursar  Estcott,  i.e.  1656  or  1659.  B.A.  13  Oct.  1656. 
Lived  in  1654  in  the  Upper  Chamber  of  the  South  Bay. 

Richard  Aviry.  £H.  24  June,  1653  (serviens).  C.ffl.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  16  May,  1653,  restored  11  Dec.  by 
Bursar  Estcott,  i.e.  1656  or  1659.  He  is  mentioned  in 
the  Bursar's  Books  as  living  1654  in  a  Eoom  numbered 
67  :  probably  in  the  modern  back  Quadrangle  for  the 
numbers  in  the  front  Quadrangle  end  at  64. 


-200  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1653. 

John  Hurde.  fH.  24  June,  1653  (serviens).  (&M.  received 
as  Servitor  21  March,  16ff,  restored  by  Bursar  Willis 
13  Dec.  probably  1654. 

Thomas  (?  John)  Jobbins.  ffi.  24  June,  1653  (serviens). 
<£.£H.  of  John  Jobbins  received  as  Servitor  23  Sept. 
1652.  John  Jobbins  was  admitted  S?.  30  June,  1654, 
aged  13,  of  Wotton,  Glouc.  B.A.  20  July,  1657. 

Edmond  Ellis.     ffi.  24  June,  1653  (min.  fil.). 
Simon  Venn.     ffi.  24  June,  1653  (pleb.  fil.). 
William  Doubty.     ffi.  24  June  1653  (serviens). 
Thomas  Swift,     ffi.  24  June,  1653  (min.  fil.). 
John  Neighway.     fft.  24  June,  1653  (serviens). 


Robert  Stubbs.  ffi.  9  Dec.  1653  (min.  fil.).  e.fH.  received 
as  (ft.  1  May,  1654,  restored  1  Oct.  1655.  Elected  £. 
9  Sept.  1655,  aged  18,  of  Lavenbury,  Glouc.  B.A. 
28  May,  1657.  M.A.  3  May,  1660.  Admitted  tf. 
2  July,  1659.  Elected  Humanity  Lecturer  1660.  Re- 
signed Jf.  16  Sept.  1661.  He  appears  to  have  lived  in 
the  Upper  Tower  Chamber,  i.e.  to  the  South  of  the  Gate 
which  he  vacated  27  Feb.  1659. 

William  Wall.  ffi.  9  Dec.  1653  (arm.  fil.).  ODJtt.  received 
as  (ft.  in  1653,  restored  by  Bursar  Blandford,  i.e.  1656. 


Samuel  Eyre.  fH.  9  Dec.  1653  (arm.  fil.).  <£JH.  received 
as  (ft.  21  Nov.  1653,  restored  18  Sept.  by  Bursar  Pope, 
i.e.  in  1655  or  1657. 

William  Brode  (Board),  ffi.  9  Dec.  1653  (eq.  aurati  fil.). 
C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  in  1653,  restored  in  1655  or  1657. 

Sir  Stephen  Borde  of  Sussex  was  knighted  in  1603,  and  William 
Boord  of  Boord  Hill,  Sussex,  who  died  9  May,  1697,  aged  59, 
was  his  grandson,  being  son  of  John  Boord  of  Boord  Hill, 
Esquire. 


1653.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  '201 

Richard  Wavell.  M.  9  Dec.  1653  (gen.  fil).  C.ffl.  re- 
ceived as  OL  18  Oct.  1653,  restored  by  Bursar  Estcott, 
i.e.  in  16|f.  B.A.  15  Feb.  16f|,  Lived  in  1654  in  a 
Room  numbered  69,  probably  somewhere  in  the  modern 
back  Quadrangle. 

James  Rowe.  fH.  9  Dec.  1653  (pleb.  fil.).  C.fH.  received 
as  OL  1  Nov.  1653,  restored  12  Nov.  1657.  B.A. 
28  May,  1657.  Lived  in  1654  in  a  Room  numbered  67, 
probably  somewhere  in  the  modern  back  Quadrangle. 

Edward  Northmore.  fE.  9  Dec.  1653  (pleb.  fil.).  (E.ffl. 
received  as  <£.  1  Nov.  1653,  restored  by  Bursar  Estcott, 
probably  in  1658.  B.A.  28  May,  1657.  Lived  in  1654 
in  a  Room  numbered  67,  probably  in  the  modern  back 
Quadrangle. 


Richard  Newcourt.      fK.  9  Dec.  1653  (serviens). 

received  as  Servitor  3  Dec.  1653,  restored  by  Bursar 
Estcott  1656  or  1659. 

Proctor  General  of  the  Court  of  Arches  ;  Principal  Kegistrary 
of  the  Diocese  of  London  from  Aug.  1669,  to  May,  1696.  Died 
at  Greenwich  1716.  Published  in  1708,  Repertorium  Ecclesias- 
ticum  Parochiale  Londinense.  Hearne  (O.H.S.  II.,  265),  calls 
him  Thomas  Newcourt,  and  adds  that  he  was  "a  Non-juror, 
and  a  man  of  true  integrity." 

Thomas  Evans,     fft.  9  Dec.  1653  (serviens). 

John  Chase.  JH.  17  March,  16ff  (pleb.  fil.).  (EJK.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  20  Feb.  164  f,  restored  1  Oct.  Admitted 
St.  9  Sept.  1655,  aged  18,  of  Card,  i.e.  Chard,  Somerset. 
B.A.  15  Oct.  1657.  M.A.  3  July,  1660.  Admitted  JP. 
12  Dec.  1660.  He  was  elected  Moderator  of  Philosophy 
1659,  1664,  1665  ;  Humanity  Lecturer  16  Sept.  1661 
(vice  Stubbs),  and  again  6  Dec.  1661  ;  Bursar  1662,  1670, 
1673;  Dean  1663,  1671;  Librarian  1669;  Sub-Warden 
1672.  He  resigned  his  jf.  (being  then  Bursar)  30  July, 
1674.  Lived  in  the  Fourth  South  Middle  Chamber  from 
the  Gate. 

One  John  Chase  was  instituted  to  the  Vicarage  of  Whitstaunton, 
Somerset,  14  Sept.  1670  ;  it  was  vacant  again  in  1684. 


202  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1653. 

Robert  Pish.  £H.  17  March,  16ff-  (serviens).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  15  March,  16ff,  taken  up  for  Battels 
7  July,  1658. 


Jeremiah  Horter.    "E  Coll.  Wadh."    Admitted  B.A.  1653, 
"  virtute  dispensations  delegatorum." 

Joseph  Matthews.     B.A.  (Wadham)  14  Dec.  1653. 


John  Mawer.  <E.£H.  received  as  (ft.  2  July,  1653,  restored 
10  July,  1654. 

William  Ceely.  £.£H.  received  as  (ft.  3  Aug.  1653,  restored 
2  June,  1654. 

Roger  Gardiner.  (E.fft.  received  as  (ft.  12  Nov.  1653, 
restored  by  Bursar  Ball  1659. 

George  Gibbs.  <2LJH.  received  as  13.  30  Nov.  1653,  restored 
by  Bursar  Morland  1654,  replaced  14  April,  1656,  restored 
again  8  July,  1658. 

Thomas  Baskett.  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  27  Dec.  1653,  re- 
stored 7  May,  1655.  Elected  g>.  30  June,  1654,  aged  17, 
of  Duelish,  Dorset.  In  1654  he  was  living  in  the  Second 
Ground  Floor  Koom,  South  of  the  Gate. 

Thomas  Baskett,  son  of  Kobert  Baskett  of  Dewlish,  was 
baptized  there  8  Nov.  1636  ;  probably  subsequently  Vicar  of 
Bere  Kegis  1662,  died  1665.  (Hutchins,  II.  608.) 

William  Lane.  Ot.£H.  received  as  (ft.  15  Feb.  16-Jf,  restored 
20  Dec.  by  Bursar  Estcott,  i.e.  1656  or  1658. 

Mr.  Robert  Russell.  £.fH.  received  as^F.OL  21  Feb.  16|f, 
restored  16  March,  1660  (?  1661).  MA.  12  Dec.  1659. 

"  Nunquam  suscepit  gradum  B.A.  ;  ergo  cuinulabat  virtute 
litt.  Cane.  Richardi  Cromwell."  (Wood  MSS.) 


1653-54.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  203 

Kobert  Russell,  second  son  of  Sir  Francis  Russell  of  Clup- 
penham,  born  21  Oct.  1644,  of  Mildenhall  in  Suffolk,  brother 
of  John  Russell,  see  1653. 

Robert  Lewen.     C.ftt.  received  as  (ft.  15  March,  ICff,  and 
subsequently  "  sequestered  "  (no  date). 

Thomas  Hinslow.     (JT.fH.  received  as  <*L  17  March,  Ki^i, 
restored  18  Nov.  by  Bursar  Willis  1654  or  1655. 


1654. 

Benjamin  Maddocke.  fH.  20  July,  1654  (arm.  fil.).  C.ffl. 
received  26  June,  1654,  repaid  to  Mr.  Needham  (see  end 
of  this  year)  1  Aug.  1655.  Lived  in  College  Middle 
Chamber,  the  money  for  which  was  repaid  to  Mr. 
Needham  6  Aug.  1655. 

Probably  Sir  Benjamin  Maddox,  Knt.  of  Wormley,  Herts, 
created  Bart.  11  March,  16ff,  died  s.p.m.  14  Dec.  1716.  He 
founded  an  Exhibition  in  the  College  by  Will,  dated  25  Feb. 
1714,  and  proved  19  Feb.  1716  :  by  which  he  left  the  profits  of 
a  farm  at  Ramsey  near  Harwich,  Essex,  to  the  College,  for  the 
maintenance  of  a  poor  Scholar  till  he  became  B.A.  or  Fellow, 
to  be  chosen  by  the  Warden  and  five  Senior  Fellows.  It  was 
at  first  worth  £12,  and  subsequently  (1853-1854)  £50  per 
annum  less  land  tax.  The  appointment  to  the  Exhibition  is 
recorded  in  the  Convention  Book  for  the  first  time  in  1739. 
This  Exhibition  was  added  to  the  Scholarship  Fund  by  the 
Commissioners  of  1856.  Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

John  Denham.  m.  20  July,  1654  (arm.  fil.).  &M.  re- 
ceived as  Jf.Gt.  8  July,  1654. 

It  is  to  be  observed  that  the  next  name  in  the  fft's  is  Samuel 
Woodford.  Now  Samuel  Woodford  wrote  verses  in  com- 
mendation of  "  A  new  Version  of  the  Psalms  of  David  by  Sir 
John  Denham  1668  :  "  whence  it  may  possibly  be  inferred  that 
the  above  John  Denham  was  related  to  the  poet  of  Cooper's 
Hill,  and  that  his  residence  at  Wadham  brought  him  into 
connection  with  Samuel  Woodford. 


204  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1654. 

Samuel  Woodford.  fH,  20  July,  1654  (gen.  fil.).  €M. 
received  as  (ft.  12  April,  1654,  taken  up  for  Battels  by 
Bursar  Estcott.  B.A.  6  Feb.  16|f. 

He  was  son  of  Eobert  Woodford  of  Northampton,  born 
15  April,  1636  ;  went  to  the  Inner  Temple,  and  became  a  Member 
of  the  Eoyal  Society.  In  Jan.  1669,  he  took  Orders,  and  be- 
came Rector  of  Hartley  Mauduit,  Hants  ;  Prebendary  of 
Chichester,  27  May,  1676.  D.D.  (from  the  Archbishop  of  Can- 
terbury) 1677.  Prebendary  of  Winchester,  8  Nov.  1680. 
Author  of  a  Paraphrase  of  the  Psalms,  1667,  and  a  Paraphrase 
of  the  Canticles  published  with  other  Poems  and  Translations, 
1679  :  also  of  a  MS.  Ode  to  the  Memory  of  the  Earl  of 
Rochester.  For  his  notice  of  Sir  John  Denham,  see  preceding 
life.  Wood  mentions  him  as  a  "  violinist  "  in  his  life  under  the 
year  1658.  His  Stall  at  Winchester  was  vacant  "  by  death  " 


Nathaniel  Whally  (Whaley).  fft.  20  July,  1654  (gen.  fil.). 
C.Jft.  received  3  July,  1654,  restored  8  Oct.  probably 
1655.  Elected  £.  9  Sept.  1655,  aged  18,  of  Northamp- 
ton. B.A.  10  Oct.  1657.  M.A.  3  July.  1660.  Admitted 
jf.  2  July,  1660.  Elected  Sub-Dean  1659  ;  Moderator 
of  Philosophy  1660  ;  Catechist  1662  ;  Bursar  1663,  1667  ; 
Dean  1664,  1666  ;  Humanity  Lecturer  1665  ;  Sub-  Warden 
1668,  1669  ;  Master  of  the  Schools  1665.  Resigned  his 
.  27  Feb. 


Rector  of  Broughton,  Northants,  from  1671  to  1709,  where  he 
was  buried,  2  Aug.  1709.  Author  of  a  volume  of  sermons, 
published  1695.  Father  of  Nathaniel  Whaley,  1694. 


John  Sandiforth.  fft.  20  July,  1654  (pleb.  fil.).  <2LfH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  2  June,  1654,  restored  by  Bursar  Pope 
29  Oct.  (1655  or  1657). 

John  Rogers:  m.  20  July,  1654  (pleb.  fil.).  Admitted  &. 
9  Sept.  1655,  aged  17,  of  Dedham,  Essex.  He  was 
buried  in  the  College  Chapel,  28  June,  1656  :  with  a  stone 
J.  K  1656. 

Sares  Boylston.  fft.  20  July,  1654  (serviens).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  6  Feb.  1653,  restored  7  July,  1659. 
B.A.  2  July,  1659. 


1654.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  205 

Thomas  Griffin.  £H.  20  July,  1654  (serviens).  (£.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  17  Jan.  1653,  restored  3  July,  1661. 
B.A.  16  March,  16Ji. 

Thomas  Wotton.  m.  20  July,  1654  (pleb.  fil.).  <£.£«.  re- 
ceived as  (ft/  24  Feb.  1653,  restored  22  July  by  Bursar 
Pope,  i.e.  1657.  B.A.  20  July,  1657.  In  1654  he  lived 
in  the  Second  Ground  Floor  Room,  South  of  the  Tower. 

Thomas  Bill.  £H.  20  July,  1654  (serviens).  CJft.  received 
as  Servitor  2  March,  1653.  Became  (St.  10  Nov.  1657  : 
his  whole  &.JH.  was  restored  28  April,  1658.  B.A. 
10  Oct.  1657.  M.A.  3  July,  1660. 

Thomas  Jeamson.  iH.  20  July,  1654  (serviens).  Ad- 
mitted Sk.  6  Sept.  1656,  aged  18,  of  Ricott,  Oxford. 
B.A.  15  Oct.  1657.  M.A.  3  July,  1660.  B.M.  12  Oct. 
1664.  D.M.  9  July,  1668.  Elected  ^  5  July,  1661. 
Admitted  Jf.  30  June,  1662.  Elected  Moderator  of  Philo- 
sophy 1661,  1670;  Dean  1662,  1667;  Librarian  1663; 
Bursar  1666,  1668;  Music  Lecturer  1664  (Wood,  Life, 
p.  xciii.). 

He  was  the  son  of  Thomas  Jeamson,  Vicar  of  Shabbington, 
Bucks.  Died  in  Paris  in  July,  1674,  and  was  there  buried. 
Author  of  Artificial  Embellishments  ;  or,  Artfs  best  Directions 
how  to  preserve  Beauty  or  how  to  procure  it,  1665.  Wood  calls 
him  "Anatomicus  Praelector."  Brother  of  Norreys  Jeamson 
1653. 

John  Dalton.  fH.  20  July,  1654  (serviens).  CJH.  received 
as  Servitor  26  Jan.  16-f-f  ,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar 
Estcott  (?  1658).  B.A.  20  July,  1657,  but  he  did  not 
determine  in  the  following  Lent,  and  was  pronounced 
Non-Bac.  by  the  Proctors. 


Samuel  Houghton.  IB.  20  July,  1654  (serviens).  .. 
received  as  Servitor  12  June,  1654,  restored  28  Nov.  by 
Bursar  Whaley  (?  1663).  B.A.  15  Feb.  16ff 

Dudly  Diggs.  £H.  20  July,  1654  (arm.  fil.).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived 24  June,  1654,  restored  26  Sept.  by  Bursar 


206  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1651 

Estcott  (?  1656  or  1659).     In   1654  he  was  living  in 
South  Bay,  Upper  Chamber.     Jf.  of  All  Souls. 

Son  of  Thomas  Diggs  of  Chilham  Castle,  Kent  :  of  Grays  Inn 
(Berry).  Died  young  (Hasted  III.  130).  Probably  brother  of 
Maurice  Diggs  1650,  and  uncle  of  Edward  Diggs  1682. 

Henry  Harby.  fH.  12  Dec.  1654  (arm.  fil.).  OT.fH.  received 
as  JfM.  25  Feb.  1653,  restored  5  Oct.  by  Bursar  Pope 
1655  or  1657. 

Probably  second  son  of  Edward  Harby  of  Adston,  Northants  : 
died  unmarried  (Baker  II.  19). 

Henry  Shelly,  ffi.  12  Dec.  1654  (arm.  fil.).  CJft.  received 
as  (E.  16  June,  1654,  restored  by  Bursar  Blandford  1656. 

John  Winde.  M.  12  Dec.  1654  (pleb.  fil.).  ODJK.  received 
as  OL  22  Feb.  1653,  restored  18  June,  1657.  B.A. 
11  June,  1657,  but  he  did  not  determine  in  Quadragesima, 
and  was  therefore  pronounced  Non-Bac.  by  the  Proctors. 
In  1654  he  was  living  in  the  Second  Ground  Floor  Room, 
South  of  the  Gate. 


Ralph  Blagdon.  f&.  12  Dec.  1654  (serviens).  &M.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  24  June,  1654,  increased  to  (ft. 
11  June,  1658,  restored  13  Oct.  by  Bursar  Bury,  pro- 
bably 1660.  B.A.  (Blackdon)  15  Feb.  16ff  M.A. 
13  July,  1660. 

Stephen  Scandrett.  m.  12  Dec.  1654.  B.A.  19  March, 
16ff  M.A.  28  June,  1659. 

Probably  a  son  of  Stephen  Scandrett,  Yeoman  of  the  Ward- 
robe to  King  Charles  I.,  who  was  buried  in  the  North  Aisle  of 
Christ  Church  Cathedral  16  Aug.  1643. 


Mr.  Needham.  ODja.  received  as  Jf.<&.  26  June,  1654, 
restored  1  Aug.  1655.  He  was  probably  tutor  to 
Benjamin  Maddocke  (whom  see)  with  whom  he  came  and 


1654.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  207 

left :  and  whose  room,  College  Middle  Chamber  he  seems 
to  have  shared. 

Caspar  (Jasper)  Needham,  fH.  sizar  of  Peterhouse,  Cambridge, 
July,  1641.  B.A.  1644.  M.A.  1648  ;  incorporate^  M.A.  of 
Oxford  11  July,  1655.  M.D.  of  Cambridge  1657.  '  Fellow  of 
the  College  of  Physicians  22  Dec.  1668.  Censor  1673  and 
1677.  He  was  buried  in  St.  Bride's,  Fleet  Street,  with  this 
inscription  : 

"  In  meditullio  hujus  ternpli 

Jacet  mortale  depositum 

Casperi  Needham  Med.  Doctoris 

Qui  scientia,  pietate,  beneficentia  clarus, 

Suis  charus, 

Principibus  et  prsesulibus  gratus, 

Ainicis  atque  egenis  desideratissimus, 

Obiit  31  Octobris  1679 

Mt&tia  57." 


John   Wadman.       <£.fH.   received   as   (ft.    11   Sept.   1654, 
restored  8  Oct.  1656. 


Philip  Osbaldeston.  B.A.  6  Feb.  16ff,  but  Wood  appears 
uncertain  whether  he  was  of  Wadham  or  Magdalen 
College. 

Henry  Norrys.  "  Provectioris  setatis  scholaris  qui  duodecim 
abhinc  annos  ad  studia  Academica  paratus  erat,  admissus 
vel  creatus  M.A.  virtute  dispensations  Delegatorum 
Universitatis  "  (Wood,  MSS.)  13  April,  1654.  But  this 
entry  may  refer  to  St.  John's  College  instead  of  Wadham  ; 
there  is,  however,  no  note  of  him  at  St.  John's. 


208  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1655. 


1655. 

John  Bisse.  £H.  28  March,  1655  (min.  fil.).  C.fH.  received 
as  13.  18  March,  1654,  restored  4  Oct.  1655.  Admitted 
Sk.  9  Sept.  1655,  of  Lullington,  Somerset,  aged  17.  B.A. 
15  Feb.  16H-. 

He  was  son  of  Thomas,  grandson  of  Thomas,  and  great  grand- 
son of  Dr.  Philip  Bisse  :  became  Rector  of  Oldbury  on  the  Hill 
1  Feb.  16f  $,  and  was  buried  19  July,  1686 :  father  of  Philip 
Bisse,  Bishop  of  Hereford. 


William  Dixwell.  m.  28  March,  1655  (gen.  fil.).  CJft. 
received  as  jF.ift.  9  Nov.*  1654,  restored  to  Eobert 
Young  (no  date). 

Evidently  one  of  the  Dixwells  of  Coton,  Warwickshire  ;  and 
ancestor  of  the  Baronets  of  that  name. 


Nicholas  Gould.  M.  28  March,  1655  (gen.  fil.).  crja.  re- 
ceived as  ?  JF.®.  12  March,  1654,  restored  to  William 
Gould  5  Jan.  16*J. 

Third  son  of  J.  Gould  of  Upwey,  Dorset,  born  16  March,  1635. 
M.P.  for  Dorchester  ;  died  1691,  and  buried  at  Upwey. 
Brother  of  William  Gould  1656. 

John  Gill.  fH.  28  March,  1655  (serviens).  C.fft.  received 
as  Servitor  25  July,  1655. 

Thomas  Dunwell.  fft.  28  March,  1655  (serviens).  C.ffl. 
received  as  Servitor  25  July,  1655. 

Thomas  Ellison.  fH.  28  March,  1655  (serviens).  (JT.fH. 
received  as  Servitor  25  March,  16J-£-  B.A.  7  July,  1665. 

Nicholas  Young.  fH.  28  March,  1655  (serviens).  C.fft. 
received  as  Servitor  12  March,  1654. 

Nicholas  Young,  "my  cousin,"  is  mentioned  in  the  Foundress' 
Will. 


1655.]  WARDEN     W  ILK  INS.  209 

Gabriel  Richards.  fH.  28  March,  1655  (gen.  fil.).  <2T.£H. 
received  as  (ft.  25  Sept.  1654. 

John  Wolston.  £H.  4  May,  1655  (pleb.  fil.).  (JLffl.  received 
as  (ft.  13  June,  1653,  restored  7  July,  1656.  In  1654  he 
lived  in  the  Bottom  Chamber,  North  of  the  Gate. 


John  Wickes.  £H.  31  May,  1655  (pleb.  fil.).  £.fH.  received 
as  (ft.  20  April,  1655,  restored  23  Sept.  by  Bursar  Pope 
1655  or  1657.  One  John  Wickes  was  M.A.  of  Corpus 
Christi  27  Feb.  1661.  B.D.  31  Oct.  1670.  He  was  of 
Kent,  and  was  admitted  there  "  discipulus,"  i.e.  &. 
26  Nov.  1655,  and  "Scholaris,"  i.e.  Junior  Jf.  1659. 


Shadrich  Brice.  fH.  31  May,  1655  (arm.  fil.).  C.|H.  re- 
ceived as  OL  16  May,  1655,  restored  15  Oct.  1660.  B.A. 
10  Oct.  1657. 

John  Freke.  £H.  31  May,  1655  (serviens).  C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  3  July,  1655,  restored  by  Bursar  Estcott 
1656.  Admitted  jg.  6  Sept.  1656,  aged  18,  of  Chard, 
Somerset.  B.A.  17  Jan.  16|f.  M.A.  24  Dec.  1661. 
Elected  $.  30  June,  1662.  Admitted  Jf.  30  June, 
1663.  Elected  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1662  ;  Human- 
ity Lecturer  1664;  Librarian  1665,  1671,  1672;  Cate- 
chist  1667,  1669,  1678  ;  Bursar  1676,  1679  ;  Sub-  Warden 
1675,  1677.  Resigned  $.  on  marriage.  He  appears  to 
have  lived  in  the  Fourth  South  Middle  Chamber  from 
the  Gate. 

Rector  of  Hannington,  Wilts. 

Samuel  Marner.     fE.  31  May,  1655  (serviens). 

John  Lovelace.     fH.  25  July,  1655  (baronis  fil.). 

Only  son  of  John,  second  Baron  Lovelace.  Created  M.A.  9  Sept. 
1661.  Rose  for  the  Prince  of  Orange  1688,  but  was  taken 
prisoner,  and  imprisoned  at  Gloucester.  Captain  of  the 
Gentleman  Pensioners,  March,  16f  f,  and  Chief  Justice  in  Eyre 
of  all  his  Majesty's  Forests  on  this  side  of  the  Trent.  Died 
27  Sept.  1693.  Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College.  His  portrait  by 
Marcus  Laroon  Langs  in  the  College  Hall. 

P 


210  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1655. 

Charles  Forister.  fft.  25  July,  1655  (arm.  fil).  C.JH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  4  July,  1655  (Foster),  restored  (Forster) 
10  Sept.  by  Bursar  Estcott  1656  or  1658. 

John  Strangwayes.  M.  25  July,  1655  (arm.  fil.).  C.fH. 
received  as  (ft.  22  June,  1654. 

Eldest  son  of  Giles  Strangways,  LL.D.,  born  1635  ;  died  1676. 

Walter  Bovett.  M.  25  July,  1655  (gen.  fil.).  C.IH.  re- 
ceived (Baffet)  as  (St.  20  June,  1655,  paid  over  by 
Bursar  Estcott  to  Ball  19  Jan.  16ff. 

Thomas  Fletcher.  fH.  (Flecher)  25  July,  1655  (gen.  fil.). 
(JLfH.  received  as  (ft.  19  June,  1655,  restored  by  Bursar 
Estcott. 

John  Ellis.  fH.  25  July,  1655  (pleb.  fil.).  C.fH.  received 
as  $3.  same  day,  restored  18  April,  by  Bursar  Ironside 
1660  or  1662.  B.A.  15  March,  16ff.  John  Ellis  of 
New  College  graduated  M.A.  15  Oct.  1661. 

John  Adee.     JH.  25  July,  1655  (serviens). 
Francis  Morgan.     JH.  Mich.  Term  1655  (arm.  fil.). 
Robert  Gardener,     fft.  Mich.  Term  1655  (arm.  fil.). 

Richard  Pyncomb.  M.  Mich.  Term  1655  (arm.  fil.).  (£.fft. 
received  as  Jf.(ft.  1  Oct.  1655,  paid  over  by  Bursar 
Estcott  to  Mr.  Hodge  25  July,  1656  or  1658. 

Probably  one  of  the  Pyncombes  of  South  Molton,  Devon. 

Thomas  Parkins.  fa.  Mich.  Term  1655  (gen.  fil.).  ODJW. 
received  as  (ft.  25  July,  1655. 

William  Palmer.  fH.  Mich.  Term  1655  (equitis  fil.  minor). 
ODJK.  received  (?  Palmes)  as  (ft.  15  Feb.  1654. 

William  Neile.  M.  Mich.  Term  1655  (equitis  fil.  natu 
max ).  &M.  received  as  ?  Jf.<&.  20  Dec.  1652,  restored 


1655.1  WARDEN     WILKINS.  211 


26  March,  1658.     In  1654  Mr.  Neile  lived  in  the  First 
Floor  Room,  second  to  the  South  of  the  Gate. 

Probably  son  of  Sir  William  Neale,  Scout-master  to  King 
Charles  I. 

Hopton  Wyndham.  fH.  Mich.  Term  1655  (equitis  fil. 
minor).  C.fH.  received  8  Dec.  and  taken  up  for  Battels 
by  Bursar  Estcott  1656  or  1658. 

Son  of  John  Wyndham  of  Orchard  by  Catherine,  sister  and 
coheiress  of  Ralph  Lord  Hopton,  died  13  Feb.  1697  (Collinson, 
II.  234),  and  buried  at  Witham  with  his  wife  Jane  (who  re- 
marriec3  John  Codrington)  :  brother  of  Thomas  Wyndham  16f$, 
and  George  Wyndham  1661. 

Theophilus  Parkins.  M.  Mich.  Term  1655  (gen.  fil.). 
<£JH.  received  26  June,  1654,  taken  up  for  Battels 

27  April,  1658. 

Eldest  son  of  Isham  Parkins  of  Bunny,  Notts.  ;  obiit  ante 
patrem,  s.p.  (Thoroton  45). 

George  Abbott.  |H.  Mich.  Term  1655  (arm.  fil.).  C.fH. 
received  as  <£,  29  Oct.  1655,  taken  up  for  Battels 
16  Dec.  1658. 


Thomas  Fisher.     £H.  Mich.  Term  1655  (gen.  fil.). 

received  as  4L  29  Oct.  1655.  On  31  March,  1658,  he 
paid  £2  "  for  the  continuance  of  his  name  "  :  which  was 
taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Estcott,  2  July,  1658. 

John  Parker.  £H.  Mich.  Term  1655  (gen.  fil.).  C.ffl.  re- 
ceived as  (&•  29  Oct.  1655,  restored  to  his  brother  Samuel 
(see  1657),  23  Oct.  1658. 

Humphrey  Walrond.  fH.  Mich.  Term  1655  (min.  fil.). 
4D.IH.  received  as  <2L  1  Oct.  1655,  paid  over  in  April, 
1659,  by  Bursar  Estcott  to  Turges. 

Evidently  the   second   son    of   Humphrey  Walrond    of   Sea, 

Somerset. 

Henry  Worth.  IB.  Mich.  Term  1655  (gen.  fil.).  OT.fH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  6  April,  1655,  restored  8  Feb.  1656.  B.A. 
(Magdalen  Hall)  12  Oct.  KioS.  M.A.  14  June,  1661. 

p  2 


212  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1655. 

John  Bourne.  fH.  Mich.  Term  1655  (gen.  fil).  &JH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  29  Oct.  1655,  restored  18  Dec.  1658.  B.A. 
2  June,  1659  (Hart  Hall).  M.A.  30  April,  1662. 


Robert  Chapman.     JH.  Mich.  Term  1655  (serviens). 

received  as  Servitor  29  Oct.  1655,  restored  3  Oct.  1656. 
Admitted  &.  6  Sept.  1656,  aged  18,  of  St.  James, 
Garlickhythe,  London. 


Henry  Langley.  <2LfH.  received  as  (ft.  25  July,  1655.  B.A. 
5  June,  1656.  M.A.  29  June,  1658. 

He  was  son  and  heir  of  Jonathan  Langley  of  Abbey  Foriat, 
near  Shrewsbury :  married  the  only  daughter  of  William 
Strode,  Canon  of  Christ  Church,  and  Public  Orator :  he  was 
knighted  in  1681  (says  Wood  in  MS.,  but  in  his  Life,  page  xxxv, 
where  he  mentions  Henry  Langley  "  as  a  <£.  (£.  of  Wadham, 
a  violinist  and  songster,"  he  says  that  he  died  in  1680). 
He  appears  to  have  been  a  Churchman  and  Koyalist,  see  Wood, 
Life  page  xxxviii. 

William  Lloyd.  (E.JH.  received  as  (St.  17  Dec.  1655,  restored 
22  Nov.  1659.  He  came  to  Wadham  as  tutor  to  John 
Backhouse  of  Swallowfield  (see  next  year).  Son  of 
Richard  Lloyd,  B.D.  Rector  of  Sonning,  and  Vicar  of 
Tilehurst,  Berks ;  born  1627.  ift.  (Oriel)  Lent  Term 
1639.  B.A.  (Jesus)  25  Oct.  1642.  M.A.  (Jesus)  9  Dec. 
1646.  D.D.  1667.  Jf.  of  Jesus  College. 

Prebendary  of  Ripon  1660 ;  Chaplain  to  the  King  1666  ; 
Prebendary  of  Woodford  and  Welford,  Sarum,  16  Dec.  1667  ; 
Vicar  of  St.  Mary's,  Reading,  1668  ;  Archdeacon  of  Merioneth 
1668  ;  Dean  of  Bangor  1672  ;  Canon  of  Salisbury  1674  ;  Vicar 
of  St.  Martin's,  Westminster  1676  ;  Bishop  of  St.  Asaph  3  Oct. 
1680.  In  1688  he  was  one  of  the  seven  Bishops  committed  to 
the  Tower  by  James  II.  Almoner  to  King  William  III.  16f| ; 
Bishop  of  Lichfield  and  Coventry  1692 ;  Bishop  of  Worcester 
22  Jan.  iff$.  Died  30  Aug.  1717,  aged  90.  He  was  author  of 
numerous  sermons  (one  preached  on  the  death  of  John  Wilkins, 
Bishop  of  Chester,  formerly  Warden  of  Wadham,  see  1648), 
and  of  controversial  works  against  the  Papists,  also  of  Chrono- 


1655-56.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  213 

logia  Universalis.  He  devoted  much  of  his  attention  to  the 
interpretation  of  Prophecy  (see  Hearne's  Coll.,  Vol.  I.  p.  350, 
O.H.S.) ;  so  that  he  was  called  by  the  Terrse  films  of  1703, 
"  Pseudopropheta  canus."  (For  list  of  his  works  see  Wood's 
Fasti,  IV.  716,  &c.)  There  is  a  curious  story  narrated  in 
Wood's  Life,  page  xxxviii.,  of  his  inventing  an  Eastern  patriarch 
and  deluding  several  members  of  the  University.  There  is  an 
engraved  portrait  of  him  in  Dr.  Griffiths'  Collections  in  the 
Warden's  Lodgings. 

Henry  Smith.  <&M.  received  as  (ft.  17  Dec.  1655.  Pro- 
bably B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  12  Dec.  1659. 

Mr.  Charles  Sedley.  C.JH.  received  as  JF&.  22  March, 
16|-|-,  and  subsequently  paid  over  to  Mr.  Pope.  Son  of 
Sir  John  Sedley  (Sidley)  of  Aylesford,  Kent,  Bart., 
entered  Wadham,  aged  17,  but  took  no  degree. 

He  succeeded  two  elder  brothers  in  the  baronetcy  in  1656,  and 
died  s.p.  20  Aug.  1701,  aged  62.  This  celebrated  libertine  and 
wit  was  the  author  of  numerous  poems  and  translations  (Wood, 
Ath.  Ox.  IV.  731).  .  His  only  daughter  was-  Catherine  Sedley, 
mistress  of  King  James  II.,  created  Baroness  Darlington,  and 
Countess  of  Dorchester  1686.  Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 


John  Spicer.  M.A.  (Wadham)  28  June,  1655.  M.  (Mag- 
dalen Hall)  9  Nov.  1650  (pleb.  fil.).  B.A.  3  Feb.  16f|. 
He  became  JF.  of  Exeter  (from  Wadham)  7  July,  1655, 
but  died  the  same  year  (Boase). 


1656 

Thomas  Tirell.  fH.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (equitis  fiL 
natu  min.).  (£.£H.  received  12  April,  1656.  Admitted 
&.  6  Sept.  1656,  aged  16,  of  East  Hornton,  Essex. 

Son  of  Sir  John  Tyrell  of  Springfield  (see  1616),  died  s.p. 
Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

Andrew  Walton.  Admitted  &  6  Sept.  1656,  aged  18,  of 
Higham,  Somerset.  B.A.  15  Feb.  16|J. 


214  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1656. 

John  Gilbert,  fft.  1  April,  1656  (min.  fil.).  €M.  received 
as  OL  14  Nov.  1655,  restored  29  Sept.  1656.  Admitted 
SN  6  Sept.  1656,  aged  18,  of  Burton-on-Dunsmore, 
Warwick.  Probably  John  Gilbert,  BA.  (Collector 
Junior)  12  Oct.  1658.  M.A.  3  July,  1661.  Elected  $. 
5  July,  1661,  admitted  Jf.  30  June,  1662.  Elected  Sub- 
Dean  1660.  Lived  in  the  Fourth  South  Upper  Chamber 
from  the  Gate. 

Prebendary  of  Exeter,  18  March,  16£f. 


Valentine  Disbrowe.     ffli.  1  April,  1656  (arm.  fil.). 
received  as  (ft.  23  Nov.  1655. 

Evidently  son  of  the  Parliamentary  General  John  Disbrow 
(Desborough),  by  Anna  Cromwell,  sister  of  the  Protector : 
afterwards  of  Booking.  (Morant,  I.  207.)  Donor  of  Plate  to 
the  College. 

William  Gould,  fft.  1  April,  1656  (arm.  fil.).  £.£H.  re- 
ceived as  (&.  29  Feb.  16ff,  restored  by  Bursar  Estcott. 

Second  son  of  John  Gould  of  Upwey,  Dorset,  and  brother  of 
Nicholas  Gould  1655  ;  born  16  Aug.  1633  ;  subsequently  of 
Broadway,  Dorset ;  Lieutenant  in  the  Dorset  Militia  3  Aug. 
1676  ;  died  unmarried  1  March,  16f| ;  buried  at  Upwey. 

Henry  Fawne.  fH.  1  April,  1656  (arm.  fil.).  (ST.fH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  7  Feb.  16ff. 

John  Backhouse.  fH.  1  April.  1656  (arm.  fil.).  CJH.  re- 
ceived as  jf.(ft.  17  Dec.  1655,  repaid  to  his  tutor  W. 
Lloyd  (see  1655)  22  Nov.  1659. 

He  was  son  of  William  Backhouse  of  Swallowfield,  Berks  ;  he 
probably  died  young,  as  his  sister  Flower  is  spoken  of  as 
"  daughter  and  sole  heiress  of  W.  Backhouse  of  Swallowfield." 

William  Ball.     m.  1  April,  1656  (pleb.  fil.).    <&M.  received 
as  (ft.  8  May,  1655,  restored  25  June  by  Bursar  Willis 
(i.e.  1655).     One  of  this  name  was  created  M.A.  of  Hart 
Hall,  1  July,  1661. 

Thomas  Gilbert,  ffl.  1  April,  1656  (pleb.  fil.).  C.fft.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  13  Dec.  1655,  restored  4  Oct.  1659. 


1656.]  WARDEN     W1LKINS.  215 

William  Rosewell.  JH.  1  April,  1656  (gen.  fil).  <&M.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  7  Feb.  16ff,  restored  24  Oct.  1657. 
Admitted  £.  25  Sept.  1657,  aged  19,  of  London.  B.A. 
14  April,  1660.  M.A.  (All  Souls')  12  Nov.  1663. 

He  was  educated  at  St.  Paul's  School,  where  he  was  elected  to 
an  Exhibition  in  1655,  which  he  held  till  1662  :  he  was  elected 
to  a  JF.  at  All  Souls'  1661.  He  is  said  to  have  migrated  from 
Wadham  to  Magdalen  Hall  (i.e.  between  1660  and  1662). 

John  White,  fft.  1  April,  1655  (gen.  fil.).  &.ffl.  received 
as  (ft.  29  Feb.  16|f,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury.  B.A. 
14  Oct.  1659. 


John  Gary.  fH.  1  April,  1656  (pleb.  fil.).  (£.i!ft.  received  as 
OL  29  Feb.  16ff,  restored  9  July,  1657. 

Thomas  Rich.  fft.  1  April,  1656  (pleb.  fil.).  (E.fH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  29  Feb.  16|f,  taken  up  for  Battels  16  Dec. 
1658. 

Francis  Quantocke.  m.  1  April,  1656  (pleb.  fil.).  (JT.fH. 
received  14  April,  1656,  restored  12  March,  16||-. 

Jeremiah  Buttyvant.  fH.  1  April,  1656  (serviens).  (£  JK- 
received  as  Servitor  7  Feb.  1655,  restored  by  Bursar 
Estcott. 

Samuel  Hardy.  fH.  1  April,  1656  (serviens).  C.fft.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  7  Feb.  1655,  restored  1  Aug.  1657. 
B.A.  14  Oct.  1659. 

Author  of  The  Guide  to  Heaven,  1687. 

Edward  Elston.  m.  23  July,  1656  (gen.  fil.).  C.ilfl.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  9  June,  1656,  restored  by  Bursar  Ball. 
Admitted  &.  1  Oct.  1659,  aged  18,  of  Stoke  Fleming, 
Devon.  B.A.  15  Dec.  1660. 

Isaac  Paige.  JflL  23  July,  1656  (gen.  fil.).  &.fft.  received 
as  (St.  9  June,  1656. 

ithony  Aucher.  £H.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (equitis 
fil.  natu  max).  £JK.  received  as  Jf.Ot.  13  June,  1656, 
and  taken  up  to  pay  for  his  plate  25  Dec.  1658. 

Eldest  son  of  Sir  Anthony  Aucher  of  Bishopsbourne,  Kent 
(created  a  Baronet,  4  July,  1666)  ;  died  vita  i>atris,  and  was 


216  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1656. 

buried  at  Bourne  12  Sept.  1673.  (He  had  a  half-brother  of  the 
same  name  who  died  a  minor  1694.  Berry's  Genealogies.). 

Bradly  Coldwell.  m.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  165G  (pleb.  fil,). 
OD.HH.  received  as  (ft.  16  April,  1656.  Admitted  &. 
25  Sept.  1657,  aged  18,  of  Northampton.  His  &.JH. 
was  paid  over  on  29  Sept.  (?  1657  or  1658)  by  Mr.  Pope 
to  Mr.  Turges. 

Thomas  Guidott.  ffl.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (gen.  fil.). 
&JH.  received  as  (ft.  19  Dec.  1656,  taken  up  by  Bursar 
Lloyd  for  Battels  8  July,  1669.  B.A.  16  Jan.  16ff. 
M.A.  16  Oct.  1662.  M.B.  14  July,  1666.  In  1671  he 
performed  his  exercise  for  M.D.  but  did  not  graduate. 

He  was  the  eldest  son  of  Francis  Guidott,  born  at  Limington, 
Hants.  He  began  to  practise  at  Bath  in  1667,  and  removed  to 
London  in  1679.  Author  of  several  treatises  on  Bath  and  its 
waters,  and  other  medical  treatises ;  also  of  "  some  libels, 
epitaphs,  and  lampoons."  (Wood.) 

Hearne  calls  him  "an  ingenious  (but  vain,  conceited,  whim- 
sical) Physician."  (Collections,  O.H.S.  I.  p.  123.)  See  also 
Hearne's  Collections  (O.H.S.)  under  Sept.  18th,  25th,  and  27th, 
1710,  and  3  Jan.  1711. 

James  Gould.  Jft.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (serviens). 
(£.fH.  received  as  Servitor  6  July,  1658,  restored  by 
Bursar  Ironside  1660  or  1662.  James  Gould  was  B.A. 
of  New  Inn  Hall  3  July,  1660. 

Brian  Cave.  M.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (min.  fil.).  Ad- 
mitted 5>.  25  Sept.  1657,  aged  18,  of  Middleton  Cheney, 
Oxon.,  sic,  really  Northants.  B.A.  16  Jan.  16f£.  M.A. 
22  Nov.  1662.  Elected  $.  5  July,  1661,  admitted  Jf. 
30  June,  1662.  Elected  Sub-Dean  1661;  Humanity 
Lecturer  1662;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1663;  Dean 
1665,  1668 ;  Catechist  1666,  1672 ;  Bursar  1671 ;  Li- 
brarian 1673 ;  Sub- Warden  1674.  On  23  July,  1661,  he 
took  possession  of  the  Third  Middle  Chamber  from  the 
Hall  which  he  vacated  17  Jan.  1666. 

He  was  apparently  son  of  John  Cave  the  intruding  Rector  of 
Middleton  Cheney,  and  kinsman  of  Anthony  Wood.  In  Aug. 
1675,  he  died  at  Astrop  in  Northamptonshire,  and  was  buried 
at  King's  Sutton. 


1656.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  217 

Augustin  Hayter.  £H.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (serviens). 
(JLfH.  received  as  Servitor  1  Sept.  1656,  and  taken  up  for 
Battels  by  Bursar  Estcott.  He  apparently  migrated  to 
New  College,  where  Augustin  Hayter  took  his  B.A. 
16  March,  1659,  and  M.A.  7  July,  1664. 

John  Evans.  fH.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (min.  fil.). 
£.fH.  received  as  <IL  12  March,  1656,  restored  20  Feb. 
1660.  B.A.  15  Dec.  1660.  M.A.  (Hart  Hall)  11  July, 
1663.  B.D.  (Wadham)  8  July,  1670. 

William  Weltden.    fH.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (pleb.  fil.). 
.  received  as  (ft.  6  Dec.  1656,  restored  9  July,  1658. 


John  Clarke,  ilft.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (serviens). 

received  as  Servitor  7  Jan.  1656,  restored  15  Sept.  1658. 

John  Edwards.  £H.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (min.  fil.). 
(JLfH.  received  as  (ft.  6  Feb.  1656,  restored  by  Bursar 
Ball  1659.  He  was  admitted  OL  of  Trinity  (after  three 
years  at  Wadham)  1  Oct.  1659.  B.A.  (Trin.)  28  Feb. 
1659.  M.A.  4  Nov.  1662. 

Thomas  Gallop.  fH.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (gen.  fil.). 
<£.£H.  received  as  (&.  13  Feb.  1656,  restored  2  Jan.  by 
Bursar  Bury. 

Henry  Turkington.  fft.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (gen. 
fil.).  &.£H.  received  as  <£.  4  March,  1656,  restored  5  July 
by  Bursar  Estcott  1661.  B.A.  25  Oct.  1660. 

Robert  Pollard.  £H.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656  (gen.  fil.). 
(£.£ft.  received  as  <K.  11  March,  1656,  taken  up  for  Battels 
2  July  by  Bursar  Estcott  1659  or  1661. 

William  Baker.     f«.  Mich,  or  Hil.  Term  1656. 

Possibly  William  Baker,  B.A.  (Magd.)  25  Oct.  1660  ;  where  a 
William  Baker  was  Demy  1653-1656,  having  been  chorister 
1653-1654  :  lie  is  said  to  have  £H.  Oct.  1655  (pleb.  fil.). 
(Bloxam.)  One  William  Baker  was  Vicar  of  Huish  Episcopi, 
Somerset,  2  March,  1662  ;  died  about  1686.  Another  was 
Hector  of  South  Bradon,  Somerset,  from  10  June,  1669,  to 
about  1709. 


218  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1656-57. 


Samuel  Smith.     dLfH.  received  as  Servitor  26  July,  1656, 
restored  by  Bursar  Estcott  8  Nov.  165'J  or  1661. 

John  Jones.      (K.fH.   received  as  Servitor  11  Sept.   1656, 
restored  20  Sept.  1656. 

Henry  Winchcombe.      (E.fH.   received  as  Jf.(ft.  11  Oct. 
1656. 

Probably  son  and  heir  of  Sir  Henry  Winchcombe  of  Buckle- 
bury,  Berks,  Bart.,  see  1637  :  succeeded  his  father  but  died  s.p. 
Nov.  1703. 

Thomas  Coward.     <&M.  received  as  jf.(ft.  11  Oct.  1656. 
John  Barker.     (&.f&.  received  as  (ft.  6  Nov.  1656. 


Samuel  Hearn.  M.A.  (Wadham)  25  April,  1656.  On  a 
stone  in  Wadham  Chapel :  "  S.  H.  A.M.  W.  C.  C.  (Samuel 
Herne,  A.M.  Wadh.  Coll.  Commensalis)  mortalitati  non 
vitas  valedixit  2  Dec.  1658." 


1657. 

Andrew  Nicholas.  JH.  (Nichols)  Easter  or  Act  Term  1657 
(gen.  fil).  C.ilH.  received  as  (ft.  21  March,  16ff ,  restored 
13  Oct.  1657.  Admitted  £.  25  Sept.  1657,  of  Lanfey, 
Monmouth,  aged  16. 

Henry  Croke.  fE.  Mich.  Term  1657  (equitis  fil.  natu  minor). 
OLiH.  received  as  (ft.  27  June,  1657,  restored  29  Sept. 
1657.  Admitted  g>.  25  Sept.  1657,  of  St.  Bartholomew 
the  Less,  London,  aged  16.  B.A.  28  May,  1661. 

Evidently  the  second  son  of  Sir  Kobert  Croke,  Clerk  of  the 
Pipe,  who  is  said  (in  Croke's  History  of  the  Croke  Family],  to 
have  died  in  1662,  aged  21,  and  is  buried  at  Ellesborough, 
Bucks.  The  inscription  on  his  monument  is  not  very  legible, 
but  appears  to  be  as  follows  : 


1657.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  219 

HENRICI  CHOKE 

Quod  mori  potuit  heic  conditur 

Quod  mori  non  debuit  lieic  panditur 

Qui  D1U  Robert!  Croci  Equitis  aurati 

Natu  secundus  annum  agens  xxi 

Summo  mane  Calendis  Januariis  An  Dm  MDCLXII 

Vel  apostemate  vel  artium  (artuum) 

Morbo  sane  medicis  occulto 

Oxonii  delicti,  occubuit, 

lisdem  liora  dieque  quibus  avitus 

j)nus  Henricus  Crokus,  Eques  auratus 

Tribus  retro  annis  obdormivit. 

Natalium  splendorem  virtutum  purpura 

Virtutes  omnigense  scientiae  iride 

Scientias  purse  religionis  candore, 

The  rest  is  much  obliterated,  and  the  transcription  appears 
corrupt.     (Croke,  I.  503.) 

John  Gay.  JE.  Easter  or  Act  Term  1657  (pleb.  fil).  &M. 
received  as  (ft.  8  Feb.  1657,  restored  by  Bursar  Ironside. 
One  John  Gaye  of  Trinity  was  B.A.  16  Jan.  1660,  in 
which  year  his  admission  to  Trinity  is  recorded. 

John  Barton  (?  Burton),  ffl.  Easter  or  Act  Term  1657 
(pleb.  fil.).  <&M.  received  25  June,  1657,  restored 
18  Oct.  1658. 

John  Stephens,  ffl.  Easter  or  Act  Term  1657  (pleb.  fil.). 
(E.fft.  received  (from  Mr.  Stephens)  24  Nov.  1657,  paid 
over  21  April  by  Bursar  Floyd  to  Whaley.  John 
Stevenson  was  B.A.  14  May,  1657  (though  his  name 
appears  otherwise  as  Nevinson). 

Samuel  Batt.  fft.  Easter  or  Act  Term  1657  (serviens). 
John  Batt's  <&M.  is  received  22  July,  1657,  but  the  re- 
payment 13  Jan.  16f^,  is  acknowledged  by  Samuel  Batt. 
Admitted  at  Queen's  as  IS.  14  Oct.  1659.  B.A.  (Queen's) 
5  Feb.  1660. 

John  Michell.  fH.  Easter  or  Act  Term  1657  (serviens). 
(JT.fH.  received  3  Feb.  1656,  restored  by  Bursar  Ball. 


220  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1657. 

John  Williams.  £H.  Easter  or  Act  Term  1657  (gen.  fil.). 
(E.f5L  received  21  March,  1656,  restored  8  Nov.  by 
Bursar  Ball. 

Thomas  Walker.  fH.  Easter  or  Act  Term  1657  (min.  fil.). 
(£.fH.  received  as  IB,  12  June,  1657,  restored  23  March 
by  Bursar  Estcott  16-ff,  replaced  2  March,  16ff,  and 
taken  up  for  Battels,  3  July,  1661.  His  name  is  the 
first  entered  by  Warden  Blandford  on  resuming  the 
entries  in  the  Registrum  as  (ft.  29  Feb.  1659. 

John  Costren.  IE.  Easter  or  Act  Term  1657  (serviens). 
CJft.  received  as  Servitor  20  June,  1657,  restored 
13  July,  1659.  (Coster.) 

John  Doylie.  fflL  Easter  or  Act  Term  1657  (arm.  fil.). 
C.fH.  received  18  April,  1657,  as  (ft.  or  j]F.(ft.,  and 

restored  on  3  May  by  Bursar  Ironside. 

Probably  eldest  son  of  John  Doylie  1617,  of  Chiselhampton, 
baptized  at  Stadliampton  1640.  If  so,  created  Baronet,  7  July, 
1666.  M.P.  for  Woodstock  1688-1689 ;  died  13  April  1709, 
aged  68. 

Daniel  Cudmore.  ffl.  Mich.  Term  1657  (arm.  fil.).  &.JH. 
received  as  (ft.,  perhaps  Jf.Gt.  21  April,  1657,  restored 
to  his  brother  Zachary  Cudmore,  13  Oct.  (see  1658). 

Daniel  and  Zachary  are  family  names  of  the  Cudmores  of 
Loxbeare,  Devon. 

Abraham  Janeway.     fH.  Mich.  Term  1657  (serviens). 

Son  of  William  Janeway  of  Lilley,  Herts,  and  of  Harpenden. 
He  became  a  Presbyterian  preacher  :  was  married  and  resided 
at  Buntingford,  Hunts  (with  his  mother  or  mother-in-law). 
He  died  in  Sept.  1665,  but  of  consumption,  not  of  the  Plague  : 
a  funeral  sermon  was  preached  on  him  by  Thomas  Vincent, 
entitled,  "  God's  Terrible  Voice  in  the  City."  Elder  brother  of 
Joseph  Janeway  16||.  Their  brother  John  Janeway  jF.  of 
King's  College,  Cambridge,  who  died  1657,  was  a  pupil  of 
Dr.  Seth  Ward  (see  1649)  who  was  at  this  time  at  Waclham. 

Thomas  Vincent  says  of  Abraham  Janeway :    "  He  was  a 
righteous  person,  a  righteous  minister,  a  dear  brother  taken 


1657.]  .WARDEN     WILKINS.  221 

away  in  the  flower  of  his  year?.  He  was  a  merciful  man,  and 
showed  great  pity  and  compassion  to  souls  ;  was  earnest  with 
them  to  leave  their  sins,  and  close  with  Christ.  He  spent  him- 
self and  hastened  his  own  death  to  keep  others  from  perishing 
everlastingly.  He  was  an  upright  man,  a  true-hearted 
Nathanael,  and  one  of  very  promising  hopes  for  very  con- 
siderable usefulness."  (Cox's  Lives  and  Times  of  the  Janeways.) 

Henry  Dolling,  ffl.  Mich.  Term  1657  (pleb.  fil.).  &M. 
received  as  (ft.  23  Oct.  1657,  restored  1  Aug.  1661, 
replaced  28  Feb.  16fJ,  but  taken  up  10  Nov.  1  1664 
for  Battels  by  Bursar  Whaley.  B.A.  21  June,  1661. 
M.A.  28  June,  1664. 

Master  of  the  School  at  Dorchester,  Dorset,  1664-1675  :  is  said 
to  have  translated  into  Latin,  The  Whole  Duty  of  Man.  (Wood, 
Fast.  II.  140,  158.) 

Robert  Gale.  fm.  Micb.  Term  1657  (pleb.  fil.).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  22  July,  1657,  restored  18  July  by  Bursar 
Whaley  1664.  B.A.  28  May,  1661.  M.A.  19  Jan.  1663. 

Probably  Vicar  of  Cutcombe,  Somerset,  27  Oct.  1668 ;  died 

about  1672. 

Samuel  Parker.     Jft.  Mich.  Term  1657  (gen.  fil.).     C.Jft. 

received  as  (ft.  30  Sept.  1656,  restored  13  Oct.   1660. 

B.A.  28  Feb.  1659.     He  migrated  to  Trinity  where  he 

took  his  M.A.  9  July,  1663. 

Wood  says  that  he  was  the  son  of  John  Parker  of  North- 
ampton ;  born  1640.  F.R.S.  1665  ;  Chaplain  to  the  Archbishop 
of  Canterbury  1667  ;  Archdeacon  of  Canterbury  1670 ;  Pre- 
bendary of  Canterbury,  and  Rector  of  Ickham  and  Chartham, 
Kent,  1672.  Consecrated  Bishop  of  Oxford  17  Oct.  1686,  when 
he  retained  his  Archdeaconry,  but  he  had  resigned  his  Prebend 
in  1685.  He  was  intruded  into  the  President's  place  at  Mag- 
dalen College,  by  the  mandate  of  King  James  II.  25  Oct.  1687  ; 
and  died  in  his  lodgings  in  that  College  on  20  March  following. 
He  was  buried  by  torch-light  on  24  March  on  the  South  side 
of  the  Ante- Chapel,  but  no  memorial  marks  the  place  of  his 
interment.  He  was  the  author  of  numerous  controversial  works, 
covering  a  wide  ground,  for  he  was  educated  as  a  Puritan, 
and  died  under  suspicion  of  favouring  the  designs  of  the  King 
to  restore  Romanism  :  also  of  A  History  of  His  Own  Time,  first 
published  in  1727. 


222  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1657 

Henry  O'Brien,  ffl.  Mich.  Term  1657  (comitis  fil.).  C.fH. 
received  as  $.<&.  22  Oct.  1657,  restored  9  Feb.  1658. 

Son  of  Henry,  Earl  of  Thomond,  born  about  1642.  Henry, 
Lord  Ibrackan,  was  M.P.  for  Clare  1661,  married  in  1664  Lady 
Catherine  Stuart,  sister  of  Charles,  Duke  of  Richmond  and 
Lennox,  and  in  her  own  right  Baroness  Clifton  ;  died  (vita 
patris)  1678.  His  father's  second  wife  was  Sarah,  daughter  of 
Sir  Francis  Russell  of  Chippenham.  Donor  of  Plate  to  the 
College. 

Samuel  Conduit.  fH.  Hil.  Term  1657  (serviens).  (£M. 
received  as  Servitor  23  April,  1658,  restored  29  March, 
1660.  B.A.  (Lincoln)  18  June,  1661.  He  died  7  Sept, 
1662  (Line.  MS.). 

Thomas  Chafe.  ilH.  Hil.  Term  1657  (arm.  fil.).  £.JH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  8  March,  1657,  taken  up  for  Battels  by 
Bursar  Ironside. 

Son  of  Thomas  Chafe  of  Sherborne  by  a  daughter  of  Sir 
Thomas  Malet  of  St.  Audrie's  and  Poyntington  :  he  became  a 
Barrister,  and  married  Susanna  Molyns,  heiress  of  West  Hall, 
near  Sherborne. 

Nathaniel  Estcott.  m.  Hil.  Term  1657  (pleb.  fil.).  <&M. 
received  apparently  as  13.  20  Feb.  1657.  Admitted  g>. 
23  Sept.  1659,  aged  18,  of  Beaverston,  Glouc.  B.A. 
(Escot)  14  Dec.  1661.  M.A.  5  July,  1664.  Admitted 
Jf.  6  July,  1664  (there  is  no  record  of  his  election  as 
$.  in  1663).  He  was  elected  Sab-Dean  1662 ;  Librarian 
1664.  On  14  Jan.  16-f-J,  he  was  removed  from  his  JF. 
in  virtue  of  the  decree  of  1626,  "de  absentia  Sociorum." 

George  Fletcher,  fft.  Hil.  Term  1657  (gen.  fil.).  C.ffl. 
received  15  March,  1657.  Admitted  &.  29  Sept.  1660, 
aged  19,  of  Stroud water,  Glouc.  B.A.  14  Dec.  1661. 
M.A.  5  July,  1664.  Admitted  dF.  2  July,  1666.  Elected 
Sub-Dean  1664  ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1666,  1669, 
1673 ;  Humanity  Lecturer  1667 ;  Catechist  1671 ;  Dean 
1672,  1676;  Librarian  1674.  On  8  Jan.  1676,  Short- 
grave  was  elected  Dean  in  consequence  of  George 
Fletcher's  death.  Master  of  the  Schools  1673.  He 


1657-58.]  WARDEN     W  ILK  INS.  228 

succeeded  Nicholas  Lloyd  (see  1653),  as  Rector  of  St. 
Martin's,  Carfax,  in  1670,  and  dying  on  6  Jan.  16jf, 
"  sepulturam  accepit  in  Capella  sub  muro  boreali  pone 
ostium." 

John  Parker,  jm.  Hil.  Term  1657  (serviens).  (I.ffl.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  17  Nov.  1657,  taken  up  for  Battels  by 
Bursar  Estcott. 

William  Clarke.  |H.  Hil.  Term  1657  (arm.  fil).  KM.  re- 
ceived as  (£.  5  Aug.  1657,  restored  by  Bursar  Ironside. 
B.A.  28  Feb.  16ff. 

Richard  Bonett.  JR.  Hil.  Term  1657  (arm.  fil.).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived probably  as  Jf.Gt.  13  June,  1656,  taken  up  for 
Battels  2  July,  1661. 


David  Lawrence,  dr.fft.  received  as  $$.  4  Nov.  1657,  re- 
stored 29  April,  1661.  Ooe  David  Lawrence  graduated 
B.A.  of  Lincoln  14  May,  1661 :  who  flj.  at  New  Inn  Hall 
27  Oct.  1657. 

Francis  Hodson.  (EJK.  received  as  (ft.  11  Dec.  1657,  re- 
stored 16  Dec.  1658.  One  Francis  Hodson  graduated 
B.A.  of  Oriel  23  Nov.  1664. 


John  Stevenson.     B.A.  (Wadham)  14  May,  1657. 


1658. 

Edward  Dackombe.  JH.  21  March,  16|f  (gen.  fil.).  Ad- 
mitted £).  26  Feb.  16ff  of  "castro  de  Corffe,"  Dorset, 
aged  17.  BA.  28  June,  1662.  Elected  ^.  30  June, 
1662 :  there  is  no  notice  of  the  election  in  1663,  but  on 
30  June,  1664  it  was  ordered  that  Dackcombe  should 
remain  :JjJ.  for  another  six  months ;  and  again  on  6  Dec. 
1664  his  admission  was  postponed  till  30  June,  in  which 


224  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1658. 

interval  he  probably  resigned,  as  he  was  never  admitted 
to  his  jf. 

Son  and  heir  of  Bruen  Dackham  of  Corfe  Castle,  living  1682. 
(Hntchins,  I.  510). 

One  of  the  same  name  who  fH.  19  Feb.  16f  f,  was  probably 
his  son  :  if  so  he  is  described  there  as  "  generosus "  of  Cork 
(i.e.  Corfe)  Castle  in  the  Isle  of  Purbeck. 

John  Mayow.  £H.  (Mayouwe)  2  July,  1658  (pleb.  fil.). 
CJft.  received  as  <£.  3  April,  1658,  taken  up  for  Battels 
by  Bursar  Ironside  1660  or  1662.  Admitted  5>.  23  Sept. 
1659,  of  Bree,  Cornwall,  aged  17.  LdF.  of  All  Souls,' 
(Mayo),  1660.  B.C.L.  30  May,  1665.  D.C.L.  5  July, 
1670. 

He  however  studied  Physic,  and  was  the  author  of  sundry 
Medical  Tracts.  He  died  Sept.  1679,  and  was  buried  in 
St.  Paul's,  Covent  Garden.  (Wood,  Ath.  III.  1199).  Probably 
brother  of  Philip  Mayow  (see  8  Dec.  1658). 

William  Adams.  Jft.  2  July,  1658  (min.  fil.).  €M.  re- 
ceived as  <£.  28  Jan.  16ff ,  repaid  by  Bursar  Floyd  1661. 
B.A.  28  May,  1661.  M.A.  (Lincoln)  16  March,  166f. 
On  13  Dec.  1662,  William  Adams  (B.A.  Wadham)  born 
in  the  diocese  of  Lincoln,  and  John  a  Court  (B.A.  Lincoln) 
of  the  diocese  of  Wells,  were  elected  into  jF/s  of 
Lincoln  College.  The  Election  was  appealed  against  by 
John  Robinson  and  Henry  Foulis,  jF.s,  and  Christopher 
Pike,  M.A.  of  Lincoln,  who  claimed  the  Election.  On 
26  Dec.  the  Bishop  of  Lincoln  (Robert  Sanderson) 
ordered  the  Rector  (Paul  Hood)  not  to  admit  Adams, 
and  a  Court,  pendente  lite,  but  this  prohibition  arrived 
too  late,  because  on  29  Dec.  1662,  Hood  had  admitted 
them.  On  10  Jan.  166f ,  the  Bishop,  being  ill,  withdrew 
the  prohibition  against  a  Court,  and  constituted  Baily, 
President  of  St.  John's,  Pierce,  President  of  Magdalen, 
and  Fell,  Dean  of  Christ  Church,  a  Commission  to 
decide  in  the  dispute  about  Adam's  Jf.,  enjoining  them 
to  see  "  that  the  parish  of  Rotherham,  Yorks,  had  no 
hurt :  "  this  phrase  renders  it  probable  that  the  dispute 
was  about  whether  the  JF.  should  be  filled  up  from  York 
or  Lincoln  diocese.  The  Commissioners  must  have  de- 


1658.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  225 

cided  for  Adams,  because  he  continued  on  the  books  till 
1666.  On  2  Aug.  1666,  orders  are  made  about  two 
vacant  jF.s,  of  which  Adams's  must  be  one.  It  is  not 
stated  whether  the  vacancy  arose  by  resignation  or 
death. 

Andrew  Davies.  ffi.  2  July,  1658  (pleb.  fil).  (JTJH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  23  June,  1658,  restored  21  Nov.  by  Bursar 
Chase  1663.  B.A.  (Davye)  16  April,  1662. 


Anthony  Percivall.     fSL.  2  July,  1658  (pleb.  fil.). 

received  as  (ft.  3  April,  1658,  restored  by  Bursar  Floyd 
1661.  B.A.  (Alban  Hall)  7  Dec.  1661.  M.A.  (Ail  Souls) 
30  May,  1665.  Jf.  of  All  Souls  1661. 

Henry  Heaven.  ilH.  2  July,  1658  (serviens).  <£,JH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  23  March,  16f|-,  restored  by  Bursar 
Ball  1659,  when  he  was  admitted  Servitor  of  Trinity, 
after  two  years  at  Wadham.  B.A.  (Trinity)  22  March, 
1661. 

Possibly  the  schoolmaster  of  Tetbury  mentioned  by  Wood, 

Ath.  IV.  119. 

Conn  Hodges.  fH.  2  July,  1658  (serviens).  C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  28  July,  1658,  restored  31  Oct.  by  Bursar 
Bury  1660.  B.A.  (Magd.  Hall)  7  Feb.  1661. 

Thomas  Popejoy.  fH.  2  July,  1658  (serviens).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  19  Feb.  16f|-,  taken  up  for  Battels 
8  July,  1669.  B.A.  16  Nov.  1661. 

James  Gittoes.  fH.  2  July,  1658  (serviens).  C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  21  March,  16ff,  taken  up  for  Battels 
23  April,  1669.  B.A.  (Gittos)  7  Feb.  1661.  M.A. 
16  Nov.  1664. 

Walter  Earle.  fH.  2  July,  1658  (arm.  fil.).  <£JH.  received 
as  (ft.  10  June,  1658,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Turges 
21  NJVT.  ?  1353. 


John  Garland.     fft.  31  July,  1658   (arm.  fil.).     &M.  re- 
ceived as  df.OL  10  July,  1658. 

Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

Q 


226  WARDEN     WILKINS.  [1658. 

John  Walrond.  JK.  31  July,  1658  (gen.  fil).  C.fH,  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  12  July,  1658,  restored  by  Bursar  Ironside 
1660  or  1662. 

Edward  Burbey.  »  31  July,  1658  (gen.  fil.).  ODJH.'  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  (Burbye)  26  July,  1658,  paid  over  by 
Bursar  Ironside  25  April  1660  or  1662. 

George  Walton.  JH.  31  July,  1658  (arm.  fil.).  (JLffiL  re- 
ceived as  dF.(ft.  18  June,  1658,  taken  up  for  Battels  by 
Bursar  Estcott  1661. 


George  Karver  (Karrer).  $&.  31  July,  1658  (arm.  fil.). 
ODJH.  received  as  Jf.<&.  (Carver)  14  July,  1658,  paid 
over  by  Bursar  Floyd  10  Dec.  1661  (Karvar). 

Henry  Bode.  JH.  31  July,  1658  (serviens).  (£.fft.  received 
as  Servitor  (Boade)  22  June,  1658,  paid  over  18  July, 
1659. 


Zachary  Cudmore.     fH.  31  July,  1658  (gen.  fil.). 

received   as   (ft.    21  March,   16||-,   restored  by  Bursar 

Floyd. 

Brother  of  Daniel  Cudmore  1657  :  evidently  one  of  the 
Cudmores  of  Loxbeare,  Devon  ;  where  one  Zachary  Cudmore 
was  buried  1657. 

Edward  Lake.  |5L  as  Andrew  Lake  31  July,  1658  (min. 
fil.).  &M.  received  as  (ft.  19  July,  1658,  taken  up  for 
Battels  2  July,  1661.  Admitted  &.  23  Sept.  1659 
of  Exeter,  Devon,  aged  17. 

Philip  Mayow.  |H.  8  Dec.  1658  (plebeius).  (E.fH.  received 
(ft.  3  April,  1658,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar 
Estcott. 

Probably  brother  of  John  Mayow,  see  2  July,  1658,  as  Philip 

is  a  name  among  the  Mayows  of  Bree. 

William  Serch.  M.  8  Dec.  1658  (plebeius).  ODJH.  as  3$. 
(Sarche)  21  Oct.  1658,  taken  up  for  Battels  31  July, 


1658.]  WARDEN     WILKINS.  227 

1661,  replaced  2  June,  1663,  restored  again  1  July  by 
Bursar  Floyd  ?  1663.  One  William  Serch  graduated 
B.A.  (New  Inn  Hall)  7  July,  1664. 

Thomas  Hodge.  fH.  8  Dec.  1658  (serviens).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  3  Nov.  1658,  taken  up  for  Battels 
3  July,  1661,  replaced  22  Oct.  1661,  restored  2  July, 
1669.  B.A.  31  Oct.  1663.  M.A.  3  July,  1666. 

Brother  of  Alexander  Hodge,  £.  1648. 

John  Oglander.  fH.  8  Dec.  1658  (arm.  fil.).  <&M.  received 
probably  as  JfM.  14  Oct.  1658,  taken  up  for  Battels 
24  March,  1668. 

Another  John  Oglander  _pt.  1650,  whom  see. 


Christopher  Beard.     fft.  8  Dec.  1658  (generosus). 

received  as  <£.  (Bard)  14  July,  1658,  restored  by  Bursar 
Ironside. 

William  Hilary.  jJH.  8  Dec.  1658  (plebeius).  CJflL  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  14  Nov.  1655,  taken  up  for  Battels  8  July, 
1669.  B.A.  15  Dec.  1660. 

Younger  brother  of  John  Hilary  1640. 
Thomas  Creed.     fH.  8  Dec.  1658  (serviens). 

William  Stephens.  fH.  21  March,  16|f  (gen.  fil.).  E.ffl. 
received  as  (ft.  8  March,  1658,  handed  over  by  Bursar 
Ironside  to  one  Christopher  Handsett. 

Hugh  Trevelian.     £H.  22  March,  1658  (arm.  fil.).     OT.ffl. 

received  as  JF.^IL  1  March,  1658,  taken  up  for  Battels 

17  Aug.  1674. 

Evidently  one  of  the  Trevelians  of  Yarnscoinbe,  Devon,  in 
which  family  the  name  Hugh  was  hereditary. 


Thomas  Eastcourt.     fH.  22  March,  16-ff  (arm.  fil.). 

received  as  JF.OL  26  Jan.  16|f,  restored  3  Aug.  1660. 


Richard  Martin,     ffl.  22  March,  16^  (doctoris  fil.). 

Probably  son  of  Dr.  Joseph  Martin  1621. 

Q  2 


228  WARDEN    WILKINS.  [1659. 


1659. 

Henry  Dawley.  ffi.  28  April,  1659  (arm.  fil.).  <&.m.  re- 
ceived as  ?  Jf.Ql.  13  April,  1659,  restored  by  Bursar 
Floyd  16  July  ?  1661. 

William  Noel.  fH.  28  April,  1659  (arm.  fil.).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  ?  JfM.  15  April,  1659,  restored  30  Oct. 
1660. 


William  Thornton,      ffi.  28  April,  1659  (plebeius). 

received  as  3i3.  4  May,  1659.  Admitted  &.  29  Sept.  1660. 
of  Milborne,  Somerset,  aged  18.  B.A.  12  March,  1662, 
M.A.  15  Feb.  1665.  Admitted  $.  1  July,  1667. 
Elected  Sub-Dean  1665;  Humanity  Lecturer  1668, 
1669;  Dean  1670;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1671; 
Bursar  1673,  1675,  1678,  1681,  1685  ;  Catechist  1674, 
1680  ;  Sub-Warden  1676,  1679  ;  Librarian  1677.  Wood  in 
his  MS.  says  that  he  was  Vicar  of  Southrop.  Principal 
of  Hart  Hall  1688-1707. 

He  died  25  Sept.  1707,  "  and  left  behind  him  the  character  of 
a  learned  Divine,  and  a  man  of  very  great  probity  and  in- 
tegrity," says  Hearne,  to  whom  Hickes  writes,  "he  hath  not 
left  a  more  learned  or  orthodox  divine  behind  him.  He  knew 
the  primitive  divinity  of  the  first  four  centuries,  and  judged 
all  other  writers  since  the  Reformation  by  them."  Hearne 
adds,  "'tis  said  he  was  the  author  of  a  Vindication  of  the 
Twenty-third  Article  of  the  Church  of  England  from  a  late 
Exposition  ascribed  to  my  Lord  Bishop  »of  Sarum,  London, 
1702." 

Robert  Ridler.  JH.28  April,  1659  (plebeius).  OCJtt.  received 
as  OL  28  June,  1659,  taken  up  for  Battels  28  Jan.  1660. 
He  died  in  College,  and  was  interred  in  the  College 
Chapel  13  Nov.  1660.  (Wood's  MS.  writes  the  name 
Redloe.) 

Richard  Bacon.  fH.  28  April,  1659  (serviens).  C.JH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  8  June,  1659,  restored  6  May,  1661. 
B.A.  28  June,  1662. 


1659.]  WARDEN    WILKINS.  229 

Robert  Smith,  ffl.  13  July,  1659  (gen.  fil.).  C.fH.  received 
as  OL  13  March,  16f£,  restored  10  June,  1669.  B.A. 
2  May,  1663.  M.A.  13  March,  1665.  M.B.  25  May, 
1669.  M.D.  1  July,  1684. 

At  Hawkchurch,  Dorset,  is  the  following  monument.  "  To  the 
dear  memory  of  Robert  Smith,  Doctor  of  Physic,  late  of  Wadham 
College  in  Oxford,  and  by  his  Will  a  generous  benefactor  to  it, 
who  departed  this  life  the  29th  day  of  June,  1694,  in  the  52nd 
year  of  his  age.  Elizabeth  his  disconsolate  widow  erected  this 
monument."  His  benefactions  to  the  College  were  to  take 
effect  after  the  death  of  his  wife  (whose  will  is  dated  1702> 
He  left  money  to  augment  the  Wardenship,  and  .£10  to  each 
Chaplain  yearly,  and  .£10  between  the  four  Moderators  ;  charge- 
able on  his  estate  at  Wambrook,  near  Chard,  Dorset.  On  the 
East  Wall  of  the  Fellows'  Garden  is  the  following  inscription  : 

Robertas  Smyth,  M.D. 

Et  Praetor  Civitatis  Wellensis 

In  Agro  Somerset : 

Pro  benevolo  suo 

In  Collegium  Wadhami  animo 

Hunc  murum  propriis 

Sumptibus  struxit 

MDCLXXXV. 

In  1853  the  nett  value  of  his  benefaction  was  £100  a  year. 


icis  Chaldicot.     M.  19  July,  1659  (arm.  fil.). 
received  as  Jf.Qt.  1  Aug.  1659,  and  repaid  by  Bursar 
Floyd. 

Apparently  son  of  William  Chaldicott  of  Shaftesbury.     (Hut- 

chins,  I.  591.) 


pilliam  Webber.  JH.  19  July,  1659  (min.  fil.).  <£.»  re- 
ceived 18  Nov.  1659.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  5  May,  1663. 
M.A.  31  May,  1666. 


War&en  Blan&forb. 

William  Morgan.  M.  25  Oct.  1659  (plebeius).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  13  Feb.  1659,  restored  by  Bursar 
Estcott  29  June  ?  1661. 

Thomas  Wood.  iH.  25  Oct.  1659  (arm.  fil).  CJtt.  re- 
ceived as  JF.®.  8  Aug.  1659,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury 
14  Oct.  ?  1662. 

William  Boswil.  IE.  25  Oct.  1659  (gen.  fil.).  ODJK.  re- 
ceived as  <£*  8  Aug.  1659,  restored  by  Bursar  Floyd. 

Robert  Russell,     m.  2  Dec.  1659  (Baronetti  fil.). 

Probably  the  same  as  Robert  Russell  16ff,  who  graduated 
M.A.  by  accumulation  in  1659. 


Henry  Russell.     Jf.<&.  29  Oct.  1659. 

The  first  JF.C.  entered  by  Warden  Blandford  when  the  entries 
are  resumed  in  the  Registrum  after  his  election. 


John  Hayne.     &.JH.  received  as  <£.  21  July,  1659,  restored 
by  Bursar  Bury. 


Stephen  Rose.     B.A.  (Wadham)  17  Dec.  1659. 


166O. 

Nathaniel  Salter.  Admitted  g>.  29  Sept.  1660,  of  Coombe 
Caines,  Dorset,  aged  19.  ffi.  (Christ  Church)  31  July, 
1658  (gen.  fil.).  B.A.  14  Dec.  1661.  M.A.  5  July,  1664. 
Admitted  $.  2  July,  1666.  Elected  Sub-Dean  1663 ; 
Humanity  Lecturer  1666 ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy 


1060.] 


WARDEN     BLANDFORD. 


231 


1667;  Dean  1669  ;  Catechist  1670;  Sub-Warden  1673; 
Proctor  9  April,  1673,  when  Wood  mentions  that  there 
was  much  rudeness  on  the  Proctors  taking  their  places, 
the  freshmen  and  undergraduates  scrambling  for  biscuits 
in  Hall,  &c. 


Thomas  Windham.  Jf.<&.  18  Jan.  16f£  .  fH.  (Wyndham) 
11  April,  1660  (arm.  fiL).  &M.  received  as  JF.4L 
30  Aug.  1660,  given  for  the  use  of  the  Library  instead 
of  a  piece  of  plate  6  Sept.  1664.  Thomas  Windham 
was  created  M.A.  28  Sept.  1663,  on  the  occasion  of  the 
visit  of  the  Duke  of  Monmouth. 

Thomas  Windham  (afterwards  of  Witham)  son  of  John 
Wyndham  of  Orchard,  and  brother  of  Hopton  Windham 
1655,  and  George  Windham  1661,  died  16  Dec.  1689,  buried  at 
Witham  Friary,  Somerset. 

James  Robins.  JfM.  18  Jan.  16ff.  fffiL  6  June,  1660 
(arm.  fil.).  &JH.  received  2  March,  1659,  restored 
22  Oct.  1663. 


. 


Lord  Rochester  (John  Wilmot).     Jf.<&. 

£BL  (Johannes,  Comes  Roffensis)  11  Dec.  1660. 
received  1  March,  1659,  restored  (to  the  receipt  of  John 
Gary)  23  Jan.  1661.  He  was  created  M.A.  9  Sept.  1661, 
being  aged  (says  Wood)  about  14.  He  presented  to  the 
College  four  silver  pint  cups  inscribed,  "  Hoc  cum 
tribus  aliis  D.D.  Johannes  Comes  Roffensis  1662." 

John  Wilmot  was  born  at  Dichley,  near  Woodstock,  April, 
1648.  He  succeeded  his  father  as  Earl  of  Rochester  and  Baron 
Wilmot  of  Adderbury,  and  Viscount  Wilmot  in  Ireland  1659. 
After  a  notorious  career  of  profligacy  he  died  26  July,  1680. 
An  account  of  his  repentance  was  written  by  Gilbert  Burnet, 
afterwards  Bishop  of  Salisbury,  and  his  funeral  sermon  was 
preached  by  Robert  Parsons:  and  there  is  an  ode  to  the 
memory  of  John  Lord  Wilmot,  Earl  of  Rochester,  by  S.  W. 
(Samuel  Woodforde  1654)  in  MS.  in  the  Bodleian.  (Wood, 
Ath.  III.  1223.) 

Lord  Rochester  was  the  author  of  numerous  poems,  &c. 
(Wood,  Ath.  III.  1228.) 


232  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1660. 

Robert  Mellor.  JfM.  26  March,  1660.  M.  11  April, 
1660  (arm.  fil).  &M.  received  16  April  1663,  restored 
11  Aug.  1662. 

Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

Robert  Markham.  Jf.<&.  16  May,  1660.  m.  6  June, 
1660  (Baronetti  fil.).  CJK.  received  16  May,  1660,  re- 
stored 29  July  by  Bursar  Estcott  1661.  On  30  Oct. 
1660,  he  paid  for  the  First  Middle  Chamber  from  the 
Chapel. 

Son  of  Sir  Robert  Markham  (see  1618),  first  Baronet  of  Sedge- 
brook,  Line. :  succeeded  his  father  in  1667,  and  married  Mary, 
daughter  and  coheiress  of  Sir  Thomas  Widdrington  of  Sher- 
borne  Grange,  Northumberland  :  died  11  Aug.  1690  ;  but  in 
Markham's  History  of  the  Markhams,  his  daughter  Ursula 
says  that  he  died  27  Oct.  1690. 

Mountague  Cholmely.    JfM.  16  May,  1660.    M.  6  June, 
1660  (arm.  fil.).     C.Jft.  received  16  May,  1660,  restored 
by  Bursar  Estcott,  11  July,  1661.      On  30  Oct.  1660,  he 
paid  for  the  First  Middle  Chamber  from  the  Chapel. 
He  was  eldest  son  of  Mountague  Cholmely  of  Easton,  Line., 
who  had  a  warrant  for  the  dignity  of  Baronet,  16  July,  1642, 
but  the  patent  never  passed  the  Great  Seal :  died  5  March,  1700, 
and  is  buried  at  Stoke  Rochford  (Turnois  Grantham).     Donor 
of  Plate  to  the  College. 

Thomas  Strangewayes.  JfM.  22  May,  1660.  m.  6  June, 
1660  (arm.  fil.).  <&M.  received  30  May,  1660,  restored 
by  Bursar  Bury.  He  occupied  the  Fourth  South  Middle 
Chamber  from  the  Gate,  11  Aug.  1663. 

Son  of  Sir  Giles  Strangewayes,  see  1629,  born  1643;  knight 
of  the  Shire  for  the  County  of  Dorset,  from  31  Car.  II.,  till  his 
death  in  1713  ;  buried  at  Melbury.  He  is  called  Colonel  in 
the  Parish  Kegister. 

Wadham   Strangewayes.       Jf.<&.   22   May,   1660.      fH. 

6  June,  1660  (arm.  fil.).     C.fBL  received  30  May,  1660, 

restored   by   Bursar   Bury.      He   occupied   the   Fourth 

South  Middle  Chamber  from  the  Gate  11  Aug.  1663. 

He  was  fourth  son  of  Sir  Giles  Strangewayes,  and  was  killed 

at  Bridport,  in  Monmouth's  Rebellion  1685.    He  died  sp.,  and 


1660.]  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  233 

was  buried  at  Stinsford.  He  married  Elizabeth,  daughter  and 
coheiress  of  Arthur  Radford  of  Dulish,  Dorset,  who  died 
14  Sept.  1683,  aged  30,  and  is  buried  at  Stinsford.  His  monu- 
ment is  as  follows  : 

"  Here  lyeth  the  body  of  Wadham  Strangewayes,  the  fourth 
son  of  Colonel  Giles  Strangewayes,  late  of  Melbury  Sampford, 
in  the  County  of  Dorset,  who  was  killed  at  Bridport  in  the 
said  County  15  day  of  June,  1685,  in  his  Majesty's  service, 
against  the  Duke  of  Monmouth's  Rebellion,  setatis  SUSB  39." 

An  account  of  his  death  is  given  in  a  letter  from  Thomas 
Chafin  to  his  wife,  dated  15  June,  1685.  He  also  was  in  arms  for 
the  King,  and  writes  from  Dorchester,  "  I  am  very  well  soe  far 
on  my  journey,  but  mett  with  bad  news  here  of  my  cos. 
Waddham  Strangways  being  barbarously  killed  by  the  rebells 
yesterday  morning.  .  .  My  cos.  Strangways  killed  as  he  was 
takeing  horse.  .  .  It  seems  the  rougues  in  Birtport  had  com- 
munication with  them  at  Lyme,  which  was  the  cause  of  the 
surprize  on  cos.  Strangways  and  the  rest."  (Hutchins,  III.  566.) 

Nicholas  Sprey.  dF.OL  5  June,  1660.  fH.  6  June,  1660 
(gen.  fil.).  He  lived  in  the  Third  Middle  Chamber  from 
the  Hall,  which  he  appears  to  have  vacated  23  July, 
1661. 

Probably  son  of  Nicholas  Sprey  of  Trevennick  in  St.  Kew, 
Cornwall,  born  at  St.  Germans  1642,  buried  1673.  (Maclean's, 
Trigg  Minor,  I.,  294.) 

John   Every.      dF.OL  1  July,  1660.      M.  16  July,  1661 

(armiger  fil.  Johannis  Every  de  Glandvil  Wotton  in  Com. 
Dorcestr.   gen,  set.   17).     He  gave  £15  to  the  Library 
(Gutch).     John  Evory  was  created  M.A.  at  the  visit  of 
the  Duke  of  Monmouth  28  Sept.  1663. 
Died  1679  s.p.     (Hutchins,  II.,  264.) 

Gilbert  Hare.     JfM.  13  July,  1660. 

Thomas  Geers-    $&.  13  July,  1660.    ffl.  22  March,  16f  ? 

(fil.  Thomse  Geers  de  Bridg.  Hereford  gen.  aet.  18). 

William  Fisher.    Jf.<&.  30  July,  1660.    M.  22  March,  16f a 


234  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1660. 

(til.  Francisci  Fisher  de  Threckingham,  Lincoln,  gen.  set. 
17).  C.fH.  received  14  Aug.  1660,  restored  25  April,  1662. 
Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

Robert  Poster.  JfM.  1  Aug.  1660.  |H.  22  March,  16f ?- 
(fil.  Thomaa  Foster  de  Fosters,  Surr  :  arm.  set.  17).  C.fH. 
received  2  Aug.  1660,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury  14  Oct. 
?  1662. 

Kobert  Foster,  aged  20,  died  before  his  father,  who  died  in 
1685  ;  brother  of  Thomas  Foster  1664.  Donor  of  Plate  to  the 
College. 

Mr.  George  Penruddock.     $.<&.  31  Jan.  16f°. 

Probably  third  son  of  Colonel  John  Penruddock,  who  was 
executed  in  1655. 


John  Hoskins.  OL  29  Feb.  16£f.  M.  11  April,  1660  (gen. 
fil.).  &.fH.  received  6  March,  1659,  restored  by  Bursar 
Floyd  1661  or  1663.  B.A.  (Alban  Hall)  15  Dec.  1663. 

William  Harrison,  (ft.  29  Feb.  16ff.  m.  11  April,  1660 
(gen.  fil.).  <£.fH.  received  15  March,  16ff,  restored  by 
Bursar  Floyd.  Admitted  g>.  27  Sept.  1661,  of  Hurst, 
Berks,  aged  17.  B.A.  (Harison)  28  June,  1664.  M.A. 
2  May,  1667.  Admitted  Jf.  1  July,  1667.  Elected 
Sub-Dean  1666  ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1668 ; 
Humanity  Lecturer  1670.  He  occupied  the  Third 
Middle  Chamber  from  the  Hall,  17  Jan.  1666. 

Wood  calls  him  "  equitis  aurati  fil."  He  was  probably,  therefore 
the  son  of  Sir  Richard  Harrison  of  Hurst,  a  staunch  cavalier. 
He  also  says  that  he  resigned  his  JF.  in  1671,  and  was  sub- 
sequently Preb.  of  Lincoln.,  and  Master  of  St.  Cross  by 
Winchester  22  Feb.  1675,  and  Preb.  of  Winchester  3  Nov.  1681. 
He  died  7  Aug.  1694.  (Wood,  Fasti,  II.  298.) 

Thomas  Harris.  4L  13  April,  1660.  m.  6  June,  1660 
(gen.  fil.).  (I.fH.  received  13  April,  1660,  restored  by 
Bursar  Bury. 

Probably  Thomas  Harris  who  married  Joan,  daughter  of  Sir 
Wadham  Wyndham,  and  whose  death  is  recorded  on  the  Harris 
monument  in  Salisbury  Cathedral,  as  occurring  in  1678,  aged 
36  :  he  was  father  of  James  Harris  1691. 


1660.] 


WARDEN     BLANDFORD. 


John  Bowyer.  OL  8  May,  1660.  fft.  6  June,  1660  (equitis 
fil.  natu  minor).  C.fH.  received  9  May,  1660,  restored 
by  Bursar  Chase  15  Jan.  1663.  B.C.L.  (All  Souls) 
9  April,  1668,  where  he  had  been  elected  Jf.  in  1663. 

Probably  son  of  Sir  Edmund  Bowyer  of  Camberwell,  Surrey, 
knight  :  died  s.p.     (Manning  and  Bray,  III.  409.) 

Robert  Rochester,  (ft.  8  May,  1660.  fft.  6  June,  1660 
(gen.  fil.).  C.fft.  received  9  May,  1660,  restored  by 
Bursar  Bury. 

Edward  Bromitch.     OL  23  June,  1660. 

Stephen  Robins.  OL  9  July,  1660.  £H.  26  Oct.  1660  (gen. 
fil.).  &M.  received  23  July,  1660,  restored  by  Bursar 
Bury  30  Sept.  ?  1662,  replaced  28  April,  1663,  taken  up 
for  Battels  by  Bursar  Floyd  13  July,  probably  1664. 

William  Smith.  OL  9  July,  1660.  fH.  26  Oct.  1660  (pleb. 
fil.).  C.ilH.  received  23  July,  1660,  restored  by  Bursar 
Bury.  Admitted  g>.  27  Sept.  1662  of  Ilton,  Somerset, 
aged  18.  B.A.  2  March,  1664. 


OL   17  July,  1660.     m.  26  Oct.  1660 
received    13   Aug.    1660,    restored 


William  Basset. 

(pleb.   fil.). 
30  Aug.  1661. 

Probably  identical  with  William  Basset  ;  Demy  of  Magdalen 
1661—1667.  B.A.  30  April,  1664.  M.A.  7  March,  1666. 
Rector  of  Brinklow,  Warwick,  17  June,  1671  ;  of  St.  Swithin, 
London,  18  July,  1683  ;  died  1696.  Wood  says  that  he  was 
son  of  Thomas  Basset,  minister  of  Great  Harborough,  Warwick  ; 
but  says  that  he  ift.  at  Magdalen  Hall  1660,  aged  16.  Author 
of  several  sermons.  (Wood,  Ath.  IV.  779.)  Donor  of  Plate  to 
the  College. 

John  Pranklyn.  <ft.  28  Sept.  1660.  M.  26  Oct.  1660 
(gen.  fil.).  CJH.  received  28  Sept.  1660,  restored  by 
Bursar  Bury. 

John  Fisher.  <£.  13  Oct.  1660.  m.  26  Oct.  1660  (pleb. 
fil.).  C.fH.  received  13  Oct.  1660,  restored  by  Bursar 
Bury  28  Oct. 


236  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1660. 

Robert  Vaughan.  OL  13  Oct.  1660.  m.  26  Oct.  1660 
(pleb.  fil.).  (E.fft.  received  13  Oct.  1660,  restored 
31  Aug.  1661. 

Gerard  Wood.  OL  22  Oct.  1660.  HE.  14  Dec.  1660  (fil. 
Rogeri  Wood,  Dorcestr.  set.  17).  (£JH.  received  22  Oct. 
1660,  restored  by  Bursar  Floyd,  2  July. 

Anthony  Saunders.  (ft.  30  Oct.  1660.  HH.  26  Oct.  1660 
(min.  fil.).  Admitted  S>,  27  Sept.  1661  of  Pangborne, 
Berks,  aged  17.  Admitted  Student  of  Christ  Church 
30  June,  1663.  B.A.  (Christ  Church)  16  June,  1664. 
M.A.  21  May,  1667.  B.D.  by  diploma  from  the  Arch- 
bishop of  Canterbury  22  Oct.  1672.  D.D.  3  July,  1677. 

Chancellor  of  St.  Paul's,  London,  30  Oct.  1672,  and  Rector  of 
Acton,  Middlesex,  23  Aug.  1677.  The  Chancellorship  was 
vacant  in  Jan.  17|§. 

Thomas  Robins,  (ft.  7  Nov.  1660.  M.  16  July,  1661  (fil. 
Thomse  Robins  de  Hilmorton,  Warwic.  pleb.  set.  19). 
&M.  received  7  Nov.  1660,  taken  up  for  Battels  8  July, 
1669.  B.A.  26  April,  1664. 

Thomas  Gale.  (ft.  20  Jan.  16ff  M.  22  March,  16fJ  (fil. 
Rogeri  Gale  de  Taunton,  Somerset,  pleb,  set.  15). 

Nathaniel  Bard.  OL  1  March,  16ff  M.  12  July,  1661 
(fil.  Maximi  Bard  de  London,  gen.  set.  17).  B.A. 
26  April,  1664. 

Thomas  Mayhew.  OL  15  March,  16ff  fH.  10  May, 
1661  (fil.  Thomas  Mayhew  de  Londin,  pleb.  set.  17). 
Admitted  &.  27  Sept.  1661  of  St.  Dunstan's  in  the 
West,  London,  aged  17.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel 
9  Jan.  16ff ;  but  Gutch  says  that  the  stone  marked 
T.  M.  stands  for  Thomas  Mathew. 

Peter  Spoure.  OL  17  March,  16ff  flflU  22  March,  16ff 
(fil.  Henrici  Spoure  de  Trebagh,  Cornwall,  gen.  set.  18). 


1660.] 


WARDEN     BLANDFORD. 


237 


John  Watkins.  IS.  9  March,  ?  16ff.  fH.  11  April,  1660 
(plebeius).  (£JH.  received  13  March,  1659,  taken  up 
for  Battels  by  Bursar  Floyd.  B.A.  23  July,  1663. 


Robert  Clarke.  fH.  11  April,  1660  (arm.  fil.).  £.fH.  re- 
ceived as  OL  18  Nov.  1659,  taken  up  for  Battels  28  July, 
1669.  B.A.  19  June,  1663.  M.A.  2  July,  1667. 

Hugh  Berryman.  fH.  11  April,  1660  (serviens).  C.fH, 
received  as  Servitor  17  March,  16|-§-,  restored  17  Aug. 
1661.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  17  Nov.  1663.  M.A.  5  July, 
1666. 

Gera  (sic)  Blyth.  fH.  11  April,  1660  (serviens).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  17  March,  16|f,  restored  28  March, 
1661. 

William  Bampfield.  fH.  11  April,  1660  (serviens).  (E.fH. 
received  as  Servitor  18  Nov.  1659,  taken  up  for  Battels 
14  July,  1666,  by  Bursar  Floyd.  B.A.  31  Oct.  1663. 

William  Moore.  fH.  6  June,  1660  (serviens).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  30  Aug.  1660,  restored  15  July  by 
Bursar  Floyd. 

In  the  Register  of  Magdalene  College,  Cambridge,  is  the  fol- 
lowing entry:  "June  7,  1665,  Gulielmus  Moore  fil.  Gulielmi 
Moore  de  Newstead  in  Com.  Nott.  admissus  est  pensionarius 
qui  prius  Coll.  Wadh.  apud  Oxonienses  admissus  erat  alumnus." 
He  graduated  B.A.  1665.  M.A.  1669. 

Edward  Storer.  fH.  6  June,  1660  (serviens).  OD.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  16  May,  1660. 

Possibly  Edward  Store,  B.A.  (Alban  Hall)  30  April,  1664. 

William  Gibbs.  fH.  26  Oct.  1660  (serviens).  £.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  13  Oct.  1660. 

John  Dice.  fH.  26  Oct.  1660  (serviens).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  (John  Tice)  13  Oct.  1660,  restored  19  Oct.  (?) 
receipt  signed  J.  Tyce. 


238  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1661. 


1661. 

Edmund  Chadwell.  £H.  16  July,  16G1  (fil.  Edmundi 
Chad  well  de  Wroughton,  gen.  set.  17).  Admitted  J&. 
27  Sept.  1661  of  Tidworth,  Wilts,  aged  18.  B.A. 
2  March,  1664.  M.A.  21  Nov.  1667.  Elected  Sub-Dean 
1667;  but  died  in  April,  1668,  and  was  buried  in  the 
College  Chapel  24  April,  Ludwell  being  elected  Sub- 
Dean  in  his  place  on  26  April. 

Francis  Pyle.  fH.  16  July,  1661  (fil.  Georgii  Pyle  de 
Exon.  gen.  set.  16).  Admitted  &.  27  Sept.  1661  of 
Exeter,  aged  17.  B.A.  11  May,  1665  :  on  the  6  March, 
166^,  he  was  allowed  to  proceed  to  M.A.  "  ea  conditione 
ut  proximis  comitiis  omni  suo  jure  in  Coll.  resignaret." 
M.A.  10  March.  He  seems,  however,  to  have  given 
trouble,  for  there  is  an  entry  in  the  Convention  Book, 
where  after  rehearsing  the  above  it  goes  on,  "  Hie  vero 
fidem  Gardiano  datam  omni  fraude  et  perfidia  violavit : 
(qui  vero  fidem  fallit,  oppugnat  omnium  commune 
prsesidium).  Propterea  per  Gardianum  in  prsesentia 
Sociorum  sexto  die  Maii  1669  amotus  est  a  Collegio  in 
perpetuum."  Pyle  appealed  to  the  Visitor  William 
(Pierce)  Bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells,  who  on  22  May 
cited  the  Warden  and  Fellows  to  appear  before  him,  at 
his  house,  at  Walthamstow  on  17  June.  On  14  June, 
the  Bishop  writes  from  Wells,  that  his  age  and  health 
have  interfered  with  his  plans,  and  that  he  is  sending 
another  citation :  on  17  June  the  Warden  replied 
denying  the  Bishop's  right  to  visit,  unless  requested 
(except  once  in  five  years,)  and  then  only  at  the 
College.  They  were  however  summoned  to  Wells,  for 
2  Sept,  "  cui  ut  obicem  ponerent "  they  obtained  a 
letter  from  Gilbert  (Sheldon)  Archbishop  of  Canterbury, 
24  Aug.,  in  which  it  is  declared  that  they  had  obeyed 
the  first  citation  at  great  expense,  not  from  any 
exigency  of  the  Statutes.  On  28  Aug.  the  Warden 
replied  to  the  Bishop  refusing  to  attend  and  gave  his 
reasons.  On  2  Sept.  the  Bishop  decreed  that  Pyle 
should  be  restored.  The  Warden  then  wrote  to  the 


1661.]  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  239 

Archbishop  stating  "the  complainant  brought  me  a 
decree  late  at  night  on  Michaelmas  Eve,  ordering  his 
restoration  on  pain  of  suspension.  He  then  went  off  to 
London,  and  told  me  my  Lord  would  be  here  in  a 
fortnight,  and  the  College  would  be  too  hot  to  hold  us 
both."  The  College  appears  to  have  called  in  the 
advice  of  William  Turner,  formerly  a  fellow  of  the 
College  (see  1620),  who  writes  on  12  Oct.  from 
Exeter  House  that  he  has  seen  the  Archbishop  and 
had  hoped  to  have  met  the  Bishop  there.  Again  he 
writes  on  14  Oct.  that  he  has  seen  the  Archbishop's 
Secretary,  and  is  given  to  understand  that  the  Bishop 
denies  the  decree  of  Restoration  and  the  use  of  threats, 
and  that  he  seems  very  pliable  and  wishes  to  see  the 
writer.  Here  the  matter  ends,  but  Pyle  was  apparently 
not  reinstated. 


George  Windham.  JF.OL  8  May,  1661.  M.  12  Dec.  1661 
( Wyndham  fil.  Johannis  Wyndham  de  Witham,  Somerset, 
gen.  ast.  16). 

Another  of  the  sons  of  John  Windham  of  Orchard,  and 
brother  of  Hopton  Windham  1655,  and  Thomas  Windham 
16f  §  ;  died  unmarried. 

Edward  Berkley.  Jf.<&.  29  June,  1661.  ffi.  12  July, 
1661  (fil.  Edvardi  Berkley  de  Pil,  Somerset,  arm.). 

Edward  Berkley  of  Pyll,  died  1669  :  but  his  father  was  a 
knight.  (Collinson  III.  282.) 

Brother  of  Maurice  Berkley  1661,  see  below. 

John  Grey.  Jf&.  10  Aug.  1661.  m.  9  Nov.  1661  (fil. 
Jacobi  Grey  de  Yarmouth,  Norfolc.  gen.  a?t.  18).  C.JH. 
received  10  Aug.  1661,  restored  2  Sept.  1664. 

William  Neele  (Neale).  Jf.<&.  10  March,  16fi  fH. 
28  June,  1662  (fil.  Gulielmi  Neele  de  Winton,  Hampton, 
arm.).  (C.fflL  received  10  March,  1661,  restored  1  Oct. 
1663  by  Bursar  Chase. 


240  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1661. 

Shepheard.  OL  9  May,  1661.  Probably  John  Shepard, 
admitted  &.  27  Sept.  1661  of  Cheselborne,  Dorset,  aged 
18.  John  Shepherd  B.A.  (Wadham)  17  March,  1663. 

Christopher  Dominick.  OL  22  May,  1661.  ffl.  (Balliol) 
26  Oct.  1660  (sacerdotis  fil.).  B.A.  (Wadham)  28  June, 

1664.  M.A.  2  May,  1667.     B.M.  9  July,  1670.     D.M. 
9  July,  1675. 

Richard  Browne.  OL  19  June,  1661.  »  16  July,  1661 
(fil.  Thoma3  Browne  de  Corfe,  Gloucestr.  gen.  set.  16). 
Admitted  "  discipulus  "  (i.e.  SO  of  Corpus  Christi  3  June, 
1662,  and  "scholaris"  (Junior  Jf.)  1671.  B.A.  10  June, 

1665.  M.A.  30  March,  1669.     B.D.  30  May,  1677. 

John  Ludwell.  (St.  29  June,  1661.  ffi.  12  July,  1661  (fil. 
Roberti  Ludwell  de  Bruton,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17). 
Admitted  £>.  29  Sept.  1662,  aged  18.  B.A.  11  May, 
1665.  M.A.  10  March,  1667.  B.M.  22  June,  1672. 
D.M.  4  July.  1676.  Admitted  Jf.  30  June,  1671. 
Elected  Moderator  Novae  Classis  1666 ;  Sub-Dean  (vice 
Chad  well,  deceased)  26  April,  1668,  and  again  in 
December;  Humanity  Lecturer  1671;  Moderator  of 
Philosophy  1672;  Dean  1673,  1674;  Bursar  1675,  1677, 
1680  ;  Librarian  1676,  1681 ;  Sub- Warden  1678,  1682. 

He  appears  to  have  practised  medicine  in  Oxford,  as  he  is 
attacked  in  the  speech  of  the  Terrse  films  at  the  Act  of  1693 
(see  Hearne's  Collections,  Vol.  I.  p.  189,  O.ZT.S.),  in  which  it  is 
suggested  that  he  was  making  money  as  a  mercer,  and  he  is 
addressed  as  "alderman."  He  died  22  Jan.  1723,  and  was 
buried  in  the  Chancel  of  St.  Mary's,  where  there  is  a  diamond- 
shaped  stone  on  the  floor  with  his  name. 

Robert  Younge.     0£.  11  July,  1661. 

John  Shepheard.  OL  11  July,  1661.  ffl.  12  July,  1661 
(fil.  Nicolai  Shepheard  de  Modbury,  Devon,  pleb.  aet.  15). 
(EJtt.  received  11  July,  1661,  restored  25  May,  1663. 

Possibly  John  Shepheard,  B.A.  Corpus,  15  May,  1665.     M.A. 

30  Mar       1669. 


1661.]  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  241 

William  Turner.  4L  16  Aug.  1661.  fflL  21  Feb.  16fi 
(fil.  Gulielmi  Turner  de  Richmond,  Surr  :  D.C.L.  set. 
18).  &.ffi.  received  16  Aug.  1661,  restored  23  May, 
1663. 

Son  of  William  Turner  1620,  and  brother  of  Brian  Turner 
1678. 

John  Turner.  <&.  16  Aug.  1661.  fH.  21  Feb.  16fi  (fil. 
ejusdem  venerabilis  viri,  set.  17).  CJH.  received  16  Aug. 
1661,  restored  6  Dec.  1664. 

Son  of  William  Turner  1620,  and  brother  of  Brian  Turner 

1678. 

Edward  Sandy.  (ft.  20  Sept.  1661.  C.ifl.  received 
10  Sept.  1661,  restored  by  Bursar  Ironsyde  1662. 

James  Hossom  (Hoffman).  <&.  18  Sept.  1661.  M* 
James  Hossom  9  Nov.  1661  (fil.  Martini  Hossom  de 
Taunton,  Somerset,  pleb.).  &.£H.  received  18  Sept. 
1661,  restored  2  July,  1669.  B.A.  17  June,  1665. 

Robert  Blake.  OL  17  Oct.  1661  (Dorcestr.).  CJH.  re- 
ceived 22  Oct.  1661,  repaid  by  Bursar  Bury. 

Possibly    Robert    Blake    of     Melbury    Abbas,     died     1705. 
(Hutchins,  III.  565.) 

Henry  Gerard.  OL  8  Feb.  16  fl.  M.  21  Feb.  16fJ  (fil. 
Thomse  Gerard  de  Rushton,  Dorcestr.  min.  set.  17).  (EJK. 
received  8  Feb.  16fi,  restored  13  Oct.  1663.  Admitted 
5.  30  Sept.  1663,  aged  18.  B.A.  2  Dec.  1665.  M.A. 
18  Feb.  1668.  Elected  Moderator  Novas  Classis  6  Dec. 
1667.  On  26  Jan.  16ff,  he  obtained  his  grace  for  M.A. 
"ea  conditione  ut  suam  resignationem  ante  prox.  Comm. 
in  manus  Gardiani  traderet."  He  was  Terrse  films  in 
1669. 


Constant  Jessop.  (ft.  24  March  16fJ.  ffl.  (Hart  Hall) 
27  July,  1659  (min.  fil.).  C.f$L  received  24  March,  16|i, 
repaid  by  Bursar  Bury  1662.  Admitted  £•  27  Sept. 
1662  Constantius  Jessop  of  Reading,  Berks,  aged  18. 
B.A.  (Magdalen)  13  Oct,  1663.  M.A.  27  June,  1666. 
B.  and  D.D.  4  July,  1685. 

Son  of  C.  J.  Rector  of  Fyfield.     Demy  of  Magdalen  College 
1663,  aged  20,  of  Berks.      Fellow  of  Magdalen  1665—1677. 

R 


242  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1661. 

Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Sunderland  at  the  time  of  King 
James  II. 's  interference  with  Magdalen,  when  his  name  was 
suggested  as  a  possible  person  for  the  King  to  recommend 
as  President.  He  was  Prebendary  of  Durham  16  Oct.  1686, 
and  Eector  of  Brington,  Northants,  where  he  died  10  March, 
16ff,  aged  55,  and  was  buried  with  the  following  inscription  : 

"Laetam  hie  prsestolatur  Resurrectionem  Constans  Jessop 
S.T.P.  eccl,  Dunelm.  prebendarius  et  hujus  eccl.  Rector. 
Cetera  Faina  dabit  sed  nee  monumento  perenniori  carebit  vir 
desideratissimus.  Quoad  usque  successores  gratos  sedes  Rectoris 
sustentare  non  piguerit,  quas  elegantissimas,  modestas  tamen, 
animi  sui  quam  simillimas,  propriis  sumptibus  condidit  et 
ecclesise  dieavit.  Decubuit  XI  die  Martii,  Anno  Domini  1695, 
setatis  suse  LV."  (Wood,  Fasti,  II.  397.) 

Humfrey  Black  (Blake).  »  12  July,  1661  (fil.  Edmundi 
Blake  de  Netherstowey,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  17). 
C.fH.  received  as  Servitor.  B.A.  (Glouc.  Hall)  23  Nov. 
1664. 

Maurice  Berkeley.  m.  12  July,  1661  (fil.  Edvardi 
Berkeley  de  Pil,  Somerset,  arm.  set.  16). 

Commanded  the  Someiset  Militia  at  the  battle  of  Sedgemoor  ; 
died  s.p.  1717. 

Brother  of  Edward  Berkeley  1661,  see  above. 

John  Hutchens.  ffi.  12  July,  1661  (fil.  Henrici  Hutchens 
de  Dorchester,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  17).  CJH.  received 
as  Servitor. 

James  Berriman.  fm.  12  July,  1661  (fil.  Johannis  Berriman 
de  Breuton,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17).  He  was  originally 
a  Servitor,  but  paid  additional  CJH.  as  (ft.  18  Feb.  1667, 
restored  2  June,  1669.  B.A.  3  May,  1665.  M.A. 
7  July,  1668. 

William  Faulconer.  fH.  12  July,  1661  (fil.  Radulphi 
Faulconer  de  Southton,  i.e.  Southampton,  pauperis,  set. 
15).  He  died  at  College  and  was  buried  in  the  Outer 
Chapel,  where  there  was  a  stone,  W.  F.  1661.  (Gutch, 
who  spells  the  name  Faukner  and  Faulkner). 


1661.]  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  243 

Samuel  Donne.  £H.  16  July,  1661  (fil.  Robert!  Donne  de 
Crewkerne,  Somerset  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  16).  Donne's 
C.fH.  was  received  as  Servitor  20  March,  16ff,  restored 
13  Sept.  1661,  when  Robert  Donne  signs  the  receipt  for 
"  my  caution  "  :  it  also  appears  as  received  20  March,  16|-§-, 
restored  by  Bursar  Floyd  (i.e.  1661).  Admitted  i3,  at 
Exeter  20  March,  166|;  his  name  was  removed  from 
the  €M.  Book  there  4  April,  1672.  B.A.  (Exeter) 
17  Oct.  1663. 

Robert  Jones.  fft.  16  July,  1661  (fil.  Roberti  Jones  de 
Lyme  Regis,  Dorcestr.  gen.  aet.  16).  (JT.fH.  received  as 
OL  11  July,  1661,  restored  2  July,  1663.  Possibly 
Robert  Jones.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  15  June,  1666. 

John  Russell.  fH.  12  Dec.  1661  (fil.  Johannis  Russell  de 
By  minster,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  16).  (JT.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  11  Nov.  1661,  restored  13  Oct.  by  Bursar  Chase 
1663. 

Nicholas  Browne.  ifl.  21  Feb.  16fJ  (fil.  Nicolai  Browne 
de  Week,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  17).  He  was  entered  as  <*L 
6  June,  1662.  «H.  received  (?)  6  June,  1662,  paid  over 
by  Bursar  Whaley  1664.  B.A.  (Magdalen  Hall)  21  Feb. 
1665. 

John  Saywell.  fH.  21  Feb.  16f }  (fil.  Gabrielis  Saywell  de 
Pentridge,  Dorcestr.  inin.  pauperis,  a3t.  16).  (£.iJH.  received 
as  Servitor  27  Nov.  1662,  restored  8  Aug.  1665.  B.A. 
17  June,  1665.  M.A.  28  April,  1668. 

Brother  of  Kev.  W.  Saywell,  Master  of  Jesus  College,  Camb- 

bridge,  and  Archdeacon  of  Ely. 

John  Baynard.  fH.  21  Feb.  16|i  (fil.  Petri  Baynard  de 
Weymouth,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  17).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  20  Oct.  1661,  restored  by  Bursar 
Floyd  27  March  ?  1667.  B.A.  7  July,  1665.  M.A. 
(New)  28  April,  1668. 

John  Duck.  fH.  21  Feb.  16fi  (fil.  Johannis  Duck  de 
Branscomb,  Devon,  pleb.  pauperis,  aet.  18).  CT.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  12  Nov.  1661,  restored  6  Nov.  1666. 
B.A.  3  Nov.  1666. 

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244  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1661-62. 

John  Bennet.  fH.  21  Feb.  16fJ-  (fil.  Johannis  Bennet  de 
Sherborne,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  18).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  24  Feb.  1661,  restored  29  June,  1666. 

Zachary  Davye.  fH.  15  March,  16f|-  (fil.  Johannis  Davye 
de  Midland,  Devon,  arm.  set.  22).  &.fH.  received  as  dF.(*L 
(Davies)  22  Oct.  1661,  restored  9  March,  16ff. 


Joseph  Janeway.     B.A.  (Wadham)  12  March,  16|4.     HE* 
(All  Souls)  8  Dec.  1658  (serviens). 

Youngest  (?  fifth)  son  of  William  Janeway  of  Lilley,  Herts, 
and  subsequently  of  Harpenden  ;  the  only  one  of  his  family 
who  was  a  Conformist,  died  before  he  was  40.  Brother  of 
Abraham  Janeway  1657. 


1662. 

John  Foyle.     JfM.  18  Sept.  1662.     ftt.  17  Dec.  1662  (fil. 
Johannis  Foyle  de  Kempton  ?  Hampton,  gen.  set.  18). 
.  received  18  Sept.  1662,  restored  by  Bursar  Whaley. 


Robert  Knollys.  Jf&.  7  Nov.  1662.  m.  13  Nov.  1662 
(fil.  Gulielmi  Knollys  de  Grayes,  Oxon.  arm.  set.  16). 
C.JH.  received  7  Nov.  1662,  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Nov. 
1666. 


Wheeler.  <&.  4  May,  1662  (Oxon.).  £.fH.  received  same 
day,  restored  14  Jan.  1663. 

George  Long.  OL  6  June,  1662.  ffflL  28  June,  1662  (fil. 
Leisleboni  Long  de  Stratton,  Somerset,  arm.  set.  18). 
C.fH.  received  6  June,  1662,  restored  10  March,  1666. 

Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

Joseph  Blake.     OL  20  July,  1662.     m.  19  July,  1662  (fil. 
Richardi   Blake    de   And  over,   Hampton,   gen.  set.  17). 
.  received  20  July,  1662;  restored  26  June,  1663. 


1662.]  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  245 

John  Bond.  (ft.  4  Aug.  1662.  C.fft.  received  same  day, 
restored  13  July,  1664. 

John  Glisson.  OL  11  Aug.  1662.  m.  19  July,  1662  (fil. 
Johannis  Glisson  de  Marnell,  i.e.  Marnhull,  Dorcestr. 
inin.  set.  15. 


John  Burford.  (ft.  12  Sept.  1662  (Somerset).  (JLfH.  re- 
ceived 12  Sept.  1662,  restored  by  Bursar  Chase  26  Oct. 
1663.  Admitted  g>.  30  Sept.  1663  of  Yeavell,  Somerset, 
aged  18.  B.A.  31  May,  1666.  M.A.  18  Feb.  1668. 
Elected  Sub-Dean,  1669.  Resigned  £.  8  April,  1676. 

Edward  Lampen.  OL  29  Sept.  1662  (Cornub.).  M. 
14  March,  16|f  (fil.  Johannis  Lampen  de  Linconhem,  i.e. 
Linkinhorne,  Cornub.  gen.  set.  18).  C.M.  received 
29  Sept,  1662,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Floyd. 

John  Tilghman.  OL  22  Oct.  1662.  m.  17  Dec.  1662  (fil. 
Gulielmi  Tilghman  de  Rugby,  Warwic.  gen.  set.  16). 
«D.fH.  received  22  Oct.  1662,  restored  15  Oct.  1663. 

John  Plucknett.  OL  5  Jan.  16ff.  fH.  (Plukenett)  17  Dec. 
1662  (fil.  Henrici  Plukenett  do  Bridport,  Dorcestr.  pleb. 
set.  15).  &Jft.  received  5  Jan.  16ff,  restored  14  Feb. 
1665. 

John  Floyd.  4L  5  Jan.  16ff  (Hampshire).  f&.  13  Nov.  1662 
(fil.  Georgii  Floyd  de  Wonston,  Hampton,  rain.  set.  18). 
<£.fH.  received  5  Jan.  16ff,  restored  7  Oct.  1663.  Ad- 
mitted S.  30  Sept.  1663  aged  18.  B.A.  31  May,  1666. 
M.A.  18  Feb.  1668.  He  received  his  grace  for  M.A. 
"26  Jan.  1668,  "ea  conditione  ut  suam  Resignationem 
ante  prox.  Comm.  in  manus  Gardiani  traderet."  He  re- 
signed his  S.  27  Sept.  1669. 

John  Galton.  <£.  21  Feb.  16||.  m.  22  May,  1663  (fil. 
Edvardi  Galton  de  Coom  Canes,  i.e.  Coombe  Keynes, 


246  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1662. 

Dorcestr.  min.  set.  18).  <&M.  received  21  Feb.  16ff,  re- 
stored 15  Oct.  by  Bursar  Chase  1663.  Admitted  £>. 
30  Sept.  1663  of  Wooll,  Dorset,  aged  18. 

Elias  Seelie.     <E.  13  March,  16f|.     ODJK,  restored  25  June, 
1665. 


John  Hillary.  £H.  28  June,  1662  (fil.  Johannis  Hillary  de 
Salisbury,  pleb.  set.  16).  (HLfB.  received  as  13.  28  March, 

1661,  restored  10  March,  1666.     B.A.  14  Nov.  1665. 

One  John  Hillary  was  appointed  Alderman  of  Sarum,  when 
the  Municipality  was  reformed  by  James  II.  in  1687. 

Samuel  Masters,  m.  13  Nov.  1662  (fil.  Georgii  Masters 
de  Sarum.  gen.  set.  16).  Entered  as  <£.  2  April,  1663  (of 
Salisbury).  ODJK.  restored  4  July,  1663.  Elected  ^. 
of  Exeter  2  July,  1663.  Admitted  JF.  2  July,  1664. 
B.A.  (Master)  14  July,  1666.  M.A.  27  April,  1669. 
B.D.  3  May,  1680.  Preacher  at  Stan  ton  Harcourt,  and 
South  Ley,  Oxon.  Resigned  his  Jf.  July,  1681. 

Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Radnor  ;  Preacher  to  the  Hospital  and 
Precinct  of  Bridewell,  London  12  June,  1676 ;  Prebendary  of 
Ealdland  in  St.  Paul's  Cathedral  25  June,  1678  ;  Prebendary 
of  Lichfield  8  May,  1680  ;  Vicar  of  Burton-on-Trent.  Died  at 
Bath  12  Sept.  1693,  and  was  buried  in  the  Abbey  there. 
Benefactor  to  Exeter  College  Library.  (Wood,  Fasti,  II.  289  ; 
Ath.  IV.  385  ;  Boase,  Exeter,  p.  75.)  Author  of  The  Duty  of 
Submission  to  Divine  Providence,  1689,  and  several  sermons. 

Knollys  Kitson.  fH.  13  Nov.  1662  (fil.  Gulielmi  Kitson  de 
Fawly,  Buck.  min.  set.  18).  C.JB.  received  as  i$.  7  Nov. 

1662,  restored  13  July,  1666.     B.A.   (St.  Mary  Hall) 
13  Dec.  1666.     M.A.  3  July,  1669. 

Apparently  son  of  William  Kitson  1624. 

William  Yearbury.  m.  17  Dec.  1662  (fil.  Gualteri 
Yearbury  de  Beckington,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  16). 
(E.ilH.  received  as  Servitor  (Yeburie)  27  Nov.  1662,  paid 
over  13  Oct.  1663. 


1662-63.]  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  247 

Roger  Baily.  £H.  17  Dec.  1662  (fil.  Johannis  Baily  de 
Camberwell,  SUIT.,  pauperis,  set.  16).  <£.£H.  received  as 
Servitor  27  Nov.  1662,  restored  27  June,  1666.  B.A. 

19  June,  1666. 

John  Frend.  fH.  17  Dec.  1662  (fil.  Johannis  Frend  de 
Northampton,  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  18).  C.fft.  received  as 
Servitor  15  Oct.  1662,  restored  by  Bursar  Whaley 
13  Oct. 

Robert  Pitt.  fH.  14  March,  16ff  (fil.  Robert!  Pitt  de 
Huniton,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  18).  C.fEL  received  as  Servitor 

20  April,  1662,  and  again  22  April,  1664,  restored  by 
Bursar  Bury  9  May. 

Richard  Smith.  fK.  14  March,  16ff  (fil.  Richardi  Smith 
de  Chard,  Somerset,  pleb.  pauperis,  aet.  16).  (£.Jft.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  19  Feb.  16ff,  restored  17  Jan.  1667. 
?  B.A.  (Univ.)  2  May,  1667. 


1663. 

Robert  French,  (ft.  1  July,  1663.  fK.  4  June,  1663  (fil. 
Petri  French  de  Oxon.  Doctoris.  set.  17).  S.JH.  received 
1  July,  1663,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Chase  18  Jan.  ?  16ff. 
Admitted  S>.  30  Sept.  1663  of  Cottenham,  Camb.,  aged 
16.  B.A.  14  Feb.  1666. 


Henry  Bridges.     $.<&.  6  April,  1663.     fH.  9  April,  1663 

(fil.  natu  max.  Thoma3  Bridges  de  Keynsham,  Somerset., 
equitis,  set.  16).  C.JH.  received  6  April,  1663,  restored 
7  Feb.  1665. 

Charles  Hickmot.  Jf.<&.  26  May,  1663.  ffi.  same  day 
(fil.  Johannis  Hickmot  de  Windsor,  Bercher,  arm.  set. 
16).  C.;£H.  received  same  day,  restored  10  Aug.  1666. 


"He  died  in  the  house  of  Phillips  the  baker  in  Magdalen 
parish  17  April,  1667,  and  was  buried  by  order  of  his  mother, 
(Joanna,  widow  of  Dr.  Charles  Simnybank),  in  the  church  of 
St.  Andrew,  Holborn,  London."  (Wood,  MS.) 


248  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1663. 

Christopher  Savery.  Jf.<&.  16  July,  1663.  fH.  23  July, 
1663  (fil.  Servington  Savery  de  Shilston,  Devon,  arm., 
set.  19).  C.fH.  received  16  July,  1663,  paid  over  14  Feb. 
16fi,  by  Bursar  Floyd. 

John  Wyndham.  Jf.<&.  24  Nov.  1663.  fH.  17  Dec.  1663 
(fil.  natu  max.  Wadhami  Wyndham  de  Sarisb.  eq.  set. 
16).  ejft.  received  14  Nov.  1663,  taken  up  14  Feb. 
1665,  for  books  to  be  given  to  the  Library. 

John  Wyndham  of  Norrington,  father  of  John  Wyndham 
1695,  and  Thomas,  Lord  Wyndham  1698,  and  son  of  Sir 
Wadham  Wyndham  1626. 

John  Gilford.     JfM.  24  Nov.  1663. 


Thomas  Aynscombe.  <2L  4  April,  1663  (Kent).  fH. 
9  April,  1663  (fil.  Thomae  Aynscombe  de  Cowden,  Cant, 
min.  aat.  16).  CJH.  received  4  April,  1663,  restored 
27  Oct.  1666.  He  died  23  Sept.  1666,  and  is  buried  in 
the  Outer  Chapel.  "  Hie  jacet  Thomas  Ainscombe,  Coll. 
Wadh.  Commensalis  ;  mortuus  est  23  Sept.  1666." 

Thomas  Aynscombe  the  father  was  B.A.  of  Magdalen  Hall 
14  Feb.  16|f,  and  M.A.  of  Magdalen  25  June,  1628.  The 
Hector  of  Cowden  by  a  deed  executed  shortly  before  his  death 
in  1668,  bestowed  the  advowson  of  the  Vicarage  of  Wadhurst, 
Sussex,  upon  the  Warden,  Fellows,  and  Scholars  of  Wadham 
College,  and  directed  by  his  Will  that  his  executor  should 
deliver  to  them  the  deed  of  gift  upon  their  sealing  the  counter- 
part thereof  with  the  seal  of  the  College.  He  had  presented 
one  John  Smith  26  March,  1662,  who  lived  till  1714  ;  when 
the  College  first  presented  John  Willett  1691. 

James  Hussey.  <E.  6  April,  1663  (Dorset.).  fH.  9  April, 
1663  (fil.  Georgii  Hussey  de  Marnhull,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set. 
16).  «D.fH.  received  6  April,  1663,  restored  26  Oct. 
1666. 

Thomas  Weldon.     <E.  8  April,  1663.     fft.  3  June,  1663 
(fil.  Georgii  Weldon  de  Windsor,  Bercher,  arm.  set.  18). 
.  received  8  April,  1663,  restored  29  March,  1664. 

Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 


1663.]  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  249 

Edward  Durnford.  OL  30  April,  1663  (Dorset.),  ffi. 
22  May,  1663  (fil.  Thomse  Durnford  de  Shaston,  i.e. 
Shaftesbury,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  aet.  17).  C.fH.  received 
30  April,  1663,  restored  5  Nov.  1666.  B.A.  20  Oct. 
1666.  M.A.  (Hart  Hall)  15  June,  1669. 

Samuel  Harrison.  OL  7  May,  1663.  C.fH.  restored 
26  Aug.  1670.  B.A.  17  June,  1665.  M.A.  28  April, 
1668. 

James  Symons.  <2L  1  June,  1663.  iJH.  (Symonds)  9  April, 
1663  (fil.  Thomas  Symonds  de  Dorchester,  Dorcestr.  gen- 
set.  16).  &.JH.  received  1  June,  1663,  restored  22  Jan. 
1665. 

James  Norman.  OL  24  June,  1663.  JH.  22  July,  1663 
(fil.  Koberti  Norman  de  Cadiott,  i.e.  Catcot,  Somerset, 
min.  aet.  16).  C.fH.  received  24  June,  1663,  restored 
19  Oct.  by  Bursar  Floyd. 

Robert  Maryott.  OL  25  June,  1663.  »  3  June,  1663 
(fil.  Thomse  Maryott  de  Hill  Morton,  Warwic.  pleb.  set. 
17).  &M.  received  25  June,  1663,  restored  by  Bursar 
Whaley  ?  1668.  B.A.  28  March,  1667. 

Lewis  Brooke.  OL  1  July,  1663.  M.  17  July,  1663  (fil. 
Ludovici  Brooke  de  Halberton,  Devon,  gen.  set.  18). 
C.JH.  received  1  July,  1663,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury. 
B.A.  23  April,  1667. 

John  Blagdon.  OL  1  July,  1663.  fK.  17  July,  1663  (fil. 
Edvardi  Blagdon  de  Tiverton,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  (E.fft. 
received  1  July,  1663,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury  ?  1667. 
B.A.  23  April,  1667.  M.A.  (Hart  Hall)  8  Feb.  1669. 

Samuel  Powell.  OL  9  July,  1663.  m.  17  July,  1663  (fil. 
Marmaduki  Powell  de  Cuverel  (?)  Somerset,  gen.  set. 
15).  €.fH.  received  9  July,  1663,  paid  over  by  Bursar 
Floyd  6  April,  1668. 

Evidently  of  Curry  Rivel,  where  two  Samuel  Powells  of  a 
later  generation  are  buried  (Collinson). 


250  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1663. 

Ralph  Hough.  OL  16  July,  1663  (Londin.).  fH.  22  July, 
1663  (fil.  Radulphi  Hou^h  de  Londin,  arm.  set.  14). 
«DJH.  received  16  July,  1663,  restored  11  Dec.  1666. 

Richard  Mellyer.  OL  23  Oct.  1663.  M.  11  Dec.  1663 
(Richard  Millior,  fil.  Roberti  Millior  de  Eddington, 
Somerset,  gen.  set.  15).  C.fH.  received  23  Oct.  1663, 
restored  6  April,  1666. 

Samuel  Mashborne.  OL  17  Nov.  1663.  m.  14  July,  1663 
(fil.  Matthsei  Mashborne  de  Whitfield,  Northampton,  gen. 
set.  16).  C.fH.  received  1  July,  1663,  restored  by  Bursar 
Bury. 

William  Davy.  (ft.  10  Dec.  1663.  fH.  14  April,  1663  (fil. 
Johannis  Davy  de  Ruxford,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  &JE. 
received  10  Nov.  1663,  restored  8  Aug.  1665. 

Samuel  Palmer.  OL  28  Jan.  16ff.  m.  18  March,  16ff 
(fil.  Samuelis  Palmer  de  Blandford,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  17). 
C.;ffi.  received  28  Jan.  16ff,  restored  by  Bursar  Whaley. 
B.A.  (Merton)  7  Nov.  1667.  M.A.  8  June,  1670. 

Thomas  Glisson.  OL  29  Jan.  16ff.  ffl.  ?  Guil  Glisson 
11  March,  16ff  (fil.  Johannis  Glisson  de  Marnhull, 
Dorcestr.  min.  set.  17).  dT.fH.  received  29  Jan.  16ff,  re- 
stored 2  July,  1665.  B.A.  William  Glisson  (Trinity) 
31  Oct.  1667.  M.A.  31  Oct.  1670. 

The  Christian  name  was  originally  written  "  Gilb,"  but  was 
crossed  out,  and  another  name,  now  illegible,  written  over  it : 
possibly  Tho  or  Jho.  Brother  of  John  Glisson  1662,  and 
Gilbert  Glisson  1665. 

Samuel  Giffard.  OL  29  Feb.  16ff.  fH.  11  March,  16ff 
(fil.  Richardi  Giffard  de  Pateshull,  Northampton,  min. 
set.  17).  £.fft.  received  19  Feb.  16ff. 

Vicar  of  Little  Houghton  1675—1676  of  Brayneld  1686;  died 
1732,  aged  85.  (Baker,  I.  151.) 

Thomas  Diose  (Dyose).     01.  29  Feb.  16ff .    m.  18  March, 


1663.]  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  251 


16  ff  (fiL  Thomse  Diose  de  Londin.  gen.  set.  15). 
received  25  Feb.  16|f,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury  27  Jan. 


John  Crosse.  £ft.  10  April,  1663  (fil.  Johannis  Crosse  de 
Exon.  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  17).  (£.JH.  received  as  Servitor 
6  July,  1663,  restored  11  Sept.  1666.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall) 
27  Oct.  1666.  M.A.  15  June,  1669. 

George  Thomson.  fflL  10  April,  1663  (fil.  Richard! 
Thomson  de  Ashworth,  Gloucestr.  pauperis,  set.  18). 
(£.£H.  received  as  Servitor  2  April,  1663,  restored  by 
Bursar  Floyd  10  Feb.  ?  B.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall)  28  March, 
1667. 

William  Toomer.  m.  10  April,  1663  (fil.  Gulielmi  Toomer 
de  Shaston,  i.e.  Shaftesbury,  Dorcestr.  min.  set.  18).  B.A. 

19  June,  1666.      &.ffl.  received  as  (ft.  (B.A.)   5  Nov. 
1666,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury. 

George  Gerard.  £H.  14  April,  1663  (fil.  Johannis  Gerard 
de  Stallbridge,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  18).  &M.  received  as 
1$.  14  April,  1663,  restored  by  Bursar  Chase  14  Aug. 

Thomas  Basset.  £H.  22  May,  1663  (fil.  Johannis  Basset  de 
Londin,  pleb.  set.  17).  C.fft.  received  as  13.  3  March, 
16ff,  restored  20  June,  1666.  B.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall) 

20  Oct.  1666.     M.A.  3  July,  1669. 

Samuel  Goodwin.  fH.  22  May,  1663  (fil.  Gulielmi  Goodwin 
de  Whitechappel,  Middlesex,  pauperis,  set.  17).  CJH. 
received  as  Servitor  3  March,  16ft,  increased  to  (ft. 
2  Jan.  1666,  restored  25  Feb.  1669.  B.A.  20  Oct.  1666. 
M.A.  28  June,  1669. 

John  Ball.  £H.  3  June,  1663  (fil.  Johannis  Ball  de  Est- 
minster,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  16).  C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  23  May,  1663,  restored  8  Aug.  1665.  B.A. 
(St.  Mary  Hall)  5  Feb.  1666. 


252  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1663-64. 

John  Shepherd.  JH.  3  July,  1663  (fil.  Johannis  Shepherd 
de  Childockford,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  19). 

Roger  Giffard.  fEL  16  Dec.  1663  (fil.  Johannis  Giffard  de 
Brightly,  Devon,  gen.  aet.  17).  (£JH.  received  as  (ft. 
14  Nov.  1663. 

John  Hearne.  £H.  3  March,  16ff  (fil.  Robert!  Hearne  de 
Sherborne,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  17). 

John  Hall.  M.  11  March,  16ff  (fil.  Roberti  Hall  de  Curry 
Revel,  Somerset,  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  15).  C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor.  Wood  writes  in  MS.,  "  fait  serviens,  sep- 
ultus  in  Capella  1665,"  where  there  was  a  stone  with 
J.  H.  1665. 

Josias  White,  f&.  18  March,  16|f  (fil.  Gulielmi  White  de 
Londin.,  pleb.  set.  16).  <2LfH.  received  as  (ft.  28  Jan. 
16ff,  restored  8  July,  1667.  B.A.  28  Jan.  1667. 


1664. 

William  Jenour.  m.  2  July,  1664  (fil.  natu  minor  Andreas 
Jenour  de  Dunmowe,  Essex,  baronetti,  set.  15).  Ad- 
mitted S>.  24  Sept.  1664,  aged  16. 


Samuel  Goldsmith.     J^.OL  18  April,  1664.     m.  29  April, 
1664  (fil.  Francisci  Goldsmith  de  Londin.,  arm.  set.  18). 
.  received  18  April,  1664. 


Sir  Thomas  Marsh.  dF.(ft.  20  April,  1664.  JH.  29  April, 
1664  (fil.  Thomse  Marsh  de  Hackney,  Middlesex,  eq.  set. 
15).  C.IH.  received  20  April,  1664. 

George  Norton.  dF.(ft.  4  Aug.  1664  (Somerset.).  fH. 
26  Aug.  1664  (fil.  natu  max.  Domini  Georgii  Norton  de 
Abbots  Leigh,  Somerset,  eq.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received 
4  Aug.  1664,  restored  by  Bursar  Whaley  22  Oct.  1664 
or  1668. 

It  is  difficult  to  fit  this  George  Norton  in  among  the  Nortons 
of  Abbots  Leigh  in  Collinson  III.  p.  153,  unless  he  is  the  Sir 


1664.]  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  253 

George  Norton  who  was  the  son  of  the  Cavalier  who  concealed 
Charles  II.,  and  was  born  in  1648  (not  as  Collinson  says  in 
1658)  :  if  so,  the  male  line  of  the  Nortons  became  extinct 
in  him. 

Thomas  Foster.  JfM.  29  Aug.  1664.  ffl.  31  Aug.  1664 
(fil.  Thomse  Foster  de  Fosters,  Surr.  arm.  set.  16).  C.jm. 
received  29  Aug.  1664.  On  the  back  of  a  sheet  of  paper 
amoDg  the  Warden's  MSS.  which  contains  a  record  of 
burials  in  the  College  Chapel  is  this  entry  :  "  Thomas,  the 
sonne  of  Thomas  Foster  of  Footer,  in  the  parish  of 
Eggharn,  Esquier,  and  A  vice,  his  wife  was  baptized  19 
(month  omitted)  1646." 

He  was  the  second  son :  brother  of  Robert  Foster  1660.  He 
died  before  his  father,  who  died  in  1685.  He  was  buried  in 
the  church  of  Thorpe,  Surrey.  Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

Carr  Scroop.     Jf.<&.  3  Sept.  1664.     m.  (Scrope)  26  Aug. 

1664  (fil.  natu  max.  Dni  Adriani  Scrope  de  Lincoln,  eq. 

Balnei,  set.  15).     C.fH.  received  3  Sept.  1664,  "received 

by  Bursar  Whaley  for  the  College  use"  1  Jan.  1668. 

Created  M.A.  4  Feb.  16ff. 

Sir  Carr  Scroop  of  Cockerington,  Line.,  was  created  Baronet, 
16  Jan.  16|f,  and  died  unmarried  in  the  parish  of  St.  Martin's 
in  the  Fields  about  Nov.  1680.  He  translated  the  Epistle  of 
Sappho  to  Phaon,  and  other  poems  from  Ovid,  Horace,  and 
Virgil :  he  also  wrote  a  poem,  "  In  defence  of  Satyr,"  imitated 
from  Horace.  Sat.  I.  4.  (Wood,  Fasti,  II.  594.) 

George  Mason.  Jf.<&.  28  Sept.  1664.  m.  21  Oct.  1664 
(fil.  Benjamini  Mason  de  Pixiey  Court,  Hereford,  gen.  set. 
15).  (&.M.  received  28  Sept.  1 664,  taken  up  for  Battels 
8  July,  1668. 

Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 


William  White.  <E.  26  March,  1664.  JK.  24  March,  16ff 
(fil.  Gulielmi  White  de  Hullamlands,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set. 
16).  C.fH.  received  26  March,  1664. 

John  Baynham.  OL  1  April,  1664.  JW.  same  day  (fil. 
Johannis  Baynham  de  Stogumber,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  17). 


254  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1664. 


.  received  same  day,  restored  by  Bursar  Jeamson 
?  1667.     B.A.  24  Oct.  1667. 


Nicholas  Redwood.  OL  1  April,  1664.  £*L  same  day 
(fil.  Nicolai  Redwood  de  Exon.  pleb.  set.  17).  (£.£H.  re- 
ceived same  day,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Jeamson  to 
Floyd:  replaced  as  B.A.  18  March,  1670,  paid  over 
11  June,  1672,  by  Bursar  Strangwaies  to  Burford. 
B.A.  16  March,  1670.  M.A.  27  June,  1671. 

John  Whitly.  OL  14  June,  1664.  £H.  22  July,  1664  (fil. 
Gulielmi  Whitly  de  Litchfield,  Stafford,  gen.  set.  16). 
CT.fH.  received  14  June,  1664,  repaid  by  Bursar  Floyd  to 
Goddard. 

Thomas  Eastmont.  (ft.  14  June,  1664.  fH.  (John) 
24  May,  1664  (til.  Johannis  Eastmont  de  Sherburne, 
Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  13  July,  1664, 
restored  by  Bursar  Bury  28  Jan. 

A  long  Latin  inscription  in  Sherborne  Minster  (Hutchins,  IV. 
249)  commemorates  the  virtues  of  John  Eastmont,  "qui  in 
agro  Somersett.  natus,  alma  Oxoniensi  Academia  nutritus, 
hospitii  Lincolniensis  socius  ascriptus  est."  He  died  5  Feb. 
1722,  "  fere  octogenarius." 

Ahasuems  Rigemorter.  4L  20  July,  1664.  fft.  22  July, 
1664  (fil.  Ahasueri  Rigemorter  de  Londin.,  doctoris,  set. 
15).  ODJK.  received  20  July,  1664,  taken  up  for  Battels 
8  July,  1669. 

The  father  was  incorporated  M.D.  26  March,  1636,  from  the 
University  of  Leyden,  and  is  described  as  Londino-Anglus. 
He  lived  and  practised  in  Lime  Street,  London.  One  of  both 
these  names  lived  at  Northcreake,  Norfolk  :  died  1671.  (Wood, 
Fasti,  I.  489). 

Henry  Godolphhij  OL  31  Aug.  1664.  fH.  30  Aug.  1664 
(fil.  natu  minor  Dni  Francisci  Godolphin  de  Godolphin, 
Cornub.  eq.  de  Balneo,  set.  16).  <£JH.  received  31  Au«-. 
1664,  restored  15  Jan.  16ff.  B.A.  28  May,  1668.  M.A. 


1664.]  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  255 

(All  Souls)   20  April,  1672.     B.D.  and  D.D.   11   July, 
1685.     Jf.  of  All  Souls  1668. 

JF.  of  Eton  ;  Provost  of  Eton  30  Oct.  1695  ;  Prebendary  of 
Sneating  (St.  Paul's)  13  Nov.  1683—1733  ;  Dean  of  St  Paul's 
18  July,  1707,  which  Deanery  he  resigned  1726.  He  was 
fourth  son  of  Sir  Francis  Godolphin,  and  brother  of  Sidney 
Godolphin,  Lord  High  Treasurer,  and  Earl  of  Godolphin,  and 
of  Charles  Godolphin  16ff,  and  Edward  Godolphin  1675. 

Edward  Holt,  OL  17  Sept.  1664.  jja.  21  Oct.  1664  (fil. 
Thomse  Holt  de  Wells,  Somerset,  min.  set.  18).  CJH, 
received  17  Sept.  1664,  restored  25  Jan.  16ff.  Wood 
speaks  of  a  stone  in  the  Outer  Chapel  marked  E.  H, 
1668,  where  he  is  said  to  have  been  buried  4  May,  1668. 

Thomas  Taylor,  (ft.  7  Oct.  1664.  ffi.  21  Oct.  1664  (fil. 
Gulielmi  Taylor  de  Winchester,  Hampton,  gen.  set.  18). 
<£.£H.  received  7  Oct  1664,  restored  by  Bursar  Chase  to- 
Richard  Taylor  27  July.  B.A.  28  May,  1668  (Tayler). 


Matthew  Thomas.     OL  7  Feb.  16f|.     m.  10  March, 

(fil.  Gualteri  Thomas  de  East  Budly,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  17). 
(JLfH.  received  7  Feb.  16|^,  restored  16  Nov.  1666. 
There  was  a  stone  in  the  Antechapel,  marked  "M.  T. 
comraensalis  1666."  (Wood  MS.) 


Thomas  Swallow.     OL  6  March,  16f£.    fH.  9  March, 

(fil.  Thomas  Swallow  de  Londin.,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived 6  March,  16f4,  restored  7  April,  1666.  Admitted 
Sb.  31  Jan.  1665  of  Chigwell,  Essex,  aged  18. 

Samuel   Poynter.      <E.    16   March,    16f|.      fft.    (Pointer) 
same  day  (fil.  Johannis  Pointer  de  Londin.  pleb.  set.  17), 
received  10  March,  16fJ,  restored  4  July,  1668. 


Robert  Pawle.  (ft.  15  March,  16ff  fH.  (Paul)  16  March, 
16f4  (fil.  Gulielmi  Paul  de  Blackdowne,  Dorcestr.  pleb. 
set.  17).  C.fH.  received  16  March,  16fi,  restored 
14  Sept.  1666.  BA.  29  Oct.  1668.  M.A.  28  June, 
1671. 


256  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  [1664. 

Edward  Hancock.     OL  16  March,  16ff     fH.  17  March, 

16f4  (fil.  Johannis  Hancock  de  Comb  Merton,  Devon, 
gen.  set.  17).  (!LiH.  received  16  March,  16f-i,  restored 
6  Nov.  1666.  Admitted  £.  28  Sept.  1666  of  Comb 
Morton,  Devon,  aged  17.  B.A.  29  Oct.  1668.  M.A. 
15  June,  1672.  Elected  Sub-Dean  6  Dec.  1670.  On 
8  April,  1676,  he  was  "amotus  virtute  decreti  Visitatoris 
de  absentia." 


Robert  Tothill.  fH.  1  April,  1664  (fil.  Eoberti  Tothill  de 
Exon.  pauperis,  aet.  18).  <£.fH.  received  as  Servitor 
1  April,  1664,  restored  by  Bursar  Jeamson.  B.A.  (Hart 
Hall)  17  Oct.  1667. 

Eector  of  Alford,  Somerset,  17  March,  1670  ;  died  about  1706. 

William  Strode,  ffi.  24  May,  1664  (fil.  Johannis  Strode  de 
Parnham,  Dorset,  eq.  set.  16).  <£ja.  received  as  (ft. 
22  May,  1664,  restored  6  Nov.  1666. 

He    married  Elizabeth,   daughter  of    William    Compton    of 
Middlesex,  and  died  s.p. 

William  Holmes,  ffi.  25  May,  1664  (fil.  Gulielmi  Holmes 
de  Meers,  i.e.  Mares  Ashby,  Northampton,  pauperis,  set. 
16).  <£.fE.  received  as  Servitor  2  Dec.  1664,  and  raised 
to  that  of  OL  29  Oct.  1673  (?  1672),  restored  21  Feb. 
16fi-  B.A.  2  July,  1668.  M.A.  6  July,  1671. 

William  Harman.  £H.  30  June,  1664  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Harman  de  Chelmesford,  Essex,  pleb.  set.  15).  (£.£H.  re- 
ceived as  33.  26  Oct.  1664,  restored  26  Feb.  by  Bursar 
Floyd  16-JHh  Admitted  &.  4  Feb.  16ff  of  Chelmsford, 
Essex,  aged  17.  B.A.  28  Nov.  1668.  Elected  Moderator 
Novse  Classis  6  Dec.  1668. 


John  Floyd.  fH.  13  July,  1664  (fil.  Johannis  Floyd  de 
Bristol,  pleb.  set.  15).  (JLfH.  received  as  (tt.  13  July, 
1664,  restored  16  Jan.  16ff.  Possibly  John  Floyd,  B.A. 
(Trinity)  28  July,  1668. 


1664.]  WARDEN     BLANDFORD.  257 

Edward  Martindale.  M.  21  Oct.  1664  (fjl.  Edvardi 
Martindale  de  Colshull,  i.e.  Coleshill,  Warwic.  pleb.  set. 
17).  C.fft.  received  as  Servitor  26  Sept.  1664,  and  taken 
up  by  Bursar  Jeamson  "  to  pay  debts." 

David  Atkins.  fH.  17  Dec.  1664  (fil.  Gulielmi  Atkins  de 
Ludlow,  Salop,  pauperis,  set.  19). 

Thomas  Mogg.  JH.  10  March,  16f-J  (fil.  Jeremise  Mogg  de 
Shepton  Montague,  Somerset,  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  18). 
C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  3  Nov.  1664,  restored  17  Dec. 
1668.  B.A.  12  Nov.  1668. 

Possibly  Vicar  of  Stowell,  Somerset,  16  May,  1681.  There  is 
also  at  Shepton  Montacute  the  monument  of  a  Mogg,  who  died 
18  Sept.  1721,  aged  75.  On  the  East  Wall  of  the  Chancel  at 
Stowell  is  the  following  inscription  :  "  Here  lieth  the  body  of 
Thomas  Mogg,  Hector,  who  died  27  Nov.  1708,"  according  to 
Collinson,  but  there  is  no  trace  of  the  monument  now  (1889). 

John  Cooke.  fSL  10  March,  16£-f-  (fil.  Johannis  Cooke  de 
Wotton  under  Edge,  Gloucestr.  pauperis,  set.  18).  C.JE, 
received  as  Servitor  21  Nov.  1664,  restored  6  Nov.  1668. 
B.A.  29  Oct.  1668. 

William  Plowman.  ftt.  16  March,  16f|  (fil.  Thomse 
Plowman  de  Sherburne,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  17).  C.iH.  re- 
ceived as  IS.  15  March.,  1664,  restored  21  Feb.  by  Bursar 
Floyd.  Possibly  William  Plowman,  B.A.  (Magdalen) 
25  Feb.  1668. 

William  Plowman,  Hector  of  Long  Bridy,  Dorset,  was  admitted 
5  July,  1701,  and  died  20  Oct.  1712.  (Hutchins,  II.  192.) 


J< 


John  Prowse.  fft.  16  March,  16J-J-  (fil.  Johannis  Prowse  de 
Hinton  St.  George,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  17).  (£.fH. 
received  as  Servitor  11  March,  1664,  restored  by  Bursar 
Whaley  23  Nov.  1668.  B.A.  29  Oct.  1668. 

Probably  John  Prowse  presented  to  the  Rectory  of  Pendomer, 
Somerset,  10  Nov.  1671,  where  he  was  buried  26  April,  1675. 


Richard    Satterly.       fH.    18   March,    16ff   (fil.    Gulielmi 
Satterly  de  Ide,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  18).     (£.£H.  received  as 
16  March,  1664,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury. 

8 


Wardens  35lant>fort>  an&  Jronstoe. 

1665. 

George  Baynard.  Admitted  £.  9  March,  1665  of  Clyffe, 
Dorset,  set.  17.  fH.  same  day  (fil.  Thomse  Baynard  de 
Clift,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  17).  B.A.  17  Dec.  1669.  M.A. 
27  June,  1672.  Resigned  &.  29  June,  1674. 

He  married  Elizabeth,  daughter  of  Dr.  John  Palmer,  Warden 
of  All  Souls.     (Wood,  Life,  p.  Iv). 
In  the  church  of  Tincleton,  Dorset,  is  a  monument : 

MS. 
Georgius  Baynard 

De  Cliffe.  arm. 
Filius  Thomse  Baynard 

Armigeri 

Decessit  23  Septembr. 

MDCXCIII. 

Monumentum 

Elizabetha  Uxor 

Hoc  posuit. 

Hutchins  II.  629. 


Nathaniel  Still.  OL  6  April,  1665.  m.  same  day  (fil. 
Johannis  Still  de  Shaston,  i.e.  Shaftesbury,  Dorcestr.  gen. 
set.  18).  &.JH.  received  same  day,  restored  by  Bursar 
Whaley  14  Oct.  ?  1668. 

Barrister-at-Law  of  the  Middle  Temple  ;  of  Clowdes  House, 
East  Knoyle,  Wilts :  buried  there  8  Oct.  1702.  (Hutchins, 
III.  74.) 

Edward  Combe.  OL  20  April,  1665.  fflL  6  April,  1665 
(fil.  Johannis  Combe  de  Daventry,  Northampton,  arm. 
set.  15).  <&M.  received  20  April,  1665,  restored  13  Oct. 


1665.]  WARDENS  BLANDFORD  AND  IRONSIDE. 259 

1666.      Admitted  £>.  28  Sept.  1666  of  Dantry,  North- 
ants,  aged  17. 

Gilbert  Glisson.  OL  3  May,  1665.  fft.  11  May,  1665  (fil. 
Johannis  Glisson  de  Marnhull,  Dorset,  mm.  set.  16). 
C.fH.  received  3  May,  1665,  restored  20  Nov.  1666. 
Admitted  <£.  of  Trinity  1667.  B.A.  (Trinity)  18  Feb. 
1668. 

Succeeded  his  father  as  Kector  of  Marnhull  1677  :  died  1736  : 
brother  of  John  Glisson  1662,  and  Thomas  Glisson  16§£. 

Nicholas  Hall.  (ft.  5  May,  1665.  fH.  same  day  (fil. 
Emanuelis  Hall  de  Birdford,  Devon,  pleb.  aat.  18).  &JH. 
received  same  day,  restored  8  May,  1674.  B.A.  11  Feb. 
1668.  M.A.  28  June,  1671.  B.D.  and  D.D.  6  July, 
1683.  He  was  Terra  filius  on  Monday  10  July,  1671 ; 
and  on  11  July  he  apologised  "for  having  yesterday 
sinned  against  bonos  mores  ct  hospitalitatis  jura,  in 
having  attacked  Cambridge  men,  and  especially  their 
distinguished  Vice  Chancellor." 

Prebendary  of  Exeter  29  Aug.  1672  ;  Sub-dean  17  March, 
16f|  ;  Treasurer  and  Canon  Residentiary  17  Nov.  1675. 
Rector  of  Stoke  in  Teignhead  and  Whitstone,  Devon,  in  1681 ; 
died  25  April,  1709,  and  was  buried  at  Faringdon,  Devon. 

John  Hungerford.  <£.  24  May,  1665.  fH.  6  June,  1665 
(fil.  Thornse  Hungerford  de  Black  lands,  Wilts,  gen.  set. 
— ).  (£.£H.  received  24  May,  1665,  restored  by  Bursar 
Luck  ?  1665  or  1670. 

He  entered  the   Temple,   and   died   s.p.m.    1681.      (Hoare's 

Hung  erf urdiana.} 

Stephen  Bate.  (ft.  (Baty)  15  July,  1665.  fH.  same  day 
(fil.  Richardi  Bate  de  Lydd  Cant.  gen.  set.  16).  C.Jft, 
received  same  day,  restored  17  April,  1669.  B.A.  (Hart 
Hall)  27  April,  1669.  M.A.  4  July,  1671. 

Stephen  Bate  was  Rector  of  Horsemonden,  Kent,  for  fifty-one 
years,  to  which  church  he  presented  a  brass  chandelier,  1703, 
which  hangs  in  the  Chancel.  Died  22  Oct.  1724. 

Edward  Bridges.  OL  20  Oct.  1665.  fH.  16  March,  16 Jf- 
(fil.  natu  minor  Dni  Thomse  Bridge  de  Kaimshad,  i.e. 

s  2 


260WARDENS  BLANDFORD  AND  IRONSIDE. [1665. 

Keynsham,  Somerset,  eq.  set.  17).  &.JH.  received  24  Oct. 
1665,  restored  26  Dec.  1666. 

He  was  the  third  son,  and  is  buried  at  Keynsham  with  a  flat 
stone  near  the  altar  with  this  inscription  :  "  Here  lyeth  the 
body  of  Edward  Bridges,  Esq.,  sjn  of  Sir  Thomas  Bridges  and 
Anne  his  wife,  who  died  1  Nov.  1678." 

William  Davys,  (ft.  17  Jan.  16 1|.  CJB.  received  same 
day,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury. 

Joseph  Lavington.  <E.  15  Feb.  16ff.  IE.  6  April,  1665 
(fil.  Richardi  Lavington  de  Stanton  Barnard,  Wilton, 
pleb.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  IS.  8  June,  1665,  in- 
creased to  (ft.  15  Feb.  16ff,  restored  13  Oct.  1668. 
B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  11  Feb.  1668. 

Probably  Joseph  Lavington,  Kector  of  Bleadon,  Somerset, 
11  Aug.  1675,  resigned  1680. 

Charles  Godolphin.  OL  26  Feb.  16ff  Cornwall,  m. 
16  March,  16ff  (fil.  natu  min.  Dni  Francisci  Godolphin 
de  Godolphin,  Cornub.  eq.  de  Balneo,  a3t.  15).  (£JH.  re- 
ceived 26  Feb.  16|-|-,  restored  2  April,  1659  (sic,  but 
?  1669). 

Subsequently  M.P.  for  Helston  16f£,  and  throughout  the  reigns 
of  James  II.  and  William  III.  Commissioner  of  Customs  and 
Eegister  General  of  Trading  Ships.  He  died  10  July,  1720, 
and  has  a  monument  on  the  West  side  of  the  Cloisters  of  West- 
minster Abbey  ;  recording  his  devotion  to  the  service  of  his 
country,  and  his  foundation  of  an  educational  charity  for 
young  gentlewomen : 

Here  rest  in  hope  of  a  blessed  Eesurrection  Charles  Godolphin, 
Esq.,  brother  to  the  Eight  Honourable  Sidney,  Earl  of  Godol- 
phin, Lord  High  Treasurer  of  Great  Britain,  who  died  July  10, 
1720,  aged  69,  and  Mrs.  Godolphin  his  wife,  who  died  July  26, 
1726,  aged  63,  whose  excellent  qualities  and  endowments  can 
never  be  forgotten.  Particularly  the  publick  spirited  zeal  with 
which  he  served  his  country  in  Parliament,  and  the  in- 
defatigable application,  great  skill,  and  nice  integrity,  with 
which  he  discharged  the  trust  of  a  Commissioner  of  the 
Customs  for  many  years.  Nor  was  she  less  eminent  for  her 
ingenuity,  wit,  sincere  love  of  her  friends,  and  constancy  in 


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religious  worship.  But  as  charity  and  benevolence  were  the 
distinguishing  parts  of  their  characters,  so  were  they  most 
conspicuously  display'd  by  the  last  act  of  their  lives,  a  pious 
and  charitable  institution  by  him  designed  and  ordered,  and 
by  her  compleated  to  the  glory  of  God,  and  for  a  bright 
example  to  mankind. 

He  was  brother  of  Henry  Godolphin  1664,  and  of  Edward 
Godolphin  lt>75. 

Edward  Mallet.  (ft.  3  March,  16ff,  M.  30  March,  1666 
(gen.  fil.).  (JC.JH.  received  3  March,  16ff,  restored 
22  Feb.  1668. 

Thomas  Paule.  (ft.  3  March,  16ff.  Jft.  9  March,  16f| 
(fil.  Matthsei  Paule  de  Furland,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18). 
C.fH.  received  8  March,  16ff,  restored  17  April,  1669; 
replaced  19  April,  1669,  again  restored  10  July,  1672. 
B.A.  (Paull)  19  Oct.  1669.  M.A.  15  June,  1672.  He 
was  buried  in  the  Chapel ;  either  dying  or  being  buried 
2  Nov.  1672. 

Thomas  Chapman,  (ft.  14  March,  16ff.  fH.  16  March, 
16ff  (fil.  Johannis  Chapman  de  Chard,  Somerset,  pleb. 
set.  15).  (£JH.  received  14  March,  16-f-f-,  restored 
17  April,  1669;  replaced  19  April,  1669,  restored 
10  July,  1672.  B.A.  19  Oct.  1669.  M.A.  15  June, 
1672. 

Nicholas  Richards,  (ft.  17  March,  16ff,  Dorset.  M. 
30  March,  1666  (fil.  Johannis  Richards,  de  Abbotsbury, 
Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  17),  but  on  17  July,  1669,  "mutavit 
matriculationem  ad  fil.  generosi  a  fil.  pleb."  (£.fl£L  re- 
ceived 17  March,  16f  §-,  restored  17  Sept.  1676.  B.A. 
19  Oct.  1669.  M.A.  15  June,  1672. 


Pyne.  (2T.£H.  received  as  $5.  23  Feb.  1665,  taken  up  for 
Battels  29  Oct,  1666.  Possibly  Charles  Pyne  J«L  (New 
Inn  Hall)  7  July,  1665  (fil.  Thomse  Pyne  de  Bristol, 
pleb.  83 1.  15). 


262WARDENS  BLANDFORD  AND  IRONSIDE.[1665. 

Edward  Capell.  fR.  13  May,  1665  (fil.  Honoratissini 
Arthur!  Dm  Capell,  Baronis  de  Hadham,  Harf.,  i.e. 
Herts,  set.  16).  Created  M.A.  8  Sept.  1665. 

Son  of  Lord  Capel,  who  was  beheaded  in  16ff,  and  younger 
brother  of  the  Earl  of  Essex,  who  died  in  the  Tower  1C83  :  he 
died  unmarried. 

Samuel  Dicks.  fflL  6  June,  1665  (fil.  Johannis  Dicks,  de 
Crediton,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  — ).  (£.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  11  July,  1665,  restored  7  Nov.  1668.  B.A. 
(St.  Mary  Hall)  13  May,  1669. 

George  Stoodly.  JK.  7  July,  1665  (fil.  Christopher! 
Stoodly  de  Beminster,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  aet.  16).  (fTjSu  re- 
ceived as  OL  26  March,  1665,  restored  24  Oct.  1666. 

John  Hodder.  m.  1  March,  16|-f  (fil.  Johannis  Hodder  de 
Thorncombe,  Devon,  min.  set.  15).  (C.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
16  Nov.  1666,  restored  3  Aug.  1671.  B.A.  19  Oct.  1669. 
M.A.  (Exeter)  7  June,  1672. 

He  was  born  at  Whichurch,  Dorset,  and  admitted  £.  of  Exeter 
1  July,  1671  :  died  6  March,  16|f. 

John  Paull.  m.  9  March,  16ff  (fil.  Henrici  Paull  de 
Newnham,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  19). 

John  Stuckey.  m.  16  March,  16f|  (fil.  Rogeri  Stuckey  de 
Crookhorne,  Somerset,  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  16).  C.JH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  28  March,  1665  (?  1666),  restored 
16  Sept.  1671.  B.A.  19  Oct.  1669. 

One  John  Stuckey  was  Vicar  of  Chilthorn  Dormer,  20  Sept. 
1675  ;  died  about  1692. 


Marbcn 


1666. 

John  Sweeting.  Admitted  &.  28  Sept.  1666  of  Sanford 
Brett,  Somerset,  aged  18.  ffi.  (Alban  Hall)  9  March, 
16-J--J-  (fil.  Johannis  Sweeting,  pleb.  as  above).  B.A. 
26  Oct.  1670.  M.A.  4  June,  1673.  Resigned  Sb. 
14  Jan.  16JJ. 


Thomas  Jermyn.     Jf.<&.  18  April,  1666. 

Bartholomew  Beal.  $.<&.  23  April,  1666.  f&.  (Beale) 
14  July,  1666  (fil.  Henrici  Beale  de  Walton,  Buck,  arm. 
set.  16).  ODJK.  received  23  April,  1666. 

Robert  Codrington.  Jf.<&.  4  May,  1666  (Gloucestr.).  ffl. 
13  Oct.  1666  (fil.  Johannis  Codrington  de  Didmarton, 
Gloucestr.  arm.  set.  16).  £Jft.  received  4  May,  1666, 
restored  5  Sept.  1667. 

George  Speak.  JfM.  20  May,  1666  (Somerset),  ftt.  9  July, 
1666  (fil.  Georgii  Speak  de  White  Lackington,  Somerset, 
arm.  set.  19).  C.iWL  received  10  May,  1666,  restored 
16  Nov.  1668. 

Said  to  have  died  1668,  aged  24  (?  21) :  brother  of  John  Speke, 
see  below. 


Morgan  Randill.  JfM.  8  July,  1666.  ffi.  (Randyll) 
9  July,  1666  (fil.  Vincentii  Randyll  de  Chilworth,  SUIT. 
arm.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  3  Dec.  1666,  restored 
1  Nov.  1670. 

Born  7  Oct.  1649,  married  Anne,  daughter  of  Sir  Thomas 
Gould,  alderman,  1679  (M.  and  B.).  Donor  of  Plate  to  the 
College. 


264  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1666 

Richard  Newman.  ,#.<£.  24  Jan.  16ff  (Dorcestr.).  M. 
29  March,  1667  (fil.  Richardi  Newman  de  Fifehead, 
Dorcestr.  arm.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  25  Jan.  16ff , 
restored  20  Aug.  1669. 

Afterwards  Sir  Kichard  Newman,  Bart.,  created  20  Dec.  1699, 
died  30  Dec.  1721  ;  buried  at  Fyfehead  Magdalen. 


Thomas  Gibbons.  0!.  27  March,  1666.  fE.  (Gibbon) 
30  March,  1666  (fil.  Thomas  Gibbon  de  Whitston,  Devon, 
gen.  set.  16).  &M.  received  27  March,  1665  (1666), 
restored  20  April,  1668. 

James  Pope.  OL  3  April,  1666,  Dorset.  fH.  6  April, 
1666  (fil.  Jacobi  Pope  de  MeJbury  Abbotts,  Dorcestr.  min. 
set.  17).  C.fH.  received  3  April,  1666,  restored  29  March, 
1673  to  his  brother  William  Pope.  B.A.  19  Oct.  1669. 
M.A.  15  June,  1672.  21  Nov.  1672,  is  the  date  either 
of  his  death  or  of  his  burial  in  the  College  Chapel. 

John  Bartlett.  OL  10  April,  1666.  m.  6  April,  1666  (fil. 
Ellis  Bartlett  de  Branscombe,  Devon,  gen.  aet.  17).  C.fft. 
received  as  Servitor  10  April,  1666,  restored  5  May, 
1670.  B.A.  19  Oct.  1669. 


Michael  Newnham.     <&.  7  May,  1666.     fH.  26  Oct.  1666, 
(fil.  Michaelis  Newnham  de  Iver,  Buck.  gen.  set.  16). 
.  received  27  May,  1666,  restored  29  July,  1668. 


William  Harding.  OL  13  July,  1666.  m.  13  July,  1666 
(fil.  Gulielmi  Harding  de  Colepart,  Wilton,  pleb.  set.  18). 
C.ilE.  received  13  July,  1666,  restored  by  Bursar  Jeamson 
23  Oct.  (?  1667  or  1669). 

Elizeus  Baron.  <&.  9  Oct.  1666.  JH.  23  Nov.  1666  (fil. 
Johannis  Baron  de  Egloskerry,  Cornub.  gen.  set.  18).  Ad- 
mitted S>.  27  Sept.  1667  of  Egloskerry,  aged  18.  &.£H. 
restored  25  Nov.  by  Bursar  Jeamson  1667.  Resigned 
g>.  27  Sept.  1669. 


1666.] 


WARDEN     IRONSIDE. 


265 


John  Bearcroft.  4L  19  Jan.  16ff,  Worcester.  fft. 
18  Jan.  16 §f  (fil.  Johannis  Bearcroft  de  Hanbury, 
"Vigorn.  gen.  set.  17).  &JH.  received  25  April,  1667, 
restored  by  Bursar  Thornton  30  July  (?  1674).  B.A. 
26  Oct.  1670.  M.A.  4  June,  1673. 

Robert  Nicholls.  OL  8  Feb.  16ff-,  Dorcestr.  fH.  29  March, 
1667  (fil.  Richardi  Nicholls  de  Orchard,  Dorcestr. 
pleb.  set.  18).  £.fft.  received  11  Feb.  16ff,  restored 
"2  April,  1668. 

Richard  Bampfylde.  OL  13  Feb.  16ff,  Devon.  fH. 
13  Dec.  1667  (fil.  Johannis  Bampfylde  de  Poltimore, 
Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  &.M.  received  8  Nov.  1667,  restored 
1  Nov.  1670. 


John  Warr.  (ft.  7  March,  16ff,  Dorset.  fH.  8  March, 
16ff-  (fil.  Johannis  Warr  de  Yetminster,  Dorcestr.  pleb. 
a3t.  17).  C.IH.  received  8  March,  16ff,  restored  16  March, 
16-||-  by  Bursar  Floyd. 


Robert  Hayne.    OL  7  March,  16  Jf    fH.  8  March.  16|f  (fil. 
^Egidii  Hayne  de  Yeovill,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17). 
received  8  March,  16ff,  restored  8  Oct.  1670. 


John  Gary.  OL  21  March,  16ff,  Somerset.  fH.  29  March, 
1667  (fil.  Johannis  Gary  de  Yeovill,  Somerset,  pleb.  83  1. 
18).  C.fH.  received  22  March,  16|-f,  restored  by  Bursar 
Floyd  20  Aug.  1670  or  1673. 


Thomas  Jennings.    <2T.£H.  received  as  Jf.(&.  16  April,  1666, 
restored  24  Oct.  1666. 


William  Whiteare.  fH.  30  March,  1666  (fil.  Thomas 
Whiteare  de  Sarisbury,  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  16).  C.fH, 
received  as  Servitor  26  April,  1666,  restored  11  July, 
1671.  B.A.  19  Oct.  1669. 


266  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1666. 

Stephen  Ward.  m.  30  March,  1666  (fil.  Richardi  Ward  de 
Knighton,  Dorset,  pauperis,  set.  — ).  CJtt.  received  as 
Servitor  22  Feb.  16f  -f-,  restored  by  Bursar  Jeamson. 

Lucas  Cock.  ffi.  30  March,  1666  (fil.  Lucse  Cock  de 
Plimouth,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  $3. 
14  March,  1665,  restored  17  May,  1666,  when  he  signs 
as  Cocks. 

William  Hunt.  fH.  30  March,  1666  (fil.  Gulielmi  Hunt  de 
Ilmister  (?)  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18).  (EJK.  received  as 
33.  3  April,  1666,  increased  to  OL  13  Dec.  1669.  B.A. 
19  Oct.  1669.  M.A.  15  June,  1672. 

Thomas  Lessey.  M.  30  March,  1666  (fil.  Reginaldi  Lessey 
de  Dungate  ?  Donyate,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  16). 
CJft.  received  3  April,  1666,  restored  by  Bursar  Whaley. 
Admitted  £.  25  Sept.  1668  of  Dungate,  Somerset,  aged 
18.  B.A.  26  Oct.  1670.  M.A.  12  Oct.  1672.  Admitted 
Jf.  3  July,  1672.  Elected  Sub-Dean  1671 ;  Humanity 
Lecturer  1672;  Catechist  1673,  1676;  Dean  1675; 
Bursar  1677;  Librarian  1678. 

One  Thomas  Lessey  was  Prebendary  of  Warminster  (Sarum) 
from  28  May,  1687,  which  was  vacant  in  1726,  and  Rector  of 
Lydeard  St.  Lawrence  from  13  June,  1687,  till  his  death  in 
1724  :  also  presented  to  the  Rectory  of  Odcombe,  Somerset, 
15  Nov.  1708. 

John  Speke.  ffi.  6  April,  1666  (fil.  Georgii  Speke  de  White 
Lackington,  Somerset,  arm.  set.  14).  (&M.  received  as 
(ft.  26  April,  1666,  restored  by  Bursar  Floyd  20  April. 

Third  son  and  eventually  heir  to  his  father.  Brother  of  George 
Speke,  see  above. 

Charles  Tarlton.  |H.  9  July,  1666  (fil.  Johannis  Tarlton 
de  Wemworthy,  Devon,  min.  set.  16).  CJH.  received  as 
13.  3  July,  1666,  increased  to  (ft.  8  Sept.  1670,  restored 
27  June,  1671.  B.A.  22  April,  1670.  Admitted  Jf.  of 
Exeter  25  June,  1671.  M.A.  16  Jan.  1672. 

Resigned  JF.  1677  :  subsequently  Rector  of  Bicton,  Devon. 
(Boase,  p.  77). 


1666.] 


WARDEN     IRONSIDE. 


267 


John  Small.  fft.  9  July,  1666  (fil.  Johannis  Small  de 
Dulwich,  SUIT,  pauperis,  set.  18).  (£.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  3  July,  1666,  restored  by  Bursar  Freke  (?). 
B.A.  (Alban  Hall)  30  June,  1671. 

Joseph  Aunger.  lift.  13  July,  1666  (fil.  Johannis  Aunger 
de  Golders,  Bercher,  pauperis,  set.  18).  Buried  in  the 
Outer  College  Chapel  8  Aug.  1668,  with  inscription 
J.  A.  1668  (Wood  MS.  where  the  name  is  spelt  Aungier). 

Samuel  Wells,  ffl.  13  Oct.  1666  (fil.  Stephani  Wells  de 
Oxon.  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  18).  C.fft.  received  as  Servitor 
13  Aug.  1666. 

Robert  Waad.  fH.  13  Oct.  1666  (fil.  Johannis  Waad  de 
Martinstowne,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  16).  (£.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  9  Oct.  1666,  restored  26  Oct.  by 
Bursar  Whaley  (1668  ?).  B.A.  28  June,  1670. 

John  Howard.  JH.  17  Dec.  1666  (fil.  Roberti  Howard  de 
Gilsborough,  Northampton,  pleb.  pauperis,  set.  19).  C.fH. 
received  as  Servitor  23  Nov.  1666,  increased  to  (&. 
2  March,  1670 ;  restored  by  Bursar  Bury.  B.A.  9  July, 
1670.  M.A.  4  June,  1673. 

Eector  of  Marston  Trussel,  Northants  :  published  a  sermon  on 
"  The  True  Interest  of  a  Nation/'  1692. 

William  Soper.  fil.  8  March,  16ff  (fil.  Jacobi  Soper  de 
Highborough,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  17).  CJflL  received 
as  IS.  17  Jan.  16|4,  increased  to  (ft.  7  March,  1670, 
restored  2  March,  16ff.  B.A.  26  Oct.  1670.  M.A. 
4  June,  1673. 

John  Sharp,  ffl.  8  March,  16|f  (fil.  Kichardi  Sharp  de 
Waisford,  i.e.  Wayford,  Somerset,  min.  set.  19).  C.fH. 
received  as  $$.  8  March,  16ff,  restored  27  July,  1669. 

Possibly  John  Sharp,  Vicar  of  Seaburrow,  Somerset,  31  March, 

1671. 


268  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1667. 


1667. 

William  Over.  Admitted  g>.  27  Sept.  1667  of  Winton, 
Southants,  aged  18.  B.A.  7  Dec.  1669.  M.A.  27  June, 
1672.  Elected  Moderator  Novse  Classis  6  Dec.  1670. 

William  Over  of  Winchester,  who  died  1701,  left  the  residue  of 
his  estate  for  the  establishment  of  a  free  school  for  twenty-four 
poor  boys  who  were  to  be  instructed  so  as  to  be  fit  for  ap- 
prenticeship to  tradesmen.  He  prohibited  the  appointment  of 
a  Welshman,  Scotchman,  Irishman,  foreigner  or  north  country- 
man, as  master,  that  his  scholars  might  not  be  corrupted  in 
their  youth  by  a  vicious  pronunciation,  nor  taught  barbarous 
English.  (Woodward  I,  258.) 


Edward  Clarke.  JfM.  30  March,  1667.  JH.  same  day 
(fil.  Edvardi  Clarke  de  Chipley,  Somerset,  arm.  set.  16). 
«D.fH.  received  12  April,  1667,  restored  20  Feb.  1669. 

Evidently  of  Chipley,  near  Milverton,  son  of  Edward  Clarke 
and  Elizabeth,  eldest  daughter  and  heir  of  William  Lottisham  : 
his  daughter  Anne  carried  the  Warre  estates  into  the  Sanford 
family. 

Richard  Mallack.  $.<&.  7  May,  1667.  4H.  3  May,  1667 
(fil.  Rogeri  Mallack  de  Exon.  arm.  set.  17).  £.iH.  re- 
ceived 7  March,  1667,  restored  28  April,  1669. 

Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

John  Arundel.  JfM.  9  June,  1667  (fil.  unicus  Dni  Arundel, 
Cornub.).  fH.  13  June,  1667  (fil.  unicus  honoratissimi 
Dni  Richardi  Arundel,  Baronis  de  Trerise  in  Com. 
Cornub.  set.  18).  &.fft.  received  12  June,  1667,  restored 
to  William  James  12  Aug.  1668. 

Succeeded  his  father  as  second  Lord  Arundel  of  Trerice  1688, 
married  first,  Margaret,  daughter  and  heiress  of  Sir  John 
Ackland  of  Columb  John,  and  secondly,  Barbara,  daughter  of 
Sir  Henry  Slingsby  of  Yorkshire;  died  27  Sept.  ?  1697. 
Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 


1667.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  269 

William  James.  $.<&.  9  June,  1667.  C.fH.  received 
12  June,  1667,  restored  with  John  Arundel's  12  Aug. 
1668. 

Probably  James  Arundel's  tutor. 

Robert  Morley.  J^.OL  9  July,  1667.  m.  17  Dec.  1667 
(fil.  Herberti  Morley  de  Glinde,  Sussex,  arm.  set.  17). 
CTJH.  received  11  July,  1667,  restored  25  Oct.  1668. 

"  Obiit  Coelebs  1770,"  says  Horsfield  ?  1670  :  brother  of  William 
Morley  1668. 

John  French.  $M.  26  Sept.  1667.  ft.  17  Dec.  1667  (fil. 
Stephani  French  de  Lewes,  Sussex  ;  arm.  set.  18).  C.fH, 
received  1  Oct.  1667.  He  was  buried  in  the  College 
Chapel  20  March,  16f-§-.  His  monument  still  remains 
on  the  West  Wall,  at  the  North  End,  in  the  Ante 
Chapel,  with  this  inscription : 

Memorise  Sacrum 

Est  hoc  monumentum  Johannis  French  armigeri,  filii 
Stephani  French  arm.  et  hujus  Collegii  Commensalis, 
nati  apud  Stream  de  Chitting] e  in  Comitatu  Sussexise 
A.D.  1648  qui  exanthematum  morbo  laborans  vicesimo 
setatis  suse  anno  obiit  A.D.  1668. 

William  Massingberd  (Masingbeard).  JfM.  12  March, 
16  «i-  ft.  13  March,  16||-  (fil.  Dni  Henrici  Massingberd 
de  Bentoft  Hall,  Lincoln,  baronetti,  set.  18).  <&M. 
received  18  March,  16f|?  restored  24  March,  1669. 

He  was  son  of  Sir  Henry  Massingberd  of  Bratosthall,  Line, 
by  his  second  wife  Anne,  daughter  of  William  Evans  of 
London,  and  succeeded  his  father,  Sept.  1680  ;  he  married 
Elizabeth,  daughter  of  Richard  Wynne  of  London,  and  died 
about  1719,  aged  70. 


Joseph  Hooper.     <&.  7  May,  1667.     M.  23  May,  1667  (fil. 
Edmundi    Hooper   de   Plimouth,  Devon,    gen.   a3t.   17). 
.  received  9  'May,  1667,  restored  17  Jan.  16f|-. 


Oeorge  Barber.     OL  20  May,  1667.     »  23  May,  1667  (fil. 
Roberti  Barber  de  Ashmore,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  17). 


270  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1667. 

received  15  May,  1667,  taken  up  for  Battels  21  June, 

1669. 

The  Barbers  were  connected  with  the  Wyndhams  and  the 
Mansels  of  Glamorgan :  George  Barber  is  buried  with  his 
ancestors  at  Ashmoore,  with  this  inscription  :  "  Here  also  lyeth 
George  Barber,  Esqr.,  eldest  son  of  ye  above  said  Robert  and 
Anne,  daughter  of  Sr  Robert  Seyner  of  Hanf'ord.  She  is 
buried  here  also.  He  died  July  ye  14,  1718." 

Benjamin  Hill.     OL  25  June,  1667. 

John  Ryves.  <B.  15  Aug.  1667.  fH.  6  Dec.  1667  (fil. 
Robert!  Ryves  de  Fifield,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  19).  C.£H. 
received  14  Aug.  1667,  restored  by  Bursar  Whaley 

26  Dec.  ?  1668. 

James  Acton.     OL  31  Aug.  1667.     fH.  10  Dec.  1667  (fil. 

Edvardi  Acton  de  Bassingstoke,  Hampton,  gen.  set.  18). 

C.fH.  received  5  Feb.  1667,  restored  17  Nov.  1669. 

James  Acton  founded  certain  almshouses  in  Flexpool  Street, 
Basingstoke,  in  the  seventeenth  century.  (Woodward,  III. 
238.) 

Edward  Acton.  OL  31  Aug.  1667.  m.  10  Dec.  1667  (fil. 
Edvardi  Acton  de  Bassingstoke,  Hampton,  gen.  set.  16). 
C.fH.  received  5  Feb.  1667,  restored  3  April,  1674.  B.A. 

27  June,  1671.     M.A.  (Hart  Hall)  9  May,  1674. 
Probably  father  of  James  Acton  17§f. 

Samuel  Ironside.  (St.  3  Sept.  1667.  €M.  received 
12  Nov.  1667,  restored  18  June,  1668. 

Probably  son  of  Richard  Ironside  of  Eickmansworth. 

Richard  Appleford.  4L  3  Oct.  1667.  £H.  6  Dec.  1667  (fil. 
Caroli  Appleford  de  Chilboulton,  Hert,  min.  set.  15). 
onjtt.  received  21  Nov.  1667.  Buried  in  the  College 
Chapel  29  Aug.  1668,  where  there  was  a  stone  marked 
R.  A.  1668,  supposed  by  Wood  to  be  his. 

Francis  Surges,     (ft.  (?  Henry)  20  Oct.  1667.    fSL.  13  Dec. 
1667  (fil.  Francisci  Burges  de  Truro,  Cornub.  gen.  set.  18). 
received  12  Oct.  1667,  restored  19  May  by  Bursar 


1667.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  271 

Floyd.  Admitted  &.  24  Sept.  1670  of  Colomb-major, 
Cornwall,  aged  19.  B  A,  10  June,  1672.  On  26  June, 
1674,  he  was  "amotus  propter  absentiam." 

Thomas  Pynny.  OL  31  Oct.  1667.  »  1  Nov.  1667  (fil. 
Johannis  Pynny  de  Heywood,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  15). 
C.fH.  received  5  Nov.  1667,  restored  7  April,  1669. 

Arthur  Parsons.  4L  2  Nov.  1667.  fft.  1  Nov.  1667  (fil. 
Arthuri  Parsons  de  Hill  Bishops,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17). 
C.fH.  received  2  March,  1667. 

George  Darby.  <&.  7  Feb.  16JJ-  flj.  13  March,  16ff  (fil. 
Georgii  Darby  de  Rode,  Somerset,  pleb.  aet.  18).  <£.fH. 
received  8  Feb.  16f-J,  restored  by  Bursar  Whaley 
14  Oct. 

Hugh  Knight,  (ft.  7  Feb.  16£f  iH.  13  March,  16f|-  (fil. 
Gulielmi  Knight  de  Kingstone,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18). 
(£JH.  received  15  Feb.  16||-,  paid  over  to  Ed.  Acton 
14  Feb.  1672.  B.A.  30  Oct.  1671.  Buried  in  the 
College  Chapel  12  Oct.  1672. 

Probably  lie  is  the  Hugh  Knight,  A.B.,  who  was  presented  to 
the  Vicarage  of  Wembdon,  Somerset,  28  Nov.  1671,  by  William 
Knight  of  Kingstone  :  it  was  vacant  by  5  Nov.  1672. 

John  Burridge.  <E.  6  March,  16£f  M.  13  March,  16  JJ- 
(fil.  Koberti  Burridge  de  Lime,  Dorset,  gen.  a?t.  18). 
C.fflL  received  6  March,  16f|,  restored  1  Nov.  1669. 

Died  6  Sept.  1733,  aged  82,  and  is  buried  at  Lyme  Eegis.  He 
represented  Lyme  in  the  Convention  Parliament  1688,  and  in 
divers  succeeding  Parliaments  with  great  honour  and  faithful- 
ness, and  was  also  chosen  thrice  Mayor  of  the  town.  (Hutchins, 
II.  75.) 

Robert  Fry.  OL  12  March,  16f|.  ffl.  14  March,  16££  (fil. 
Roberti  Fry  de  Ewern  Minster,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  17). 
<£.iH.  received  12  March,  IGf-J-,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury 
26  Sept.  to  Stephen  Fry :  probably  to  Stephen  Fry,  B.A. 
of  Trinity,  1672. 


272  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1667. 

Robert  Turner.  OL  14  March,  1667.  fft.  same  day  (fil. 
Robert!  Turner  de  Chardstock,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  19). 
OCJtt.  received  15  March,  16£J,  restored  28  May,  1669. 


Aaron  Baker.  $$.  20  March,  16f|.  ffl.  10  April,  1668 
(fil.  Johannis  Baker  de  Alfmgton,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  16). 
(£JH.  received  as  Il3.  18  March,  16f|-,  increased  to  <&. 
27  Oct.  1670,  restored  28  April,  1675.  B.A.  16  Oct. 
1671.  M.A.  25  June,  1674. 

Wood  says  he  was  a  preacher  near  Putney,  and  was  beneficed 
in  Devon  ;  author  of  a  sermon  "  Achitophel  befooled  "  1678. 
Probably  Hector  of  Alvington,  Devon  :  if  so,  father  of  Aaron 
Baker  1698,  John  Baker  1707,  and  Anthony  Baker  1715. 


Lewis  (?)  Williams.  OT.fE.  received  as  i3.  19  Nov.  1667, 
restored  by  Bursar  Whaley ;  but  the  signature  is 
illegible. 


Henry  Towning.  |H.  29  March,  1667  (fil.  Roberti  Towning 
de  Wilsham,  ?  Winsham,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18).  C.fE. 
received  as  $3*  8  March,  1666,  paid  over  26  Aug.  by 
Bursar  Floyd. 

Enoch  Sambee.  fH.  17  May,  1667  (fil.  Johannis  Sambee 
de  Londin,  pauperis,  set.  16).  C.fBL  received  as  Servitor 
13  June,  1667,  restored  by  Bursar  Luck. 

Joseph  Crofts,  fft.  17  May,  1667  (fil.  Johannis  Crofts  de 
Pincknole,  i.e.  Puncknoll,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  get.  19).  C.fH, 
received  6  April,  1664,  restored  by  Bursar  Jeamson. 

John  Crofts  was  Rector  of  Puncknoll  44  years,  and  died  in 

1682. 

Nicholas  Laskey.  fH.  23  May,  1667  (fil  Henrici  Laskey 
de  Hevitree,  Devon,  pauperis,  a3t.  17).  C.jffi.  received  as 
Servitor  8  May,  1667,  restored  3  Feb.  1668. 


1667-68.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  273 

William  Wayte.  fa.  13  Dec.  1667  (fil.  Thorn®  Wayte  de 
South vvark,  pauperis,  set.  18).  C.ffl.  received  as  Servitor 
12  Nov.  1667,  paid  over  24  Jan.  1669.  B.A.  (Glouc. 
Hall)  6  July,  1671. 

Hugh  Welch,  fa.  13  March,  IGfJ  (fil.  H.  M.,  sic,  de 
Chard,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  18).  <£.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  3  March,  16|i,  restored  10  Oct.  1671.  B.A. 
(Hugh  Welsh  of  Hart  Hall)  16  Oct.  1671. 

Probably  Vicar  of  Closworth,  Somerset,  from  2  July,  1680,  till 
his  death  2  May,  1682. 

Thomas  Bowditch.  £E.  13  March,  16f|  (fil.  Johannis 
Bowditch  de  Whitchurch,  Dorcestr.  pauperis.  set.  18). 
&.fH.  received  as  Servitor  3  Feb.  1667,  paid  over  5  July, 
1670. 


1668. 

William  Shortgrave.  Admitted  £.  25  Sept.  1668  of 
Harlston,  Northants,  a^ed  18.  fa.  (Ch.  Ch.)  11  July, 
1665  (fil.  Gulielmi  Shortgrave  de  Harlstone,  North- 
ampton, min.  set.  17).  B.A.  26  Oct.  1670.  M.A.  4  June, 
1673.  Admitted  J.  3  July,  1673.  He  was  elected 
Moderator  Novae  Classis  1671 ;  Sub-Dean  1672  ;  Human- 
ity Lecturer  1673 ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1674  ; 
Catechist  1675  ;  Dean  (vice  Flectcher  deceased)  8  Jan. 
16fy.  He  resigned  his  Jf.  in  June,  1681. 

He  was  the  second  son  of  William  Shortgrave  by  Grace  Morley, 
(died  1656)  youngest  daughter  of  the  previous  Rector.  He 
succeeded  his  father  William  Shortgrave  as  Rector  of  Harleston 
15  May,  1682,  and  was  buried  there  12  April,  1710.  Fur  his 
son  Robert,  see  1705  ;  though  he  is  there  described  as  son  of 
Geo.  Shortgrave,  Cleric,  of  Harleston,  an  evident  mistake  for 
Gul.  Shortgrave. 

Henry  Toope.  <£.  9  May,  1668.  fa.  5  June,  ]668  (fil. 
Henrici  Toope  de  Purbeak,  Dorcestr.  gen.  aBt.  18).  &J& 
received  16  May,  1668,  restored  12  Nov.  1669. 


274  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1668. 

John  Strode.     <£.  18  May,  1668.     JH.  12  Aug.  1668  (fil. 
Dni  Johannis  Strode  de  Parnham,  Dorcestr,  eq.  set.  17). 
.  received  21  May,  1668,  restored  8  Feb.  1669. 

He  married  the  daughter  of  a  cleric  of  Northants  named  Hoth, 
and  died  s.p. 


Anthony  Rogers.  OL  22  May,  1668.  £.fH.  received 
22  May,  1668,  restored  by  Bursar  Lessey  27  Jan.  ?  1677. 
B.A.  27  April,  1672.  M.A.  19  Jan.  1674. 

With  this  entry  the  "  Registrum  "  (B)  concludes  for  a 
time  and  remains  without  a  note  till  30  June,  1719. 
For  Fellow  Commoners,  Commoners,  Batellars  and 
Servitors,  it  is  necessary  to  fall  back  upon  the  Caution 
Books  and  the  University  Matriculations  :  and  I  shall 
observe  the  order  of  the  latter.  The  Register  of  Founda- 
tioners (A)  still  continues  available  up  to  1694. 

William  Abel.  <&M.  received  as  dF.OL  8  July,  1668, 
restored  by  Bursar  Whaley  1  Sept.  ?  1668. 

John  Morton.  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  27  July,  1668, 
taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Gould.  B.A.  30  Oct. 
1671. 

Ds.  Rives.  CJH.  received  as  (&.  6  Oct.  1668,  taken  up  for 
Battels  18  April,  1678. 

(I  can  find  no  Elves,  B.A.  at  this  time.) 

Hugh  Bonvoy.  (EJH.  received  as  JfM.  13  March,  16f  f- 
restored  7  April,  1670.  m.  (Magd.)  15  Oct.  1668  (fil- 
Nicolai  Bonfoy  de  Eeling,  Middlesex,  arm.  set.  16). 

Nathaniel  Collier.  C.fH.  received  as  OL  19  March,  16  Jf, 
restored  15  Sept.  1673.  ffi.  (Ch.  Ch.)  23  Feb.  1665  (fil. 
.zEgidii  Collier  de  Blockley,  Vigorn.  min.  set.  16).  B.A. 
26  Oct.  1669.  M.A.  15  June,  1672. 


Charles  Barksdale.  fft.  17  April,  1668  (fil.  dementis 
Barksdale  de  Nounton,  Gloucestr.  min.  set.  — ).  Charlton 
Barksdale  was  B.A.  of  Magd.  30  June,  1671. 


1668.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  27', 

Henry  Glover.  £H.  13  July,  1GG8  (fil.  Henrici  Glover  de 
Shrowton,  Dorcestr.  min.  set.  16).  (£.£H.  received  as  (JL 
12  Sept.  1668,  taken  up  for  Battels  20  Oct.  1669.  B.A. 
27  April,  1672.  M.A.  6  Feb.  1674. 

John  Lacy.  £H.  18  July,  1668  (fil.  Gulielmi  Lacy  de 
Sto^umber,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  as 
<£.  10  June,  1668,  restored  3  June,  1670. 

Gilbert  Ironside.  £H.  18  July,  1668  (fil.  Radulphi  Ironside 
de  Longbridy,  Dorcestr.  min.  a3t.  17),  &.fH.  received  as 
t&.  13  July,  1668,  restored  2  Nov.  1660. 

One  Gilbert  Ironside  was  baptized  24  March,  1649,  and  died  at 
Long  Breedy  24  July,  1715. 

James  Harrison.  £H.  28  July,  1668  (fil.  Richard!  Harrison 
de  Hurst,  Bercher.,  gen.  set.  17).  (C.lfflL  received  as  (?L 
25  July,  1668,  restored  1  Nov.  1672. 

Robert  Harbin.  fH.  12  Aug.  1668  (fil.  Johannis  Harbin 
cle  Newton,  Somerset,  ami.  set.  18).  (£.fH.  received  as 
JF.&.  13  July,  1668. 

Died  vita  patris,  a  younger  brother  William  succeeding   in 

1672. 

William  Morley.  fH.  12  Aug.  1668  (fil.  Herbert!  Morley 
de  Glinde,  Sussex,  arm.  set.  14).  £Jft.  received  as  df.(!T. 
20  July,  1668,  restored  4  Nov.  1670. 

M.P.  for  Lewes  1678-1679  :  died  s.p.m.  The  widow  of 
William  Morley  of  Glynde,  conveyed  that  manor  on  her 
marriage,  about  1680,  to  John  Trevor,  brother  of  Robert  Morley 
1667. 

Thomas  Gorges.  fH.  11  Dec.  1668  (fil.  Thomae  Gorges  de 
Heavitree,  Devon,  arm.  set.  17).  C.iffiL  received  as 
01.  24  Oct.  1668,  restored  14  Feb.  16f  ?-. 

Solomon  Andrew.  £H.  11  Dec.  1668  (fil.  Solomonis  Andrew 
de  Lime,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  18).  C.fft.  received  31  July, 
16685  paid  over  20  July,  1669. 

The  father  was  merchant,  and  three  times  Mayor  of  Lime. 

T   2 


276  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1668. 

John  Raymond.  £H.  11  Dec.  1668  (fil.  Sainuelis  Raymond 
de  Oke,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  &JH.  received  as  (*L 
17  Nov.  1668,  restored  18  May,  1670  :  again  received  as 
Servitor  12  Nov.  1672,  restored  by  Bursar  Thornton 
12  April  ?  1676  :  again  received  as  OL  10  May,  1676, 
restored  29  Nov.  by  Bursar  Freke.  B.A.  6  April,  1676. 

The  father,  "  medicinse  professor,"  was  buried  at  Oake  in  1662. 
Probably  father  of  William  Raymond  1715  :  if  so,  he  was 
cleric  of  Rumsey,  Hants. 

John  Makernes.  fH.  11  Dec.  1668  (fil.  Johannis  Mak ernes 
de  Brigstook,  Northampton,  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received 
as  OL  9  Oct.  1668,  paid  over  2  July,  1676.  B.A. 
(Mackernes)  7  July,  1672.  M.A.  4  June,  1675. 

William  Elston.  ftt.  11  Dec.  1668  (fil.  Gulielmi  Elston  de 
Exon.  pauperis,  set.  16).  (Lfa.  received  as  Servitor 
21  Oct.  1668,  paid  over  20  Dec.  1669.  Buried  in  the 
Chapel  3  Dec.  1669,  where  there  was  a  stone,  W.  E. 
1669  (Elston,  Servitoris,  Wood's  MS.). 

Daniel  Ayshford.  fa.  11  Dec.  1668  (fil.  Edmundi  Aishford, 
sic,  de  Comb  Pyne,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  18).  (£.£H.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  21  Nov.  1668,  paid  over  by  Bursar 
Floyd  22  April ;  increased  to  OL  19  Oct.  1672,  restored 
11  March,  16^-  B-A-  I2  bet.  1672.  M.A.  4  June, 
1675.  Admitted  (Kjaplain  6  Nov.  1674. 

Marmaduke  Alford.  jjH.  11  Dec.  1668  (fil.  Roberti  Alford 
de  Curry  Revel,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  17).  <£.fa.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  6  Nov.  1668,  restored  by  Bursar 
Floyd.  B.A.  7  April,  1674. 

William  Wills,  fa.  11  Dec.  1668  (fil.  ?  Ezech.  Wills  de 
Seaborough,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  ]  9).  (C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  12  Dec.  1668,  restored  19  Feb.  1673.  B.A. 
7  June,  1672. 

Warden  Wills  (1755)  was  a  member  of  this  family. 


1668.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  277 

Thomas  Yorke.  fH.  11  Dec.  1668  (fil.  Gulielmi  Yorke  de 
Haningdon,  Wilton,  pauperis,  set.  17).  (£.i!H.  received  as 
Servitor  31  Oct.  1668,  paid  over  18  Nov.  1675.  B.A. 
4  July,  1672. 

John  Southby.  fH,  19  Dec.  1668  (fil.  Richardi  Southby  de 
Carswell,  Bercher,  arm.  ast.  18).  C.ilH.  received  as  jF.(f£. 
23  July,  1668,  paid  over  8  April,  1671. 

He  was  buried  in  the  Southby  chancel  at  Appleton  on  21  March, 
1733,  with  this  stone  :  "  Here  lyeth  the  body  of  Mr.  John 
Southby,  who  died  a  bachelor  ye  xvinth  day  of  March, 
MDCCXXXIII,  aged  84  years." 

John  Bishop.  £H.  19  Dec.  1668  (fil.  Humphredi  Bishop  de 
Chilcombe,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  19).  &JH.  received  as  (ft. 
3  Nov.  1668,  restored  19  Oct.  1669. 

He  married  Patience,  daughter  of  John  Bennett  of  Salisbury  ; 

died  in  the  lifetime  of  his  father,  and  was  buried  at  Chilcombe 

with  a  mural  monument : 

Memorise  sacrum 

Johannis  Bishop,  armigeri,  filii 

Et  heredis  Hunphredi  Bishop  arm  : 

Belligeri  patris  jacet  hie  fortissima  proles  : 

Lector,  non  mortis  parva  tropaea  vides  : 

Ex  proavis  clarum,  clarum  virtutibus,  orbi 

Monstratum  nobis  improba  mors  rapuit. 

Obiit  19  die  Januarii 

Anno  Domini  1682 

Mfatis  suee  33. 

Hutchins  II.  740. 
Father  of  Humphry  Bishop  1698. 

Thomas  Bishop.  Brother  of  the  above.  fH.  19  Dec.  1668, 
aged  17.  C.fH.  received  as  (JL  3  Nov.  1668,  restored  by 
Bursar  Floyd  11  Oct.  ?  1669  to  John  Bishop.  Buried 
in  the  Antechapel  7  Oct.  1669,  where  Wood  notes  that 
there  was  a  stone  T.  B.  1669. 

George  Orlebar.  £H.  5  March,  16| |  (fil.  Georgii  Orlebar  de 
Pudington,  Bedf.  gen.  aet.  17).  C.ffl.  received  as  <£. 


278  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1668-69. 

25   Feb.  16ff,  restored   14   Jan.   1675.      B.A.  12   Oct. 

1672.     M.A.  4  June,  1675. 

He  claimed  Founder's  Kin  with  Archbishop  Chichele,  through 
his  mother,  Ursula  Boteler  of  Biddenham.  He  died  unmarried 
at  Bedford  in  1685. 

Richard  Watts.  fH.  5  March,  16ff  (fil.  Richard!  Watts  de 
Stroud water,  Gloucestr.  pleb.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
9  March,  16ff,  restored  26  March,  1674.  B.A.  12  Oct. 
1672.  M.A.  (Hart  Hall)  15  June,  1675. 

Probably  father  of  Richard  Watts  1696. 


1669. 

Giles  Chamberlaine.  Admitted  £>.  25  Sept.  1669  Egidius 
Chamberlaine  of  Malgerbury,  Somerset,  aged  18.  fH. 
21  May,  1669  (fil.  Edmundi  Chamberlaine  de  Lye, 
Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  C.iff.  received  as  (ft.  19  May, 
1669,  restored  4  Jan. 


Philip  Champion.  <ZD.fH.  received  as  dF.(ft.  8  Oct.  1669, 
restored  by  Bursar  Luck,  8  Sept. 

Peter  Gaily.  C.fH.  received  as  IS.  20  Oct.  1669,  in- 
creased to  (ft.  22  Nov.  1670,  restored  18  Nov.  1675. 
B.A.  (Calle)  16  Oct.  1671. 

Lawrence  Periam.  (£.fH.  received  as  (ft.,  Hilary  Term, 
16«-».,  taken  up  for  Battels  24  Oct.  1673.  fH.  (Alban 
Hall)  5  March,  16|f  (fil.  Samuelis  Periam  de  Widworthy 
?  Wilsworthy,  Devon,  min.  set.  15).  B.A.  12  Oct.  1672. 
M.A.  4  June,  1675. 


John  Standfast.     C.fH.  received  as  (ft.,  Hilary  Term, 

restored  19  July,    1675.      B.A.    12    Oct.   1672.      M.A. 
4  June,  1675. 


1669.] 


WARDEN     IRONSIDE. 


279 


Joseph  Lillington.  fa.  30  March,  1669  (fil.  Robert!  Lil- 
lington  de  Dorchester,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  17).  (£.fH» 
received  as  Servitor  17  April,  1669,  restored  13  Sept. 
1672. 

Robert  Pitt.  fa.  2  April,  1669  (fil.  Roberti  Pitt  de  Bland- 
ford,  Dorcestr.  gen.  get.  16).  <£.fH.  received  26  March, 
1668  (sic),  and  restored  5  Oct.  by  Bursar  Luck  (i.e.  1670). 
Admitted  £.  24  Sept.  1670  of  Bland  ford,  Dorset,  aged 
17.  B.A.  12  Oct.  1672.  M.A.  4  June,  1675.  M.B. 
14  May,  1678.  M.D.  16  Feb.  1681.  Admitted  Jf. 
7  July,  1674.  Elected  Sub-Dean  1673;  Humanity 
Lecturer  1674,  1675 ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1676, 
1679;  Dean  1677;  Bursar  1678,  1682;  Sub- Warden 
1680. 

He  practised  in  London,  became  JF.  of  the  Royal  Society,  and 
deputy  Professor  of  Anatomy  1684.  He  married  a  daughter 
and  coheiress  of  John  Nourse  of  Wood  Eaton,  Oxon.  He 
published  Observationes  ponderis  Testudmis  terrestris  cum  in 
auctumno  terrain  subiret  cum  ejusdem  ex  terra  verno  tempore 
exeuntis  pondere  comparato,  per  plures  annos  repetitce,  1691, 
also,  The  Craft  and  Fraud  of  Physic  exposed. 

John  Haviland.  fa.  2  April,  1669  (fil.  Josephi  Haviland 
de  Charlinch,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  16).  (!LiH.  received  as 
<B.  27  March,  1668  (sic),  restored  1  Sept.  1671.  B.A. 
(Hart  Hall)  12  Oct.  1672.  M.A.  15  June,  1675.  M.B. 
9  July,  1678. 

John,  son  of  John  Haviland  of  Charlinch,  registered  his  pedi- 
gree at  the  Visitation  in  1672. 

John  Freke.  M.  2  April,  1669  (fil.  Johannis  Freke  de 
Stickland,  Dorcestr.  gen.  33t.  17).  C.fE.  received  as  (&. 
12  March,  1668,  restored  20  April,  1672. 

Thomas  Arnold.  fa.  2  April,  1669  (fil.  Thorns  Arnold  de 
Haselbury  Brian,  Dorcestr.  min.  set.  17).  (£.£H.  received 
as  OL  26  Feb.  1668,  restored  11  Oct.  1672. 

Gilbert  Downing,  fa.  2  April,  1669  (fil.  Nicolai  Downing 
de  King  Stanton,  ?  King's  Teignton,  Devon,  min.  aet.  17). 


280  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1669. 

C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  12  March,  1668,  restored  17  July, 
1675.     B.A.  12  Oct.  1672.     M.A.  4  June,  1675. 

Joseph  Bragg.  fH.  2  April,  1669  (fil.  Nicolai  Bragg  de 
Crookhorne,  Somerset,  pauperis,  aet.  17).  <£.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  6  Nov.  1669,  restored  5  March,  1671. 

George  Lippincot.  fH.  2  April,  1669  (fil.  Tbomae  Lippincot 
de  Columb  Stock,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  18).  (£.fH.  received 
as  (ft.  29  March,  1668  (sic),  restored  2  Nov.  1675.  B.A. 
12  Oct.  1672.  M.A.  4  June,  1675. 

Thomas  Brewer.  fH.  2  April,  1669  (fil.  Thomas  Brewer  de 
West  Farly,  Cant.  arm.  set.  17).  £.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
1  April,  1669,  paid  over  10  Aug.  by  Bursar  Floyd. 

Apparently  lie  died  before  1690. 

John  Brewer.  Brother  of  the  above,  fH.  same  day,  aged 
15.  (ZD.fffi.  received  same  day  as  (ft,  restored  10  April, 
1671. 

He   succeeded  his  father  in  1690  at  Smith's  Hall  in  West 
Farleigh,  and  died  s.p.m.  2  June,  1724. 

Nathaniel  Risdon.  fH.  21  May,  1669  (fil.  Nathanielis 
Risdon  de  Spragton  ?  Spreyton,  Devon,  gen.  set.  19). 
&.fH.  received  as  (ft.  7  April,  1669,  paid  over  11  Oct.  by 
Bursar  Floyd. 

Edmund    Strangwayes.      fH.    21  May,  1669    (fil.  Egidii 
Strangwayes  de  Charlton  Adam,  Somerset,  gen.  a3t.  18). 
<£4H.  received  as  (ft.  12  March,  1668,  restored  14  June, 
1670.     B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  23  Jan.  1672. 
The  father  was  buried  at  Charlton  Adam  1677. 

Charles  Kemeys.  fH.  26  May,  1669  (fil.  Dni  Caroli 
Kemeys  de  Keven  Mably,  Glamorgan,  baronetti,  ast.  18). 
(£.fH.  received  (Sir  Charles  Kemeys)  as  jF.(ft.  17  April, 
1669,  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec.  1670.  Created 
M.A.  9  July,  1669.  He  presented  a  bowl  to  the  College, 


1669.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  281 

the  cover  of  which  with  other  plate  the  Warden  was 

authorised  to  change  4  Feb.  1797. 

He  was  grandson  of  Sir  Nicholas  Kemeys,  first  baronet,  killed 
as  Governor  of  Chepstow  Castle,  ex  parte  regis,  succeeded  his 
father,  about  1658,  and  married  Mary,  daughter  of  Philip  Lord 
Wharton  ;  died  Dec.  1702.  His  descendants  (Kemeys-Tynte), 
are  coheirs  of  the  barony  of  Wharton.  Brother  of  George 
Kemeys  1677. 

Charles  Pye.  £H.  26  May,  1669  (fil.  Dm  Johannis  Pye  de 
Mortlake,  Surr.  baronetti,  set.  18).  (JLfH.  received  as 
dF.OL  17  April,  1669,  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec. 
1670. 

Succeeded  his  father,  Sir  John  Pye  of  Hone,  Derby,  about  1697  ; 
died  12  Feb.  1721. 

Philip  Young.  fH.  26  May,  1669  (fil.  Philippi  Young  de 
Warwic.  gen.  set.  18).  <£.£H.  received  as  (&.  20  May, 
1669,  paid  over  17  Feb.  16^f.  Buried  in  the  College 
Chapel  14  Nov.  1672. 

Richard  Price.  £H.  29  June,  1669  (fil.  Edvardi  Price  de 
Bettus,  Montgom.  gen.  set.  15).  (£JH.  received  10  Nov. 
1669,  taken  up  for  Battels  29  Nov.  1677.  Possibly 
Richard  Price,  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  29  Jan.  1673.  M.A. 
30  June,  1677. 

Thomas  Cooper.  £H.  29  June,  1669  (fil.  Thomas  Cooper  de 
Wrexham.  Denbigh,  gen.  set.  15).  <E.fH.  received  (?  Coop) 
as  OL  20  Oct.  1669,  paid  over  19  April,  1670. 

Nathaniel  Burges.  £H.  7  July,  1669  (fil.  Thomse  Burges 
de  Biceter,  Oxon.  pauperis,  set.  15).  C.fE.  received  as 
Servitor  3  July,  1669,  restored  11  Feb.  1672. 

Henry  Fowler.  fH.  8  July,  1669  (fil.  Henrici  Fowler  de 
Gloucestr.  gen.  set.  16).  dT.fH.  received  as  (£.,  Hilary 
Term,  1669,  paid  over  14  Jan.  16||. 

William  Crabb.  £H.  17  July,  1669  (fil.  Gulielmi  Crabb  de 
Child  Ockford,  Dorcestr.  min.  set.  15).  (£JH.  received  as 


282  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1669. 

OL  3  Aug.  1669,  restored  2  July,  1674.     B.A.  10  April, 

1673.     Admitted  Jf.  of  Exeter   30  June,  1674.     M.A. 

21  Feb.  1675.     B.D.  19  March,  1686.     Vacated  his  $. 

by  marriage  1687. 

Rector  of  Child  Ockford  1687.  Rector  of  Bloxworth,  Dorset, 
17  July,  1723.  Buried  12  Aug.  1747,  aged  95.  (Hutcliins, 
IV.  83.) 

Thomas  Romayne.  £H.  17  July,  1669  (fil.  Matthsei 
Rornayne  de  Stocke  Gailard,  Dorcestr.  min.  set.  17).  C.iB. 
received  as  <E.  3  Aug.  1669,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury 
6  March.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  10  April,  1673. 

Matthew  Romayne  was  the  intruded  Rector  of  Stoke  Gailard, 

but  was  confirmed  in  the  living  in  1660. 

Thomas  Wainwright.  £H.  12  Nov.  1669  (fil.  Thomae 
Wainwright  de  Chester,  Doctoris  in  Jure  Civili,  set.  16). 
C.£H.  received  as  <£.  12  Oct.  1669,  restored  13  July, 
J672.  Elected  Jf.  of  All  Souls  (Wainewright,  of  the 
County  of  Oxford)  1672.  B.C.L.  (All  Souls)  27  May, 
1676.  D.C.L.  26  April,  1682. 

He  was  probably  son  of  Dr.  Wainwright  (jF,  of  All  Souls),  who 
was  ejected  by  the  Visitors  1650.  (Burrows'  All  Souls,  p.  205). 
Chancellor  of  the  Diocese  of  Chester  :  died  1720.     (Wood, 
F.  II.  384.) 

Simon  Rotenbury.  flj.  12  Nov.  1669  (fil.  Francisci 
Rotenbury  de  Oakhampton,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  19).  (E.fH. 
received  as  $3.  20  Oct.  1669,  taken  up  for  Battels 
29  Nov.  1677.  B.A.  31  May,  1673. 

William  Ironside.  fH.  19  Nov.  1669  (fil.  Gulielmi  Ironside 
de  Houghton,  Dunelin,  pleb.  set.  18).  (&.$&.  received  as 
OL  22  July.  1669,  restored  to  Gilbert  Ironside  22  April 
by  Bursar  Bury  ?  1671.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel 
27  Feb.  16ff. 

John  Stewkly.  fH.  13  Dec.  1669  (fil.  J.  S.  de  Preshaw 
Hampton,  arm.  set.  17).  OLffl.  received  as  JfM.  20  Feb. 
1668,  restored  15  June,  1671, 

Robert  Balch.  fH.  13  Dec.  1669  (fil.  R  B.  de  Bladon, 
Somerset,  pleb.  set.  15).  C.fH.  received  as  13.  24 
Nov.  1669.  Admitted  5.  24  Sept.  1670  of  Sherborne, 


1669.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  283 

Dorset,  aged  17.  B.A.  31  May,  1673.  M.A.  6  April, 
1676.  Admitted  Jf.  1  July,  1676.  He  was  elected 
Moderator  Novae  Clnssis  1673;  Sub-Dean  1674; 
Humanity  Lecturer  1676;  Catechist  1677 ;  Dean  1678, 
1680,  1682;  Bursar  1679,  1681,  1683;  1684;  Sub- 
Warden  1685;  but  "whereas,  upon  examination  of  his 
accounts  ending  Christmas  Day  1685,  he  was  found  in 
debt  to  the  College,"  the  profits  of  his  jf.,  office  and  all 
other  emoluments  were  sequestered  by  the  Warden  and 
Fellows  and  the  College  obtained  a  warrant  from  the 
Vice-Chancellor  to  this  effect :  but  on  the  petition  of  one 
R.  Stuart  (or  Street)  a  tailor  to  whom  Robert  Balch 
owed  £30,  the  College  agreed  to  allow  him  £5,  out  of  his 
Chamber  Rent  "  if  he  keep  his  JF.  and  the  Rent  of  the 
Chamber  do  yield  so  much."  He  was  elected  junior 
Proctor  April  21,  1680. 

Walter  Parker.  fH.  28  Jan.  16§-£  (fil.  G.  P.  de  Lissell, 
Wilton,  gen.  aet.  16).  (JLfft.  received  as  (ft.,  Hilary  Term, 
1669,  restored  13  June,  1672. 

Robert  Sparrow.     £H.  28  Jan.  16f£  (fil.  Edvardi  Sparrow 
•  de  Ketheringe,  Northampton,  pauperis,  set.  19).     C.iH. 
received  as  Servitor,  Hilary  Term,  1669,  taken  up  for 
Battels  24  Oct.  1683.     B.A.  15  Oct.  1673. 

James  (Jacob)  Wood.  fH.  18  March,  16fg-  (fil.  Philippi 
Wood,  de  Wivylescombe,  Cornub.  pleb.  set.  17).  (£.fH. 
received  as  (ft.,  Hilary  Term,  1669,  taken  up  for  Battels 
18  April  by  Bursar  Ludwell.  B.A.  (James)  21  Oct. 
1673.  M.A.  1  June,  1676. 

Hugh  Prust.  fH.  18  March,  16?£  (fil.  Thomse  Prust  de 
Hal  ton,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft., 
Hilary  Term,  1669,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Bury  8  April, 
1671.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel  29  March,  1671. 

Samuel  Thornton.  fH.  18  March,  16f£  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Thornton  de  Sherbourne,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  17).  C.fH. 
received  as  (ft.,  Hilary  Term,  1669,  restored  1  Aug.  1676. 
B.A.  30  Oct.  1673.  M.A.  1  June,  1676. 

One  Samuel  Thornton  was  Vicar  of  Hayclon,  Dorset,  and  died 
20  June,  1711.  He  is  said  to  have  been  aged  62.  (Hutchins, 
IV.  187.) 


284  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1669. 

Richard  Carter.  fH.  18  March,  16fg-  (fil.  Johannis  Carter 
de  Winterslow,  Wilton,  min.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as 
(ft.,  Hilary  Term,  1669,  restored  1  Aug.  1672.  B.A. 
(Hart  Hall)  15  Oct.  1673.  M.A.  4  July,  1676. 

James  Hussy.  IE.  18  March,  16f§-  (fil.  Robert!  Hussy  de 
Sarum,  Wilton,  gen.  aet.  17).  &.fH.  received  as  (£., 
Hilary  Term,  1669,  restored  25  April,  1672. 

Allen  Lester.  £H.  (Leyette)  18  March,  16fg-  (fil.  Allen 
L.  de  Dorchester,  pauperis,  set.  17).  (£.£H.  received  as 
Servitor  (Lesster),  Hilary  Term,  1669,  restored  12  July, 
1671.  B.A.  (Alan  Lester)  25  Feb.  1673. 

Bartholomew  Ashweeke.  IB.  18  March,  16f£  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Ashweeke  de  Ashburton,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  18).  (ft.lH, 
received  as  Servitor,  Hilary  Term,  1669,  restored  23  Dec. 
"  sepultus  in  claustro  vel  cerneterio  "  29  Aug.  1670. 

Philip  Pierce.  fH.  18  March,  16^-  (fil.  Danielis  Pierce  de 
Membry,  i.e.  Membury,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  16).  B.A. 
15  Oct.  1673.  M.A.  1  June,  1676.  &M.  of  Sir  Pierce 
received  as  Servitor  24  April,  1676,  restored  by  Bursar 
Ludwell  18  July  ?  1676. 

Thomas  Younge.  fH.  18  March,  16ff  (fil.  Nathanielis 
Younge  de  Minchenhanipton,  Gloucestr.  pauperis,  set. 
18).  (C.fH.  received  as  Servitor,  Hilary  Term,  1669, 
restored  10  July,  1671.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel, 
17  July,  1671. 

John  Bradford,  fft.  18  (?  21)  March,  16|£  (fil.  J.  Brad- 
ford de  Poghill,  i.e.  Poughill,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  17).  £.£H. 
received  as  (ft.,  Hilary  Term,  1669,  restored  8  Dec.  by 
Bursar  Bury.  B.A.  27  Nov.  1673. 

Probably  Vicar  of  Newton  St.  Gyres,  Devon,  6  July,  1674  : 

died  23  July,  1702. 


1670.] 


WARDEN     IRONSIDE. 


285 


167O. 


George  Roberts.    Admitted 
Surrey,  aged  19. 


.  24  Sept.  1670  of  Richmond, 


William  Latton.  Admitted  S.  24  Sept.  1670;  of  Kingston 
Bagpus,  Berks,  aged  17.  f&.  12  ?  15  July,  1670  (fil.  Thomae 
Latton  de  Kinerton,  sic,  Bercher.,  gen.  set.  17).  B.A.  5 
May,  1674.  M.A.  22  Feb.  1676.  Admitted  JF.  2  July,  1675. 
(Wood  says  1674,  probably  his  election  as  T$.  and  adds 
that  he  was  Founder's  kin  of  Kingston  Bakpuze). 
Elected  Moderator  Novae  Classis  1674  ;  Moderator 
of  Philosophy  1675  ;  Dean  1679  ;  Bursar  1680,  1683, 
1685  ;  Sub-  Warden  1681,  1684,  1686  ;  Librarian  1682. 
He  appears  from  the  accounts  to  have  been  Bursar  again 
in  1694-1695. 

The  Lattons  about  1670,  sold  their  property  at  Kingstone 
Bagpuze,  and  removed  to  Esher  :  the  presentation  to  the 
parsonage  of  Esher  is  in  the  gift  of  Wadham  College,  by 
bequest  of  John  Latton  of  Esher  Park  1714. 

James  Sanders.  Admitted  $>.  24  Sept.  1670  of  Alscott 
Oxon,  aged  17.  dim.  12  July,  1670  (til.  Joharmis  Sanders 
de  Grandmont,  Ebor.  gen.  a3t.  16).  B.A.  (Saunders, 
6  Feb.  1674.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel  22  May, 
1675  :  but  Wood  also  mentions  that  there  was  a  stone 
"in  claustro"  marked  J.  S.  1675. 


Richard  Dasston.     (£.|H.  received  as  Jf.<£.  25  Apiil,  1670, 
restored  29  Aug.  1671. 

Bernard  Mander.  (C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  6  Sept.  1670, 
restored  22  Oct.  1672.  |H.  (St.  Edmund  Hall)  10  July, 
1670  (fil.  Bernardi  Mander  de  Chipping  Warden,  North- 
ampton, min.  set.  16).  B.A.  (Wadham)  5  May,  1674. 
M.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall)  23  Jan.  1676. 
Probably  son  of  Bernard  Mander  1642. 


286  WARDEN     IRONSIDE. 


Daniel  Rosewell.     C.fa.  received  as  Servitor  26  Oct.  1670, 
restored  10  April,  1674.     B.A.  2  April,  1674. 

George  Winter.     C.fH.  received  as  dF.<K.  22  Nov.   1670, 
paid  over  by  Bursar  Chase  2  Jan.  1671. 


John  Giles,  fa.  6  May,  1670  (fil.  J.  G.  de  Arlingham, 
Gloucestr.  min.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  11  June, 
1670,  paid  over  12  Aug.  1678.  B.A.  25  Feb.  1673. 

Edward  Bernard,  fa.  6  May,  1670  (fil.  Edvardi  Bernard 
de  Basingstoke,  Hampton,  pleb.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  as 
(ft.  2  May,  1670,  paid  over  27  May  to  S.  Goodwin-  see 
1663.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  25  Feb.  1673.  M.A.  8  Dec.  1676. 

Samuel  Tanner.  fH.  19  May,  1670  (fil.  S.  T.  de  Faringdon, 
Devon,  gen.  set.  18).  ttjfc  received  as  (ft.  2  May,  1670, 
paid  over  19  Aug.  1672. 

William  Howell.     ftt.  19  May,  1670  (fil.  G.  H.  de  Oxon. 

pauperis,  set.  14).  (£.fH.  received  as  Servitor,  Hilary 
Term,  1669,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury.  B.A.  (New  Inn 
Hall)  20  Jan.  1673.  M.A.  17  Oct.  1676. 

Thomas  Peacock,  fa.  12  July,  1670  (fil.  Kichardi  Peacock 
de  Finchly,  Middlesex,  arm.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as 
dF.(ft.  10  June,  1670,  paid  over  19  Feb.  1673. 

Marmaduke  Coate.    fH.  12  July,  1670  (fil.  M.  C.  de  Curry 
Revell,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18).     CD.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
-  June,  1670,  paid  over  4  Oct.  1670. 

Mark  Arwaker.  fa.  12  July,  1670  (fil.  Francisci  Arwaker 
de  Chelmesford,  Essex,  pleb.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
(ft.  (Francis  Arwaker)  —  June,  1670,  taken  up  to  pay 
Battels  13  July,  1674.  B.A.  (Mark  Arwaker)  9. May, 
1674. 

Nicholas  Browne.     fH.  12  July,  1670  (fil.  Henrici  Browne 


1670.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  287 

de  Powerstock,  Dorcestr.  gen.  aet.  18).    C.fH.  received  as 
OL  14  July,  1670,  restored  12  July,  1671. 

He  died  at  Poorstock  22  Sept.  1722,  and  was  the  last  male  of 
his  family.  (Hutchins,  II.  321.) 

John  Martin,  ffl.  12  July  1670  (fil.  Gulielmi  Martin  de 
Buckland,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  18).  (JLfH.  received  as 
Servitor  13  July,  1670,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar 
Thornton  25  June  ?  1674.  B.A.  5  May,  1674. 

John  Slape.  £H.  30  Sept.  1670  (fil.  J.  S.  de  Taunton  St. 
James,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  18).  (£.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
8  Sept.  1670,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Strangwaies  23  May, 
1672. 

John  Baker,  ffl.  30  Sept.  1670  (fil.  J.  B.  de  Trull,  Somerset, 
gen.  set.  17).  C.ffl.  received  as  OL  8  Sept.  1670,  restored 
20  May,  1671. 

Brother  of  Christopher  Baker  1671. 

Edward  Maynard.  £H.  21  Oct.  1670  (fil.  Gulielmi  Maynard 
de  Daventry,  Northampton,  pauperis,  set.  16).  (£.fft.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  8  Sept.  1670,  restored  28  Oct.  1672. 
B.A.  (Magd.)  7  July,  1674.  M.A.  22  May,  1677.  B.D. 
3  Nov.  1688.  D.D.  3  March,  1691.  Demy  of  Magdalen 
1672-1678 ;  J%  1678-1694.  He  was  nominated  with 
Dr.  Hough  for  the  President's  place,  and  took  a  pro- 
minent part  in  that  famous  election :  he  was  one  of  the 
Fellows  expelled  by  King  James'  Commissioners  7  Aug. 
1688,  at  which  time  he  was  Chaplain  to  Lord  Digby; 
and  was  restored  25  Oct.  1688. 

Canon  and  Precentor  of  Lichfield  18  Oct.  1700  ;  Rector  of 
Passenham  1701-1706  ;  Preacher  at  Lincoln's  Inn  ;  Master  of 
St.  John's  Hospital.  He  died  Easter  Day  13  April,  1740,  aged 
86,  and  was  buried  at  Bodington,  Northants.,  where  he  was 
Rector  from  1696,  with  this  inscription,  within  the  altar  rails, 
on  a  marble  slab  : 

Hie  condition  est  quod  potuit  mori 

Edwardi  Maynard  S.  T.  P. 

Qui  Daventriac  natus 


288  WARt)EN     IRONSIDE.  [1670. 

Oxonise  apud  Magdalenenses  educatus 
Apud  Londinenses  octo  circiter  annos 

Hospitii  Lincolniensis  Concionator 

Postea  in  Ecclesia  Cathedral!  Lichfield 

XL  annos  Canonicus  Resid.  et  Precentor 

Hospitii  Sancti  Johannis  ibidem  magister 

At  hujus  Parochise  XLIV  Rector. 

Tot  officiorum  muneribus  non  qua  voluit 

Sed  qua  potuit  diligentia  defunctus 

Tandem  hie  requiescit 

In  spe  felicis  resurrectionis 

Obiit  anno  eetatis  LXXXVI 

Die  Paschatis  An.  Sal.  MDCCXL. 

He  was  a  benefact  >r  to  Magdalen  in  plate,  books,  and  money. 
Author  of  two  vols  of  sermons  1722-1724. 

Manwaringe  Davis.  fH.  16  Dec.  1670  (fil.  Johannis  Davis 
de  Camberwell,  Surr.  gen.  set.  18).  £.£H.  received  as  <£. 
4  Aug.  1670,  restored  17  June,  1672. 

Robert  Foyle.  £H.  16  Dec.  1670  (fil.  J.  F.  de  Chute,  Wilton, 
gen.  set.  18).  <2L£H.  received  as  (ft.  22  Nov.  1670,  as 
JFM.  19  April,  1672,  restored  13  Dec.  1672. 

John  Gorges.  fH.  17  Dec.  1670  (fil.  Johannis  Gorges  de 
London-Derry  in  Hibernia,  gen.  set.  17).  £.£H.  received 
as  JF&.  22  Nov.  1670,  paid  over  26  Feb.  1671. 

Giles  Martyn.  fH.  17  Dec.  1670  (fil.  Johannis  Martyn  de 
Yercomb,  i.e.  Yarcombe,  Devon,  gen.  set.  18).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  JfM.  14  July,  1670,  paid  over  5  Oct.  1671. 
On  the  Outer  Wall  of  the  Chapel  at  the  East  End  are 
the  initials  ^5".M.  possibly  standing  for  ^Egidius  Martyn. 

John  Reynell.  $SL  17  Dec.  1670  (fil.  Samuelis  Reynell  de 
North  Stan  ton,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  17).  (JLfH.  received 
as  Servitor  22  Nov.  1670,  restored  11  May,  1674. 

John  Matthew.  fH.  17  March,  16ff  (fiL  Edrnundi 
Matthew  de  Wollaston,  Northampton,  pauperis,  set,  15). 


1670-71.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  269 


Francis  Stonehouse.  fa.  17  March,  16ff  (fil.  Duke 
Stonehoase  de  Standinge,  Wilton,  arm.  set.  16).  C.fa. 
received  as  JfM.  14  March,  1670,  paid  over  30  Sept.  by 
Bursar  Bury.  B.A.  (Oriel)  26  June,  1674.  M.A. 
13  May,  1677. 

1671. 

George  Bisse.  £H.  2  June,  1671  (fil.  G.  B.  de  English - 
comhe,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  16).  (E.fH.  received  as  (JT. 
30  May,  1671  ;  restored  26  Dec.  1671.  Admitted  Sb. 
9  Oct.  1671  of  Spargrove,  Somerset,  aged  16.  B.A. 
6  Feb.  1674.  Died  at  Oxford  and  was  buried  in  St. 
Mary's,  where  there  was  a  mural  tablet  (now  defaced 
and  broken,  and  lying  in  a  back  yard)  with  this  inscrip- 
tion :  "  Hie  jacet  Georgius  Bysse,  Bacchalaureus  in 
Artibus  e  Coll.  Wadhami,  films  Georgii  Bysse  de 
Badcombe  in  agro  Somerset,  armig. ;  obiit  Mar.  16  A. 
(Dni)  1675."  Originally  there  was  a  circular  coat  of  arms 
let  in  at  the  top  of  the  monument  which  has  now  dis- 
appeared;  the  left-hand  bottom  corner  of  the  stone  is 
also  gone. 

He  was  grandson  of  Edward  Bisse  1613. 

Anthony  Clarke,  fa.  14  July,  1671  (fil.  Koberti  Clarke  de 
Wemdon,  Somerset,  gen.  set,  17).  Admitted  St  9  Oct. 
1671  of  Windon,  Somerset,  aged  17.  B.A.  20  April, 
1675.  M.A.  29  Jan.  1677.  Admitted  Jf.  1  July,  1676. 
Elected  Moderator  Novse  Classis  1675  ;  Moderator  of 
Philosophy  1677;  Humanity  Lecturer  1678. 

Wood  says  that  he  was  of  Sandford  (Windon),  Somerset  ;  and 
resigned  his  JF.  1680  ;  Rector  of  Enmore,  Somerset,  16  June, 
1679  ;  and  apparently  also  of  Char! inch  16  Dec.  1681  ;  he  died 
in  1689. 


Edward  Poyle.  OT.fa.  received  as  <£.  3  July,  1671,  paid 
over  13  Dec.  1672. 

Pierce  Lloyd.  £.£H.  received  as  $.<&.  27  July,  1671,  paid 
over  23  April,  1672.  Possibly  Price  Lloyd  who  fa.  at 
Oriel  31  July,  1671  (gen.  fil.  set.  16). 

u 


290  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.      .  [1671. 


Charles  Rutland.  C.fH.  received  as  OL  22  Nov.  1671, 
restored  by  Bursar  Strangwaies  i.e.  1672.  Charles 
Rutland  £ft.  (Jesus)  9  Dec.  1670  (fil.  Georgii  Rutland 
de  Loughton,  Essex,  pleb.  set.  17). 

Giles  Combe,  fa.  31  March,  1671  (fil.  ^gidii  Cornbe  de 
Chard,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  as  (E. 
9  March,  1670,  paid  over  30  Sept.  1673. 

Robert  Greenaway.  £H.  31  March,  1671  (fil.  Jobannis 
Greenaway  de  Crookhorne,  Somerset,  pleb.  aet.  16). 
(•Lift,  received  23  Feb.  16f  £,  restored  23  Oct.  Admitted 
S.  (Greenway)  25  Sept.  1674  of  Crookhorne,  Somerset, 
aged  18.  B.A.  21  Oct.  1675.  M.A.  19  July,  1677. 

Christopher  Baker.  £H.  31  March,  1671  (fil.  Johannis 
Baker  de  Trull,  Somerset,  gen.  fil.  15).  (£.fff.  received 
as  (ft.  1  March,  1670,  restored  by  Bursar  Thornton 
18  June  ?  1674.  B.A.  15  Oct.  1674.  M.A.  (Hart  Hall) 
16  June,  1677. 

Brother  of  John  Baker  1670. 

John  Caswell.     fH.  31  March,  1671  (fil.  dementis  Caswell 
de  Crookhorne,  Somerset,  pauperis    set.  16).     C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  9  March,  1670,  restored  9  Nov.  1678. 
B.A.  3  Nov.  1674.     M.A.  26  June,  1677.     "He  taught 
the  grounds  of   mathematics  to    young   scholars :    and 
afterwards  settling  himself  at  Hart  Hall,  carried  on  his 
faculty  with  great  industry."     (Wood,  Aih.  IV.   737.) 
Savilian    Professor    of    Astronomy    1709-1712  :    Vice- 
Principal  of  Hart  Hall,  and  Superior  Bedell  of  Divinity. 
Hearne  (O.H.S.  III.  114)  speaks  of  him  as  "a  craz'd,  whimsical, 
or  at  least  deluded  man,"  for  discoursing  on  behalf  of  the 
Camisard  Prophets.     He  died  28th  April,  1712,  and  was  buried 
in  Holywell  church  with  this  inscription  : 

Johannes  Caswell,  A.M.,  natu  Somersetensis,  educatione 
Wadhamensis,  studio  mathematicus,  Pius,  Beneficus,  Hurnilis  ; 
Quem  post^am  ad  Saviliani  Astronoiuise  Professoris  munus 
provexerat  singularis  ipsius  Scientia.  Heu  !  nimis  cito  sustulit 
diplorata  corporis  imbecillitas  Aprilis  28VO 

I  Domini  1712 
Anno  •! 

(  JEtatis  56 

MS 

Desideratissimi  mariti  posuit  Elizabetha  uxor. 


1671.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  291 

Author  of  A  brief  but  full  Account  of  the  Doctrine  of  Trigo- 
nometry both  Plain  and  Spherical,  1689. 

William  Lightfoot.  m.  31  March,  1671  (fil.  Thomse 
Light  foot  de  Manton,  Rutland,  pleb.  set.  18).  CJK.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  15  March,  1670,  restored  by  Bursar 
Thornton  26  Oct.  B.A.  (New  Inn  Hall)  3  Nov.  1674. 

John  Blueman.  £H.  7  April,  1671  (fil.  Georgii  Blueman  de 
St.  Decombs,  i.e.  Decumans,  Somerset,  pleb.  jet.  16). 
(JT.fH.  received  as  (St.  1  Feb.  1670,  paid  over  3  Sept. 
1678. 

Edward  Hoblyn.  fa.  7  April,  1671  (fil.  Robert!  Hoblyn 
de  Columb  Major,  Cornub.  arm.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received 
as  $.<&.  4  June,  1670,  restored  14  July,  1671. 

Born   1654  ;    buried    at    St.    Columb   20   Aug.    1684,    s.p.m. 
Brother  of  Robert  Hoblyn  16f  |. 

Francis  Snow.  fa.  12  April  1671  (fil.  Richardi  Snow  de 
Taunton,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17).  <£.fH.  received  as  OL 
2  March,  1670,  restored  11  Jan.  1677.  B.A.  15  Oct. 
1674.  M.A.  16  June,  1677. 

Apparently  Rector  of   Staple  Fitzpaine,  Somerset,    19  June, 
1684 :  died  1704. 

Richard  Towgood.  fa.  12  April,  1671  (fil.  Richardi 
Towgood  de  Bristow  ?  Mri.  sic,  set.  15).  Cja.  received  as 
OL  8  April,  1671,  restored  2  July,  1678.  B.A.  15  Oct. 
1674.  M.A.  16  June,  1677. 

John  Terrey.  fa.  14  April,  1671  (fil.  Roberti  Terrey  de 
Guildford,  Surr.  gen.  set.  16).  <2LfH.  received  as  dF.OL 
14  April,  1671,  restored  by  Bursar  Thornton  29  Oct. 

Theophilus  Parsons.  fH.  2  June,  1671  (fil.  Johannis 
Parsons  de  Kentsby,  Devon,  min.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received 
OL  30  May,  1671,  taken  up  for  Battels  24  Oct.  1683. 

John  Baker.  £H.  7  June,  1671  (fil.  Johannis  Baker  de 
Exon.  pleb.  set.  17).  C.fa.  received  as  OL  29  April,  1671, 
paid  over  6  Aug.  1675. 

U  2 


292  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1671. 

George  Kemeys.  fH.  14  July,  1671  (fil.  Dni.  Carol!  Kemeys 
de  Keven,  i.e.  Cefn  Mably,  Glamorg.  baronetti,  set.  16). 
C.fH.  received  as  JF.(£.  17  July,  1671,  restored  8  Nov. 
1677. 

A  letter  addressed  to   George  Kemeys  by  his  sister  Mary, 
bearing  date,  apparently,  26  June,  1674,  was  lately  found  in 
one  of  the  chambers  at  Wadham  :  though  somewhat  injured, 
it  reads  as  follows  : — 
(Dear)  Brother, 

This  day  I  received  yours  of  the  llth  instant :  your  long 
silence  made  us  think  that  you  would  quite  forget  us,  were  it 
not  for  the  quarter  day.  Your  brother  intends  to  travel,  and 
therefore  desires  to  see  you  here  if  it  may  be  with  your  con- 
venience :  in  order  thereto  Mr.  Evans  has  10  pound  and  your 
mare  :  soe  I  hope  to  see  you  suddenly.  My  mother's  blessing 
to  you  :  my  brother,  Nancy,  and  my  love  to  you, 

I  am, 
Your  affectionate  sister, 

MARY   KEMEYS. 

He  was  second  son  of  Sir  C.  Kemeys  by  his  second  wife 
Margaret,  daughter  of  Sir  George  Whitmore,  Knt.,  Lord  Mayor 
of  London,  and  brother  of  Charles  Kemeys  1669.  He  died 
unmarried  :  the  above  Mary  Kemeys  was  his  only  sister,  three 
years  older  than  himself. 

William  Gould.  £fl.  4  Dec.  1671  (fil.  Jacob!  Gould  de 
Farnham.  Surr.  gen.  set.  19).  (£.£H.  received  as  (St. 
1  Dec.  1671,  restored  1  Oct.  1672.  Admitted  £. 
27  Sept.  1672  of  Farnham,  Surrey,  aged  18  ;  but  Wood 
says  that  he  was  of  Bagshot,  and  born  at  Farnham. 
B.A.  18  May,  1675.  M.A.  29  Jan.  1677.  B.M.  24  May, 
1682.  D.M.  2  July,  1687.  Admitted  Jf.  1  July,  1676. 
Elected  Sub-Dean  1675;  Humanity  Lecturer  1677; 
Moderator  of  Philosophy  1678  and  1680 ;  Librarian 
1679;  Dean  1681;  Bursar  1682,  1684,  1686,  1688; 
Sub- Warden  1683  and  1687. 

Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

He  wrote  An  Account  of  the  Increase  of  Weight  of  Oil  of 

Vitriol,  exposed  to  the  Air,  and,  An  Account  of  a  Polypus  found 

in  the  Heart  of  a  Person  that  died  epHtptical  at  O.ron.     (Wood. 

A  th.  IV.  737.) 


1671.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  293 

Joseph  Jane.  fH.  14  Dec.  1671  (fil.  Johannis  Jane  de 
Potent,  Cornub.  pleb.  set.  17).  <E.£H.  received  as  (£. 
1  Dec.  1671,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Freke  19  June  — . 
Buried  in  the  College  Chapel  8  Nov.  1672. 

George  Buncombe.  fH.  22  March,  16fJ  (fil.  Rogeri  Dun- 
combe  de  Aldbury,  Surr.  arm.  set.  16).  C.fff.  received  as 
jf.<&.  26  Feb.  1671,  restored  7  Nov.  1673. 

George,  son  of  Roger  Duncombe,  died  unmarried  (M.  and  B.). 

Edward  Peirce.  £fl.  22  March,  16H  (nl-  Edvardi  Peirce 
de  Mambury,  i.e.  Membury,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  18).  C.fH. 
received  as  OL  26  Feb.  1671,  restored  13  Feb.  16-ff. 

John  Knott.  fH.  22  March,  16-f-J-  (fil.  Thomas  Knott  de 
Stickland,  Dorcestr.,  pleb.  set.  17).  C.fflL  received  as  (&. 
26  Feb.  1671,  restored  16  May,  1678.  B.A.  21  Oct. 
1675.  M.A.  (Hart  Hall)  4  June,  1678. 

Robert  Newberry.  £H.  22  March,  16-f-J-  (fil.  Samuelis 
Newberry  de  Garton,  i.e,  Garston,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  20). 
C.£Ht  received  as  (ft.  26  Feb.  1671,  restored  by  Bursar 
Bury,  21  July,  — . 

One  Robert  Newberry  in  1748  gave  money  for  the  endowment 
of  the  Anabaptist  Minister  at  Up-Ottery. 

John  Osmond.  £H.  22  March,  16f£  (fil.  Thomas  Osmond 
de  Awtrey,  i.e.  Ottery,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  16).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  26  Feb.  167],  paid  over  23  May,  by  Bursar 
Strangwaies,  i.e.  1672.  B.A.  (Corpus  Christi)  26  Oct. 
1675.  M.A.  22  Feb.  1678.  B.M.  21  Feb.  1683.  D.M. 
3  July,  1689. 

Arthur  Parsons.  fH.  22  March,  16f  J  (fil.  Arthuri  Parsons 
de  Buckland  Occidentali,  Somerset,  pleb.  aet.  16).  CJH. 
received  as  OL  26  Feb.  1671,  restored  24  Oct.  by  Bursar 
Thornton  ?  1674.  Probably  Arthur  Parsons,  B.A. 
(Corpus  Christi)  26  Oct.  1675.  M.A.  22  Feb.  1678. 
B.M.  and  D.M.  9  Nov.  1693. 


294  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1672. 


1672. 

Thomas  Pigott.  ffi.  18  May,  1672  (fil.  H.  P.  de  Kochdale, 
Lancastr.  min.  set.  15).  Admitted  &.  27  Sept.  1672  of 
Brindle,  Lane,  aged  16.  Wood  writes  Brindhill.  B.A. 
18  Jan.  1675.  M.A.  17  Oct.  1678.  Admitted  Jf. 
3  July,  1677.  Elected  Moderator  Novse  Classis  1677 ; 
Humanity  Lecturer  1679;  Librarian  1680  and  1683; 
Catechist  1681 ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1682 ;  Dean 
1684. 

Vicar  of  Yarnton,  near  Oxford,  which  he  kept  with  his  JF.  ; 

Chaplain  to  James  Earl  of  Ossory,  at  whose  house  he  died 

14  Aug.  1686  :  he  was  buried  in  St.  James',  Piccadilly. 
He  wrote  An  Account  of  the  Earthquake  which  happened  at 

Oxford,   &c.,   1683 ;   and   discovered  certain  phsenomena  in 

music.     (Wood,  Fasti,  II.  366.) 
Brother  of  Henry  Pigott  1677. 

George  Harding.  Admitted  £•  27  Sept.  1672  of  Bostal, 
?  Bestall,  near  Wareham,  Dorset,  aged  17.  C.ilH.  re- 
ceived as  <£.  23  May,  1672,  restored  25  Oct.  1672, 
B.A.  4  June,  1675.  M.A.  12  April,  1678.  Admitted 
JT.  3  July,  1677.  He  was  elected  Sub-Dean  1676 ; 
Humanity  Lecturer  1681  ;  Dean  1683 ;  but  being 
"  amotus  "  from  his  Jf.  8  April,  1684,  Lyndesay  was 
elected  in  his  place. 


Mackworth  Young.     <&M.  received  as  (K.  16  May,  1672, 
restored  27  Dec.  1675. 


Thomas  Hervey.  ffl.  28  March,  1672  (fil.  Thomse  Hervey, 
de  Londin.  pauperis,  Sdt.  15).  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor 
29  March,  1672,  increased  to  4L  12  Feb.  16f|,  restored 
19  Jan.  1680.  B.A.  (Hervy)  21  Oct.  1675.  M.A. 
4  June,  1678. 


1672.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  295 

Francis  Bromwich.  ffl.  29  March,  1672  (fil.  Johannis 
Bromwich  de  Morton,  Northampton,  pleb.  set.  16).  C.fH. 
received  29  March,  1672,  taken  up  for  Battels  24  April, 
1680.  B.A.  21  Oct.  1675.  M.A.  21  June,  1678. 

Robert  Yard.  ffl.  18  May,  1672  (fil.  Thomae  Yard  de 
Keyden-Cliffe,  Devon,  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as 
(ft.  3  May,  1672,  taken  up  for  Battels  14  Oct.  1683. 

Perhaps  Keyden  Cliffe  should  be  Hidon  Clist. 

Thomas  Farmer.  £H.  23  May,  1672  (fil.  Radulphi  Farmer 
de  urbe  Bristoll,  min.  set.  17).  (£.fH.  received  as  Jf.(£. 
22  April,  1672,  paid  over  to  Ralph  Corbet  26  Sept. 
?  Nov.  1672.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel  23  Nov. 
1672,  where  there  is  a  monument  to  his  memory  with 
this  inscription : 

M.S. 

Ingenui  juvenis  Thomse  Farmer 

Hujus  Collegii  superioris  ordinis  commensalis, 

Patris  Radulphi  filii  unigeniti, 

Duorumque  Patruorum, 

Arthuri  et  Thomse, 
Insignium  Mercatorum  Bristoliensium, 

Hseredis  unici : 
Qui  cum  18  setatis  suse  annum 

Compleverat, 
Febre  tune  temporis  epidemica 

Subito  correptus, 
Morum  tamen  suavitate, 

Vita  inculpabili, 

Perenniori  felicitati  maturus 

Obiit  Novembris  21, 

A°  Domini 

1672. 

James  Ady.  f«.  23  May,  1672  (fil.  Edvardi  Ady  de 
Barham,  Cant.  gen.  set.  16).  dLJH.  received  as  JF.<#. 
20  May,  1672,  restored  10  Aug.  1674. 

He  was  an  only  son,  and  died  under  age,  w.p.t  his  sister  in- 
heriting Barham  Court. 


296  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1672. 

William  Lush.  m.  12  July,  1672  (fil.  Richardi  Lush  de 
Gillingham,  Dorcestr.,  pauperis,  set.  17).  C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor,  July,  1673,  restored  4  Feb.  16-?-$.  Buried  in 
the  cloister  of  Wadham  1  Oct.  1675,  where  there  was  a 
stone,  G.  L.  (Wood  MS.) 

Thomas  Lyndesay.  ffl.  12  July,  1672  (fil.  J.  L.  de 
Blandford,  Dorcestr.,  min.  set.  16).  <£JH.  received 
24  July,  1672,  restored  11  Oct.  1673.  Admitted  £). 
26  Sept.  1673,  of  Blandford,  Dorset,  aged  16  "in  Biblio- 
theca "  by  John  Chace,  Vice-Gardianus.  B.A.  6  April, 
1676.  M.A.  13  March,  1678.  B.D.  and  D.D.  by  diploma 
5  July,  1693.  Admitted  jf.  21  March,  16ff.  Elected 
Moderator  Novas  Classis  1676  ;  Sub-Dean  1677  ;  Human- 
ity Lecturer  1682 ;  Dean  (in  place  of  Harding)  April, 
1684;  Catechist  1684;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1685; 
Bursar  1689. 

Wood  says  that  his  father  John  Lyndesay  was  Vicar  of  Bland- 
ford.  He  became  Vicar  of  Woolwich  1692-1695  ;  Chaplain  to 
Henry  Lord  Capel,  one  of  the  Lords  Justices  of  Ireland  1693  ; 
Dean  of  St.  Patrick's  6  Feb.  16$ f  ;  Bishop  of  Killalo  2  March, 
16§f  ;  Bishop  of  Raphoe,  May,  1713  ;  Archbishop  of  Armagh, 
Jan.  17^f .  He  was  at  one  time  one  of  the  Lords  Justices  of 
Ireland.  He  died  13  July,  1724,  aged  70.  He  was  a  great 
benefactor  to  the  Cathedral  and  Diocese  of  Armagh,  on  which 
he  is  said  to  have  bestowed  ,£7000,  particularly  encouraging 
the  development  of  the  musical  service. 

Hearne  (I.  187,  O.H.S.)  speaks  of  him  as  "a  man  of  good 
parts  but  of  little  or  no  learning,"  with  other  disparaging  re- 
marks :  and  again  (II.  49)  "a  man  of  loose  life  but  ready  wit." 

Author  of  a  sermon  preached  at  the  Dorsetshire  Feast  in 
1691,  on  Gal.  vi.  10.  (Wood,  Ath.  II.  1104.) 

John  Bridgman.  ffc.  26  July,  1672  (fil.  J.  B.  de  Prine 
Knesh,  i.e.  Prinknash,  Gloucestr.,  gen.  set.  17).  (£.fH. 
received  as  Jf.Ot.  July,  1672,  restored  31  May  by  Bursar 
Thornton. 

Charles  Bridgman.  fft.  as  above,  aat.  16.  (E.fH.  received 
as  above,  restored  26  March,  1673. 


1672.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  297 


Thomas  Lye.  £H.  27  July,  1672  (fil.  Edvardi  Lye  de 
Crookhorue,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  16).  £.£H.  received 
as  Servitor  26  July,  1672,  restored  26  March,  1677, 
B.A.  3  May,  1676. 

Thomas  Wickham.  fH.  11  Nov.  1672  (fil.  Thomse 
Wickham  de  Horsington,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  15).  C.fH. 
received  as  (ft.  12  Nov.  1672,  restored  15  Dec.  1675, 
Admitted  &.  24  Sept.  1675  (Whickbam)  of  Horsingtoii, 
aged  18.  B.A.  9  Nov.  1676.  M.A.  23  June,  1679. 

Baptised  1656.  Eector  of  Horsington  28  Aug.  1686  ;  died 
1724.  Son  of  Thomas  Wickham  1646,  and  father  of  Thomas 
Wickham  IVgf. 

William  Conyers.  £H,  15  Nov.  1672  (fil.  Tristrami 
Conyers  de  Wai tham stow,  Essex,  gen.  set.  17).  (C.ilH, 
received  as  OL  19  Sept.  1672,  restored  5  Oct.  1674. 
Admitted  &.  25  Sept.  1674  of  St.  Andrew's,  Holborne, 
London,  aged  18.  B.A,  1  June,  1676.  He  died  about 
17  Dec.  1676  ("  Holywell  Register  says  28  Dec.  but  is 
wrong,"  Wood),  and  was  buried  in  the  Outer  Chapel, 
with  stone  W.  C.  17  Dec.  1676. 

John  Beer.  »  23  Nov.  1672  (fil.  Richardi  Beer  de  Wind- 
sora  lata,  i.e.  Broad  Winsor,  Dorcestr,,  pauperis,  set.  16), 
(E.fH.  received  as  Servitor  25  Nov.  1672,  restored 
22  March,  16ff. 

William  Dodd.  j|H.  29  Nov.  1672  (fil.  Thomas  Dodd  de 
Malpas,  Cestr.  pleb.  set.  17).  C.ilH.  received  as  Servitor 
4  Oct.  1672,  restored  28  Nov.  1677.  B.A.  5  July,  1676. 
M.A.  2  July,  1679.  Admitted  <£i)ap!attt  23  Dec.  1676, 

Jonathan  Crump.  £H.  7  March,  16ff  (fil.  Jacobi  Crump 
de  Bremhill,  Wilton,  pauperis,  set.  17).  C.jffl.  received  as 
Servitor  6  March,  16ff,  taken  up  for  Battels  24  Oct. 
1683.  Buried  in  the  Chapel  20  Sept,  1675. 

Thomas  Day.  £H.  20  March,  16f|  (fil.  Thomse  Day  de 
Bristol,  gen.  set.  17).  (£.fH.  received  as  (ft.  14  March, 
16^-f,  increased  to  jF.(ft.  12  April,  1675,  restored 
by  Bursar  Thornton  19  April  — . 


298  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1672. 

Timothy  Parker.  £H.  20  March,  16|f  (fil.  T.  P.  de  Br. 
gen.  set.  15).  C.fH.  received  as  <£.  14  March,  16-ff, 
restored  by  Bursar  Thornton. 

John  Fishlake.  fH.  20  March,  16  Jf  (fil.  J.  F.  de  Sarum, 
Wilton,  pleb.  set.  17).  OLfH.  received  as  <E.  27  April, 
1673,  restored  21  Oct.  1676.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  9  Nov. 
1676.  M.A.  23  June,  1679. 

One  John  Fishlake  died  Rector  of  Fisherton  Anger,  Wilts, 

1731. 

Thomas  Dunster.  fH.  21  March,  16ff  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Dunster  de  Elmston,  sic,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  16). 
CJH.  received  as  Servitor  22  March,  16|f.  restored 
3  Jan.  1675.  Admitted  £.  24  Sept.  1675,  of  Ilminster, 
Somerset,  aged  18.  B.A.  31  Oct.  1676.  M.A.  23  June, 
1679.  B.D.  17  Dec.  1689.  D.D.  31  May,  1690.  Ad- 
mitted dF.  31  July,  1681.  Elected  Sub-Dean  1678  ; 
Moderator  of  Philosophy  1681  and  1684;  Catechist 
1682;  Humanity  Lecturer  1683;  Librarian  1685; 
Bursar  1686  ;  Dean  1687  ;  Sub- Warden  1688  ;  Proctor 
of  the  University  26  April,  1688.  He  was  elected 
3129atiJfn  on  the  resignation  of  Ironside  1  Oct.  1689. 
Hearne  mentions  that  Dr.  Dunster  held  the  livings  of 
Holton,  Bucks,  and  also  Marsh,  Bucks,  but  did  not 
reside.  Being  a  leader  of  the  Whig  party  in  the  Uni- 
versity his  character  is  unfavourably  drawn.  (Hearne, 
O.H.S.  I.  291,  II.  109.)  It  is  to  be  observed  that  during 
his  Wardenship  there  are  no  entries  in  the  Convention 
Book,  and  the  entries  in  the  Admission  Book  of  Foun- 
dationers cease  in  1694 :  the  Bursars'  Summaries  of 
Accounts  are  often  blank  for  half  a  year  or  a  year. 
Warden  Dunster  died  in  London  17  May,  1719.  His 
portrait  hangs  in  the  College  Hall. 

Richard  Hicks.  fH.  21  March,  16ff  (fil.  Johannis  Hicks 
de  Bristol,  gen.  set.  15).  C.fft.  received  as  OL  25  Feb. 
16-ff,  restored  23  Feb.  16-ff 


1673.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  299 


1673. 

John  Dampier  (Damphire).  m.  12  May,  1673  (fil.  J.  D. 
de  Marsh,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  19).  (JLffiL  received 
as  Servitor  6  May,  1673,  restored  5  Oct.  by  Bursar 
Thornton  ?  1676.  Admitted  OTlerfc  25  Sept.  1673. 
B.A.  24  Feb.  1676. 

Vicar  of  Keinton  Maude ville,  Somerset,  8  May,  1685,  but  died 
shortly  after. 


Robert  Burnett.  &M.  received  as  OL  20  Aug.  1673, 
restored  29  July,  1680.  B.A.  31  Oct.  1676.  M.A. 
8  July,  1680. 

Joanna  Webb.  (£.£H.  received  as  Servitor  30  Sept.  1673, 
increased  to  (£.  11  June,  1677,  restored  22  July  by 
Bursars  Thornton  and  Lessey.  fH.  (Alban  Hall)  4  July, 
1673  (fil.  Thomas  Webb  de  Sturminster  Newton,  Dorcestr. 
pauperis,  set.  18).  B.A.  3  May,  1677.  M.A.  29  Jan. 
1679.  Wood  says  that  he  was  (ftletfc  of  Wadham 
College  about  1674,  and  (tfjaplam  about  1679;  but 
there  is  no  record  of  either  in  the  Admission  Book  of 
Foundationers. 

He  was  subsequently  Master  of  the  Free  School  at  Bruton, 
Somerset.  Author  of  a  sermon,  Perjury,  the  Crying  Sin  of  the 
Nation,  1691. 

William  Holt,  ft.fft.  received  25  Nov.  1673,  increased  to 
OL  13  May,  1676,  restored  10  Jan.  by  Bursar  Thornton. 
M.  (St.  Edmund  Hall)  13  June,  1672  (fil.  W.  H.  de 
Home,  Somerset,  min.  set.  15).  B.A..  6  April,  1676. 


Edward  Downman.  fK.  12  May,  1673  (fil.  J.  D.  de 
Instow,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  16).  C.ffflL  received  as  (ft. 
4  April,  1673.  paid  over  for  Battels  19  Jan.  1682.  B.A. 
6  Feb.  1676. 


300  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1673-7-1. 

John  Godsall.  fH.  27  June,  1673  (fil.  Georgii  Godsall  de 
Somerton,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  18).  (E.fft.  received 
as  Servitor  22  June,  1673,  increased  to  OL  20  March, 
16|i,  taken  up  24  Oct.  1683.  B.A.  19  May,  1677. 

Christopher  Northcott.  f«.  4  July,  1673  (fil.  Thomse 
Northcott  de  Dolton,  i.e.  Dowlton,  Devon,  pauperis,  set. 
16.)  <&M.  received  as  Servitor  20  June,  1673,  restored 

4  March  by  Bursar  Ludwell.     B.A.  (Charles  Northcott) 
3  May,  1677. 

Laurence  Clarke.  Jfl.  4  July,  1673  (fil.  Edmundi  Clarke 
de  Keignton  Magna,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  16).  Probably 
Laurence  Clerke.  B.A.  (Magdalen)  22  May,  1677. 

Edward  Ford.  m.  19  July,  1673  (fil.  E.  F.  de  Hunnington, 
Devon,  gen.  set.  18).  (E.fH.  received  as  OL  16  July,  1673, 
B.A.  19  May,  1677.  M.A.  29  Jan.  1679.  B.M.  15  May, 
1683. 

John  Bradripp.  £H.  19  July,  1673  (fil.  J.  B,  de  Hinton 
St.  Mary,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  19).  (EJfl.  received  10  July, 
1673,  paid  over  14  Feb.  by  Bursar  Thornton. 

Probably  the  name  should  be  Brodrepp. 

Richard  Bradripp,  fft,  as  above,  set.  17.  C.1H.  received 
10  July,  1673.  B,A.  19  May,  1677,  M.A.  11  March, 
1679. 

John  Robins,  ffi.  19  Nov.  1673  (fil.  J.  R.  Bristoliensis 
arm.  set.  16).  <£.fft.  received  26  Dec.  1673,  restored 

5  June,  1676. 


1674. 

John  Pratt.  Admitted  £.  25  Sept.  1674  of  St.  Martin, 
Oxford,  aged  17.  im.  (Magdalen  Hall)  14  March,  16ff 
(fil.  Richardi  Pratt  de  Standlake,  Oxon,  pleb.  set.  16). 
B.A.  31  Oct.  1676.  M.A.  7  July,  1679.  Admitted  JF. 
1  July,  1678  ;  but  he  never  held  any  office ;  unless  he 


1674.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  .".01 


was  elected  Moderator  Novae  Classis  1677.     (?  Pratt  or 
Pigott.) 

Serjeant-at-law    1    Oct.    1700.       M.P.   for   Midhurst,  Sussex. 

Justice  of  the  King's  Bench  26  Oct.  1714.     Knighted  14  Nov. 

1714.     Lord  Chief  Justice  of  the  King's  Bench  19  May,  1718. 

Died   24   Feb.    1724.      Ancestor  of  Marquis  Camden.      His 

portrait  hangs  in  the  College  Hall. 

Nicholas  Chamberlaine.  £H.  10  April,  1674  (fil.  Edmundi 
Chamberlaine  de  Stow,  Gloucestr.  .gen.  set.  16).  &.£H. 
received  as  <!L  12  Feb.  1673,  restored  by  Bursar  Thornton 
9  Jan.  Admitted  £.  25  Sept.  1674,  of  Stow,  Gloc. 
aged  18.  _ 

Kebbe.  (C.fH.  received  as  <j£.  3  April,  1674,  paid  over 
6  April.  There  is  a  Walter  Kebby  of  Southrop,  Gloc., 
son  of  Thomas  K.  gen.,  who  fH.  at  St.  John's  13  June, 
1672  :  Southrop  is  a  Wadham  living. 

Brian  Janson.  SLfft.  received  as  JfM.  18  Sept.  1674, 
restored  4  Oct.  1676. 


Possibly  the  elder  brother  of  Edward  Janson  16  j|,  who 
appears  in  the  Pedigree  (Baker)  as  John  :  if  so,  he  died 
unmarried,  vita  patris. 


George  Yeo.  IB.  3  April,  1674  (fil.  Leonardi  Yeo  de  Huish, 
Devon,  gen.  set.  20).  C.fH.  received  as  (*L  1  April,  1674, 
paid  over  6  Aug.  1675. 

Simon  White.  £H.  3  April,  1674  (fil.  Sirnonis  White  de 
Haverleigh,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  17).  (£.£H.  received  as  (ft. 
6  March,  1673,  taken  up  for  Battels  29  Nov.  1677. 

John  Conybere.  £H.  3  April,  1674  (fil.  Georgii  Conybere 
de  Swynbridge,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  18).  (JT.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  27  March,  1674,  restored  by  Bursar  Ludwell 
5  March,  — .  B.A.  16  Oct.  1677. 

Richard  Lane.  £H.  3  April,  1674  (fil.  Johannis  Lane  de 
Membury,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  18).  &.£H.  received  as  (ft. 
30  Sept.  1673,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Balch  29  Sept, 
B.A.  16  Oct.  1(577. 


302  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1074. 


John  Bishop.  £H.  3  April,  1674  (fil.  Robert!  Bishop  de 
Bridport,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  20).  £.£5L  received  as  (ft. 
21  March,  1673,  taken  up  for  Battels  24  Oct.  16S3. 
B.A.  16  Oct.  1677. 

Gilbert  Ironside.  fft.  3  April,  1674  (fil.  Johannis  Ironside 
de  Burton,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  18).  (JT.fH.  received  as  <£. 
27  March,  1674,  restored  by  Bursar  Bury  11  July,  — . 

Gilbert     Ironside     of    Burton     Bradstock,    died,     aged    22. 
(Hutchins.) 

John  Newnham.  fH.  3  April,  1674  (fil.  Richardi  Nevvnham 
de  Newnham,  Northampton,  pauperis,  set.  17).  C.fH. 
received  as  Servitor  16  March,  1673,  restored  19  May, 
1677. 

William  Ernly.  flj.  3  April,  1674  (fil.  Gulielmi  Ernly  de 
Evenham,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  18).  (£.fH.  received  as 
OL  30  March,  1674,  taken  up  by  Bursar  Gould.  B.A. 
(Ernie)  13  Oct.  1677.  M.A.  8  July,  1680. 

Thomas  Dolman.  £ft.  10  April,  1674  (fil.  Thomse  Dolman 
de  Shaw,  Bercher,  eq.  fil.  natu  min.  set.  16).  <£.fH.  re- 
ceived as  OL  26  May,  1674,  restored  13  May  (?  March) 
IftfJ. 

In  the  church  at  Shaw  is  this  memorial  : 

To  the  Memory  of 

Sir  Thomas  Dolman 

Son  of  Sir  Thomas  Dolman 

One  of  the  Deputy  Lieutenants 

And  Colonel  of  the  Militia  of  this  County 

And  one  of  Her  Majesty's  Justices  of  the  Peace 

Who  dyed  30  April  A  D.  1711 

Aged  54  years. 

Hugh  Windham.  flj.  10  April,  1674  (fil.  Wadhami 
Windham  de  Sanim,  Wilton,  arm.  set.  17).  <£.fH.  re- 
ceived as  JF.OL  23  March,  16ff ,  restored  23  Dec.  1675. 

Died  unmarried  :  son  of  Wadham  Windham  1626. 


1374.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  303 


Peter  Haddon.  fft.  10  April,  1674  (fil.  Johannis  Haddon 
de  Wolston,  Warwic.  pauperis,  set.  15).  C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  17  April,  1674,  restored  16  March,  16f|. 
B.A.  30  Oct.  1677.  M.A.  (Hart  Hall)  7  July,  1687. 

William  Symons.  £H.  4  June,  1674  (fil.  Thomae  Symons 
de  Crantock,  Cornub.  pleb.  set.  17).  <£.fK.  received  as  <&. 
21  June,  1674,  restored  4  Feb.  16f|.  B.A.  (New  Inn 
Hall)  21  Feb.  1677.  M.A.  17  Dec.  1680. 

One  William  Symons  of  Bradridge,  Cornwall,  who  died  in 
1692,  gave  £100  towards  rebuilding  Boyton  Church  Tower. 


Richard  Ledgingham.  fH.  4  June,  1674  (fil.  Johannis 
Ledgingham  de  Exon.  pleb.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as 
4L  8  May,  1674.  B.A.  29  June,  1677.  M.A.  18  Nov. 
1680. 


Edward  Collins,  jft.  9  July,  1674  (fil.  Roberti  Collins  de 
St°  Salvatore,  Southwark,  gen.  set.  16).  C.JH.  received 
as  OL  16  July,  1674,  restored  19  April,  1678.  B.A. 
(Hart  Hall)  2  May,  1678.  M.A.  20  Jan.  1680. 

Henry  Shute.  Jft.  4  Dec.  1674  (fil.  Johannis  Shute  de 
Kitmerston,  i.e.  Kilmersdon,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  19). 
CJH.  received  as  Servitor  24  Nov.  1674,  restored  4  April. 
B.A.  4  June,  1678. 

Rev.  Henry  Shute  of  St.  Andrews,  Holborn,  founded  a  charity 
school  at  Kilmersdon,  his  native  place  by  will  dated  21  Sept. 
1719. 


Robert  Brown.  fH.  12  March,  16-f4  (fil.  Johannis  Brown 
de  Wambrook,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  15).  &.fH.  received  as 
OL  1  Feb.  16-H-,  paid  over  1  Dec.  1675. 

Robert  Cole.  ffl.  12  March,  16-ft  (fil.  Rogeri  Cole  de 
Crewkhern,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  19).  (JT.iJH.  received 
as  Servitor  8  Feb.  16-fi,  restored  by  Bursar  Ludwell 
17  April,  — .  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  15  Oct.  1678. 


304  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1674 


Thomas  Freke.  fH.  19  March,  16|i  (fil.  Thomse  Freke  de 
Harmington,  Wilton,  gen.  set.  15).  £.£H.  received  as  <*L 
4  March,  16ff,  taken  up  for  Battels  9  Nov.  1677. 

Born  1659,  married  1683  ;  died  s.p.  1714.     Brother  of  William 

Freeke  1677. 

Francis  Smith.  fH.  19  March,  16ff  (fil.  Obadise  Smith  de 
Fifield,  Essex,  gen.  set.  16).  (C.fH.  received  as  (&. 
20  Feb.  16|4,  paid  over  26  April,  1678.  Probably 
Francis  Smith,  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  15  Oct.  1678. 

Renatus  Peter.  fH.  19  March,  16-U  (fil.  Johannis  Peter  de 
Conodor,  Cornub.  cler.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  <tt. 
2  March,  16f4,  restored  by  Bursar  Ludwell  6  April  —  . 
B.A.  (Exeter)  15  Oct.  1678.  M.A.  (Alban  Hall)  6  June, 
1681. 


Robert  Hoblyn.  fH.  19  March,  16ff  (fil.  R.  H.  de 
St.  Columb,  Cornub.  gen.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  as  <£. 
2  March,  16  f  4,  restored  by  Bursar  Ludwell  6  April  —  . 
B,A.  (Exeter)  15  Oct.  1678.  M.A.  5  July,  1681. 

Robert  Hoblyn  of  Nansbyden,  clerk,  M.A.,  Rector  of  Ludgevan, 
J.P.  was  buried  at  St.  Columb  1  Feb.  1705,  having  died  in 
London  7  Jan.  170f  .  Brother  of  Edward  Hoblyn  1671. 

Nathaniel  Adams-  fH.  19  March,  16f£  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Adams  de  Walfold,  Hereford,  pauperis,  set.  17).  (£.1H. 
received  as  Servitor  30  March,  1675,  restored  24  June, 
1678.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  29  Oct.  1678. 

William  Adams  was  Vicar  of  Wai  ford  1662-1681. 

Richard  Butler,  fH.  19  March,  16-f£  (fil.  Johannis  Butler 
de  Bisley,  Gloucestr.  pleb.  set.  18).  (JT.fH.  received  as  (JL 
25  Feb.  16ff  B.A.  17  Oct.  1678.  M.A.  6  June,  1681. 

Walter  Wrottesly.  fH.  19  March,  16ff  (fil.  Edvardi 
Wrottesly  de  Shiroaks,  Nottingham,  gen.  set.  20).  C.fH. 
received  as  (ft.  27  March,  1675,  taken  up  for  Battels 
24  Oct.  1683. 


1675.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  305 


1675. 

Ralph  Willet.     Admitted  £.  24  Sept.  1675  of  Cirencester, 

Gloc.  aged  18.     fH.  (St.  John's)  28  March,  1672  (fil. 

E.   W.   de   Cyrcester,  Gloucestr,   pleb.   set.  16).      B.A. 

29  Jan.    16-ff-      M-A-    4  June>    16?8-      Admitted   dF. 

1    July,    1678.      Elected   Catechist    1679;    Humanity 

Lecturer  1680. 

Probably  father  of  Kalph  Willett  I7gf  ;  and  if  so,  Hector  of 
Stratton,  Gloucestershire,  appointed  about  1704,  where  he 
died  20  Aug.  1738.  He  has  a  monument  with  a  long,  but 
illegible  inscription  in  Latin  on  the  South  Wall  of  the  Chancel. 
One  of  this  name  was  Rector  of  Wishford,  Wilts,  1734—1738. 

William  Coward.     Admitted  5>.  24  Sept.  1675,  of  Winton, 

i.e.  Winchester  in  the  Co.  Southampton,  aged  18.  fH. 
(New)  11  Aug.  1672  (fil.  Thomse  Coward  de  Wintonia, 
gen.  set.  18).  B.A.  27  June,  1677.  M.A.  (Merton) 
13  Dec.  1683.  B.M.  23  June,  1685.  D.M.  2  July,  1687. 
Elected  Moderator  Novae  Classis  1678.  He  was  elected 
Prob.  dF.  of  Merton  1679.  Wood  says  that  he  ffi.  at 
Hart  Hall,  May,  1674,  aged  18. 

He  practised  medicine  at  Northampton,  and  later  (1693-94)  in 
Lombard  Street,  London.  He  wrote  De  Fermento  Volatili 
Nutritio  Conjectura  Rationalis,  London,  1695  ;  and  translated 
Dryden's  Absalom  and  Achitophel  into  Latin  Heroics,  Oxford, 
1682.  (Wood  F.  II.  401,  &c.) 


Robert  Stonehouse.  (ZLfH.  received  as  (ft.  28  April,  1675, 
paid  over  19  Jan.  1680  by  Bursar  Balch.  fH.  (Pembroke) 
8  March,  1672  (fil.  R.  S.  de  Romford,  Essex,  min.  set.  15). 
B.A.  31  Oct.  1676.  M.A.  30  June,  1679. 

Nicolas  Halkett.  (!L£H.  received  as  jF.(ft.  16  May,  1675, 
restored  14  March,  16ff. 

Richard  Sheppard.  <£.fH.  received  as  Servitor  17  Sept. 
1675,  restored  by  Bursar  Freke  10  Nov.  ?  1677.  B.A. 
(New  Inn  Hall)  20  March,  1678. 

John  Saunders.  (£.£H.  received  as  (ft.  9  March,  16f£, 
restored  17  June,  1677. 


306  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1675. 

Daniel  Gardner.  £H.  26  March,  1675  (fil.  Johannis  Gardner 
de  Crowton,  Northampton,  gen.  aet.  16).  <£.£H.  received 
as  OL  21  June,  1675,  restored  14  Oct.  1678.  B.A. 
(Gardiner)  29  Oct.  1678.  M.A.  4  July,  1681. 

Richard  Kenryck.  fH.  26  March,  1675  (fil.  Roberti 
Kenryck  de  King's  Sutton,  Northampton,  gen.  sst.  15). 
&.fH.  received  as  (ft.  12  June,  1675,  taken  up  for  Battels 
27  Oct.  1683.  B.A.  (Kenwrick)  17  Oct.  1678.  M.A. 
4  July,  1681. 

Baptised  18  Sept.  1659  ;  buried  29  Dec.  1681  at  King's  Sutton. 

John  Grimsted.  ffl.  26  March,  1675  (fil.  Henrici  Grimsted 
de  Yeatminster,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  17).  (£.£H.  received 
as  (ft.  22  March,  16f  f,  restored  15  March, 


John  Grimsted.  fH.  26  March,  1675  (fil.  Eoberti  Grimsted 
de  Balston,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17).  C.fft.  received  as 
(ft.  22  March,  16ff-,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar 
Thornton. 

Alexander  Crooke.  fS.  26  March,  1675  (fil.  Gulielmi  Crooke 
de  Chilton,  Buckingham,  gen.  set.  16).  (EJH.  received 
as  (ft.  10  April,  1675,  restored  9  Oct.  1676.  Admitted 
5.  29  Sept.  1676,  of  Chilton,  Berks,  in  the  diocese  of 
Lincoln,  aged  16.  B.A.  (Croke)  17  Oct.  1678.  M.A. 
6  June,  1681.  Admitted  J.  4  July,  1682.  Elected 
Sub-Dean  1679;  Catechist  1683;  Humanity  Lecturer 
1684;  Dean  1685;  Librarian  1686  ;  Bursar  1687,  1688 
1690,  1693;  Sub-  Warden  1691. 

Said  to  have  been  born  in  1657.  Hector  of  Hartwell  near 
Aylesbury  ;  succeeded  his  brother  William  in  the  Croke 
estate  at  Studley  in  1705  ;  died  27  Nov.  1726,  in  the  69th  year 
of  his  age,  and  is  buried  at  Chilton.  Thomas  Creech  1676, 
dedicates  the  20th  Idyll  of  his  translation  of  Theocritus  to 
"  my  good-humoured  friend,  Mr.  Alexander  Croke  of  Wadham 
College."  (Croke's  History  of  the  Croke  Family,  I.  680.) 

Roger  Morgan.  ffl.  14  May,  1675  (fil.  Georgii  Morgan  de 
Bristol!,  urb.  pleb.  set.  17).  OD.fH.  received  as  <2L 
30  March,  1675,  restored  30  March,  1678. 


1675.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  307 


John  Jones.  £H.  14  May,  1675  (fil.  Richard!  Jones  de 
Westmonasterio,  urb.  gen.  set.  16.  £JH.  received  as  (ft. 
30  April,  1675,  restored  13  Oct.  1677.  Admitted  £. 
28  Sept.  1677  of  "Weston,"  aged  18.  B.A.  13  March, 
1678.  M.A.  (Alban  Hall)  8  Dec.  1681. 


Robert  Jones,  fft.  17  July,  1675  (fil.  Nathaniel  Jones  de 
Berrington,  i.e.  Burrington,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  18). 
C.JH.  received  as  <ZL  —  Aug.  1675,  taken  up  for  Battels 
3  July,  1677. 


Thomas  Pitt.  ffi.  19  Nov.  1675  (fil.  Robert!  Pitt  de 
Blanford,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  19).  <£JH.  received  as  <JL 
19  Oct.  1675,  restored  1  Oct.  1677. 

He  became  subsequently  a  Master  in  Chancery. 


Edward  Godolphin.  iH.  19  Nov.  1675  (fil.  Francisci 
Godolphin  de  Godolphin,  Cornub,  eq.  de  Balneo,  set.  16). 
C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  12  Aug.  1675,  taken  up  for  Battels 
22  Jan.  1676.  He  died  10  Dec.  1676,  aged  17,  and  was 
buried  in  the  College  Chapel :  stone  marked  E.  G.  1676. 

Brother  of  Henry  Godolphin  1664,  and  Charles  Godolphin 
1665,  and  of  Sidney,  Earl  of  Godolphin,  Lord  High  Treasurer. 


Roger  Pearce.  £H.  3  Dec.  1675  (fil.  Gulielmi  Pearce  de 
Sevington  Marise,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  18).  (£.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  9  Nov.  1675,  restored  27  Oct.  1680. 
B.A.  (Robert  Pearce)  23  June,  1679. 

Vicar  of  Seavington  St.  Michael,  28  May,  1681  :  died  1691. 


wlings  Dringe.  fH.  (Rawlensius  Dring)  17  Dec.  1675, 
(fil.  Samuelis  Dring  de  Brewton,  Somerset,  pleb. 
set.  16).  OD.HH.  received  as  OL  8  Dec.  1675, 
restored  11  Jan.  1676.  Admitted  £.  29  Sept.  1676,  of 
Bruton,  Somerset,  aged  17.  B.A.  (Rawlens  Dringe) 
27  June,  1679.  M.A.  24  May,  1682.  Admitted  JF. 


308  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1675. 

13  Dec.  1682.     Elected  Moderator  Novse  Classis  1679  ; 

Sub-Dean  1680. 

Practised  medicine  at  Sherborne  1694.  Author  of  a  treatise  on 
the  Crystallization  of  Salts.  (Wood,  Ath.  IV.  738.) 

John  Pitt.  m.  18  Feb.  16f  £  (fil.  J.  P.  de  Hereford,  gen. 
set.  17).  (E.fH.  received  as  (ft.  14  Feb.  16ff,  restored  by 
Bursar  Thornton.  B.A.  16  Oct.  1679. 

John  Farren.  fH.  9  March,  16|f  (fil.  Thomse  Farren  de 
Clay  Coton,  Northampton,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received 
same  day,  restored  9  March,  1677.  B.C.L.  (Alban  Hall) 
7  July,  1682. 

Cope  Doyley.  J$L  10  March,  16f£  (fil.  Caroli  Doyley  de 
Southrop,  Gloucestr.  gen.  set.  17).  <K.fE.  received  as  <E. 
16  Nov.  1676,  restored  13  Oct.  1677.  B.A.  (Merton) 
30  April,  1680. 

In  Bayley's  History  of  the  Doylys,  the  eldest  son  oi  Charles 
Doyly  1627,  is  called  Charles  :  but  he  is  presumably  the  same 
as  this  man,  being  the  only  elder  brother  of  Robert  Doyly 
mentioned  in  the  history  :  he  succeeded  his  father  in  1694,  and 
was  buried  at  Southrop  20  Feb.  1741. 

Robert  Doyley.  £H.  10  March,  16ff,  as  above,  set.  15. 
OTJH,  received  as  (ft.  10  July,  1676,  restored  13  Oct. 
1677.  Admitted  g>.  28  Sept.  1677,  of  Southrop,  Gloc. 
aged  17.  B.A.  23  Oct.  1679.  M.A.  19  June,  1682. 
Admitted  Jf.  2  July,  1686.  Elected  Humanity  Lecturer 
1686;  Catechist  1687;  Dean  1689;  Bursar  1690  and 
1695  ;  Sub- Warden  1692. 

Rector  of  Fryerning,  Essex,  22  Aug.  1688,  where  he  left  an 
annual  charitable  donation  of  thirty  shillings  "to  purchase 
bread  to  be  distributed  among  the  poor  at  Christmas  and 
Easter."  He  was  private  chaplain  to  Lady  Elizabeth  Hastings, 
and  published  a  sermon  preached  in  her  private  chapel  at  Bath 
on  Providence  vindicated  as  permitting  Wickedness  and  Mischief  \ 
1711.  Subsequently  Rector  of  Ginge  Hospital,  Essex,  where 
he  published  Four  Dissertations  1728.  He  died  10  April,  1733, 
leaving  £'300  to  the  Society  for  the  Relief  of  Clergymen's 
Children  and  Widows. 


1675.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  309 

William  Shepheard.  £H.  10  March,  16-ff  (fil.  Jacob! 
Shepheard  de  Cholmly,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  17).  (E.fK. 
received  as  (ft.  14  March,  16f£,  restored  29  Oct.  1683. 
B.A.  (Shephard)  23  Oct.  1679. 

William  Ashweek.  £H.  10  March,  16ff  (fil.  G.  A.  de 
Ashpurton,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  18).  &.£H.  received  as 
Servitor  16  Feb.  16ff,  restored  19  Jan.  1681.  B.A. 
16  Oct.  1679. 

John  Kilsby.  £H.  10  March,  16^f  (fil.  J.  K.  de  Creek, 
Northampton,  pauperis,  set.  18).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  9  March,  16-f£,  restored  by  Bursar  Latton. 
B.A.  23  Oct.  1679. 

John  Hody.  £H.  10  March,  16ff  (fil.  Kichardi  Hody  de 
Odcombe,  Somerset,  min.  set.  18).  (E.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
9  March,  16|f.  B.A.  16  Oct.  1679. 

Richard  Hody.  £H.  as  above,  set.  17.  C.iffiL  received  as 
above.  B.A.  16  Oct.  1679.  M.A.  19  June,  1682. 

Vicar  of  Ilchester,  Somerset,  20  June,  1686,  where  he  was 
buried  8  April,  1690  :  at  the  same  time  he  held  the  Vicarage  of 
Northover,  Somerset,  30  June,  1686. 

Humphrey  Hody.  £H.  as  above,  set.  16.  C.fH.  received  as 
above,  restored  9  Oct.  1677.  Admitted  &.  28  Sept. 
1677  of  Odcombe,  Somerset,  aged  18.  B.A.  23  Oct. 
1679.  M.A.  19  June,  1682.  B.D.  31  Oct.  1689.  D.D. 
17  Jan.  1692.  Admitted  dF.  4  July,  1685.  Elected 
Sub-Dean  1682 ;  Humanity  Lecturer  1685 ;  Catechist 
1686;  Dean  1688;  Sub-Warden  1689;  Bursar  1691 
and  1692.  Regius  Professor  of  Greek  1698 ;  Archdeacon 
of  Oxford  1704.  He  died  20  Jan.  1706,  and  was  buried 
in  Wadham  College  Chapel. 

Domestic  Chaplain  to  Bishop  Stillingfleet  (Worcester),  and 
Archbishops  Tillotson,  and  Tenison  :  Rector  of  Monks  Ris- 
borough. 

Hearne  says  :  "  He  was  a  man  of  great  industry,  good  natural 
parts,  and  a  great  memory,  but  had  but  little  judgment  :  how- 
ever he  was  very  useful,  and  generally  was  for  carrying  on 
things  of  learning."  (Collections,  OM.S.  I.  318.) 

. 


310  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1675. 

He  bequeathed  most  of  his  property  to  the  College,  subject 
to  his  wife's  life,  for  the  encouragement  of  Hebrew  and  Greek 
studies.  His  widow, 'Edith  (Daniell),  lived  on  till  28  Nov. 
1736.  She  was  also  buried  in  Wadham  College  Chapel, 
where  there  is  a  stone  with  this  inscription  : 

Hie  jacet 

Humphredus  Hody  S.  T.  P. 
Graecae  Linguse  Professor  Regius, 

Archidiaconus  Oxon. 

Reverendissimis  Dominis 

L>  JOANNI  TILLOTSON 

D  THOMAE  TENISON 

A  sacris  domesticis  et 
Hujus  Collegii  quondam  Socius 

Qui  obiit 

Jan.  20,  A.D.  1706 

Edith  uxor  obiit  Nov.  28,  1736. 

The  first  election  of  Hody  Exhibitioners  took  place  in  June, 
1738.  A  work  of  his,  De  Greeds  illustribus,  was  published 
posthumously  in  1742.  His  portrait  hangs  in  the  College  Hall. 

William  Kent.  m.  10  March,  16f£  (fil.  G.  K.  de  Boscombe, 
i.e.  Buscombe,  Wilton,  gen.  set.  18.  C.fH.  received  as 
OL  12  June,  1675,  restored  16  Oct.  1676.  Admitted  5>. 
29  Sept.  1676. 

William  Kent  of  Buscombe  parted  with  the  estate  (being  in 
embarrassed  circumstances)  in  1675  (Hoare). 

Stephan  Light.  fH.  10  March,  16f|-  (fil.  Stephani  Light  de 
South  Petherton,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17).  &JH.  received 
as  (it.  9  March,  16ff,  restored  12  Oct.  1677. 

Farewell  Perry.  IE.  10  March,  16ff  (fil.  Jacobi  Perry  de 
Sutton  Magna,  Wilton,  pleb.  set.  17).  B.A.  (Hart  Hall) 
23  Oct.  1679.  M.A.  5  July,  1682. 

Prebendary  of  Winterbourne  Earls  (Sarum),  28  Jan.  16|i. 

William  Mason.  £H.  10  March,  16f£  (fil.  Benjamin  Mason 
de  Pixley,  Hereford,  gen.  set.  18).  (EJH.  received  as  <£. 
9  March,  16f|,  restored  16  Oct.  1676.  Admitted  £>. 
29  Sept.  1676.  B.A.  2  March,  1679. 


1675-76.]  "WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  311 

Nicholas  Hardie.  fH.  17  March,  16|£  (fil.  Johannis  Hardie 
de  Woolscombe,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  18).  C.lft.  received 
as  OL  2  Feb.  16 J£,  restored  8  Aug.  1678. 

Keally  of    Wolcombe   Matravers :    born  27  Nov.  1656,  died 

25  May,  1717.     (Hutchins,  IV.  433.) 

John  Burrough.  fflL  17  March,  16ff  (fil.  J.  B.  pauperis, 
set.  19).  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  22  March,  16nf£, 
taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Balch.  B.A.  4  Dec. 
1679. 

Antony  Ellisdon.  fH.  18  March,  16-ff  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Ellisdon  de  Charmouth,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH. 
received  as  OL  20  Jan.  16-J-f-,  restored  11  Jan.  1676. 

Hutchins  says,  "born  2  May,  1654  (?  1659),  and  died  13  Nov. 
1737,  aged  79."  He  is  buried  at  Charmouth  with  this  epitaph  : 

H.  S.  E. 

Antonius  Ellesdon  Armiger,  hujus  ecclesise  patronus  cujus 
mosnia  no  vis  sedificiis  ornavit,  cujus  redditus  sua  pariter  ac 
regia  munificentia  adduxit  ("?  auxit).  Fuit  ille  vir  mitis  et 
placidi  ingenii  qui  hoc  ruris  angulo  consenescens  et  bene  latuit 
et  bene  vixit  :  obiit  fere  octogenarius  vitse  ante  actoe  con- 
scientice(  1  a)  laetus,  singular!  in  Deum  pietate,  effusa  in 
homines  benevolentia,  eximia  in  pauperes  liberalitate  vere 
conspicuus.  Viro  optime  de  se  merito  (in  quo  defecit  stirps 
mascula  familise  de  Ellesdon  hie  loci  per  multos  annos  Celebris) 
hoc  qualecunque  monumentum  poni  curavit  Richardus  Henvil 
Mercator  Bristoliensis  defuncti  ex  sorore  nepos.  Ob.  13  Nov. 
1737,  set.  79. 

1676. 

Abraham  Williams.  Admitted  S.  29  Sept.  1676  of 
Dodington,  Somerset,  aged  18.  B.A.  27  June,  1677. 

Thomas  Lidgould.  Admitted  £.  29  Sept.  1676  of 
St.  Martin's  in  Campis,  Middlesex,  aged  16.  iH.  14  July, 
1676  (fil.  Nicolai  Lidgould  de  Londin.  pleb.  set.  15). 
C.fH.  received  21  July,  1676,  restored  2  Oct.  1676. 
B.A.  14  May,  1680.  M.A.  6  Feb.  1682.  Admitted 
Jf.  2  July,  1682.  Elected  Moderator  Novse  Classis 
1680;  Sub-Dean  1681  ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy  1683  ; 


312  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1676. 

Librarian  1(584;    Catechist  1685;   Dean  1686;  Bursar 
1687,  1689,  1692,  1693;  Sub-  Warden  1690. 

Rector  of  Melbury  Sampford,  Dorset,  till  1703,  when  he  re- 
signed. (Hutchins,  II.  681.)  Rector  of  Rewe,  Devon,  21  May, 
1703,  where  he  died  on  the  15th,  and  was  buried  18  March, 


Francis  Prideaux.  £ft.  11  May,  1676  (fil.  Edmundi 
Prideaux  de  Ford  Abbey,  Devon,  arm.  set.  16).  <£.fH. 
received  as  JfM.  10  May,  1676,  restored  25  Nov.  1677. 

Thomas  Bishop.  £H.  4  July,  1676  (fil.  Thomse  Bisbop  de 
Minhead,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  18).  <£.£H.  received  as  (St. 
3  July,  1676  (but  the  (£.£H.  of  one  Bisbop  was  received 
apparently  as  Servitor  12  June,  1675,  taken  up  for 
Battels  25  July,  1680).  B.A.  (Bishopp)  3  May,  1680. 
M.A.  26  June,  1683. 

Robert  Wall.  £H.  4  July,  1676  (fil.  Jobannis  Wall  de 
Dorcestria,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  aet.  15).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  3  July,  1676,  increased  to  OL  19  June,  1680. 
B.A.  14  May,  1680.  M.A.  2  July,  1683. 

William  Savage,  ffl.  14  July,  1676  (fil.  Georgii  Savage  de 
Bloxford,  i.e.  Blox  worth,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  17).  (C.fH. 
received  as  Jf.dSt.  9  June,  1676,  restored  by  Bursar 
Freke  21  Nov.  ?  1677  or  1680. 

Brother  of  George  Savage  1678. 

Thomas  Orby.  £H.  29  July,  1676,  in  vacatione  (fil.  Thomse 
de  Londin.  Parisiis  natus,  equitis  fil.  natu  minor,  set.  18). 
(£.£H.  received  as  Jf.(&.  4  Aug.  1676,  restored  15  April, 
1681.  B.A.  5  July,  1680. 

Son  of  Sir  Thomas  Orby  of  Crowland,  Line.,  a  servant  of  the 
Queen-mother,  Henrietta  Maria.  He  succeeded  his  elder 
brother  Charles  as  third  baronet  in  1716  ;  married  Charlotte, 
daughter  of  Charles  Gerard,  Earl  of  Macclesfield  :  died  s.p.s. 
7  Feb.  1724. 

James  Sayer.  £H.  8  Dec.  1676  (fil.  Edmundi  Sayer  de 
Kettering,  Northampton,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received 
as  J^.OL  26  Sept.  1676,  restored  20  July,  1680. 


1676.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  313 

Samuel  Spalding.  fft.  8  Dec.  1676  (fil.  Augustini  Spalding 
de  Hutton,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  18).  £.fH.  received  as 
OL  26  Oct.  1676,  restored  16  Aug.  1678. 

Edward  Smith.  fH.  8  Dec.  1676  (fil.  Samuelis  Smith  de 
Berkley,  Gloucestr.  gen.  set.  17).  OD.fH.  received  as  <£. 
10  Nov.  1676,  restored  19  Oct.  1677. 

Possibly  Edward  Smith  of  Magdalen  Hall.     B.A.   15  June, 

1680.     M.A.  4  July,  1683. 

George  Coxeter.  fH.  26  Jan.  16-fJ-  (fil.  G.  C.  de  Bampton, 
Oxon.,  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  OL  31  Jan.  16ff. 
B.A.  21  Oct.  1680. 

William  Bragg.     f&.  23  Feb.  IGff-  (fil.  Matthasi  Bragg  de 

Thorncomb,  Devon,  gen.  set.  16).      C.fft.  received  as  (ft. 

28  Feb.  16ff-,  restored  8  Nov.  by  Bursar  Freke  1677. 

Admitted  £.  28  Sept.  1677,  as  above.     B.A.  27  Oct. 

1680.     M.A.  8  June,  1683.     Hearne  calls  him  Jf.  of 

Wadham  ;  but  I  can  find  no  notice  of  his  admission :  he 

may  have  been  a  probationer.     (Collect.  O.H.S.  I.  233.) 

Possibly  father  of  William  Bragg  1707,  if  so,  of  Sadborough, 

Devon,  arm.  :  or  of  John  Bragg  1712,  if  so,  he  was  then  of 

Childhay,  Dorset,  gen. 

Thomas  Creech.  fH.  23  Feb.  16ff  (fil.  Thomse  Creech  de 
Blanford,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  16).  (ZT.IH.  received  as  <£. 
31  Jan.  16ff,  restored  9  Oct.  1677.  Admitted  £. 
28  Sept.  1677,  as  above.  B.A.  27  Oct.  1680  "when  he 
was  Collector,  and  making  a  speech  as  is  usual  for  the 
Collectors  to  do,  he  came  off  with  great  applause,  which 

fined  him  great  reputation."      (Hearne,  Collect.  O.H.S. 
305.)       M.A.    13   June,    1683.       B.D.    (All   Souls) 

18  March,  1696.    Elected  Moderator  Novas  Classis  1681. 

Elected  ty.Jf.  of  All  Souls  1  Nov.  1683. 

He  had  been  educated  at  Sherborne  School,  and  was  admitted 
to  Wadham  under  the  patronage  of  Colonel  Strangways.  One 
Thomas  Creech  was  Master  of  Sherborne  School  from  1694  to 
1696.  He  was  presented  by  All  Souls  to  the  living  of  Welwyn, 
Herts.,  but  committed  suicide  in  the  following  year,  when  by 
the  coroner's  jury  he  was  found  "non  compos  mentis."  Wood 
calls  him  "  a  good  philosopher,  divine,  and  poet,"  and  Hearne 


314  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1676-77. 

speaks  of  him  as  "  one  of  the  most  applauded  wits  we  had,  and 
one  who  for  several  curious  pieces  deserved  well  of  the 
commonwealth  of  learning."  He  published  an  edition  of 
Lucretius  in  1695,  having  previously  put  out  a  translation  in 
1682  and  1683  :  also  translations  of  Horace  and  Theocritus  in 
1684,  and  (posthumously)  of  Manilius  in  1700  :  he  was  also 
author  of  other  translations,  and  an  essay  on  the  Daemon  of 
Socrates.  Hearne  mentions  that  at  the  time  of  his  death  he 
was  engaged  on  an  edition  of  Justin  Martyr,  and  says  that  "he 
was  an  excellent  scholar  in  all  parts  of  learning,  especially  in 
divinity."  (Collect.  O.H.S.  I,  305.)  His  portrait  is  in  the 
College  Hall,  and  in  the  Bodleian  :  and  engravings  are  prefixed 
to  the  editions  of  Horace  and  Lucretius  :  see  also  Dr.  Griffiths' 
collections  in  the  lodgings  of  the  Warden  of  Wadham. 

John  Foster.  fH.  23  Feb.  16ff-  (fil.  Henrici  Foster  de 
Westwood,  Wilton,  pauperis,  set.  19).  C,fH.  received  as 
Servitor,  29  March,  1677,  increased  early  in  1683: 
restored  14  July,  by  Bursar  Gould.  B.A.  21  Oct.  1680. 
M.A.  20  June,  1683. 

William  Prichard.  m.  9  March,  16ff  (fil.  Gualteri 
Prichard  de  Lackington  Alba,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  16). 
B.A.  21  Oct.  1680. 

Probably  Vicar  of  East  Lambrook,  Somerset,  2  May,  1685  ; 
Vicar  of  Wiveliscombe  12  April,  1688  ;  resigned  1701. 


1677. 

Gilbert  Gale.  Admitted  &.  5  Oct.  1677  ("natus  in  parochia 
ecclesige  Christi  in  civ.  Bristoll.")  aged  16.  £H.  29  Nov. 
1678  (fil.  Thomas  Gale  de  Bristoll.  pleb.  set  17). 


John  Page.  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  16  July,  1677. 
B.A.  23  Oct.  1679.  M.A.  24  May,  1682.  B.D.  and  D.D. 
12  July,  1698. 

Samuel  Genefar.  C.fH.  received  as  4L  13  Oct.  1677 
restored  31  Aug.  1678.  fEL  (New)  as  clerk  31  July, 
1677.  (Fil.  Johannis  Genefar  de  Londin.  gen.  set.  19), 


1677.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  315 

having  been  educated  at  Winchester  College.  B.A. 
(Magd.)  4  July,  1681.  M.A.  6  May,  1684.  He  was 
Demy  of  Magdalen  1678 — 1689,  and  submitting  to 
King  James'  interference  was  admitted  $.  16  Nov. 
1687,  but  was  replaced  in  the  position  of  Demy  by  the 
Visitor  25  Oct.  1688. 

He    translated   the    Life    of    Conon  from   Cornelius   Nepos. 
(Wood,  Ath.  IV.  600.) 


Robert  Forsith.  ffi.  (Fossith)  30  March,  1677  (fil.  R. 
Fossith  de  Winterbourne,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  16). 
<£.fH.  received  as  Servitor  (Forsith)  12  April,  1677,  and 
again  31  Jan.  16ff.  B.A.  23  Feb.  1681. 

John  Brayne.  M.  30  March,  1677  (fil.  J.  B.  de  Taunton, 
Somerset,  cler.  set.  16).  C.fEL  received  as  (ft.  16  March, 
16ff,  restored  19  April,  1680.  B.A.  (Glouc.  Hall) 
15  Oct.  1680. 

Moses  Stroud.  fK.  30  March,  1677  (fil.  Georgii  Stroud  de 
Ryme,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  17).  (£JH.  received 
13  April,  1677,  restored  24  July,  1680.  One  Stroude  is 
mentioned  by  Gutch  as  "  sepultus  in  claustro  "  1680. 

Samuel  Musgrave.  fH.  2  April,  1677  (fil.  Thomse  Musgrave 
de  Kingstone,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18).  <£JH.  received  as 
(ft.  3  March,  16-ff  Admitted  S>.  24  Sept.  1680,  of 
Kingston,  Somerset,  aged  18.  B.A.  3  Nov.  1681.  M.A. 
26  Feb.  1683.  Admitted  Jf.  30  June,  1687.  Elected 
Humanity  Lecturer  1688  and  1689. 

Edward  Glyne.  fH.  2  April,  1677  (fil.  Roberti  Glyne  de 
Risington,  Gloucestr.  cler.  set.  17).  £.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
24  March,  16-ff.  B.A.  (Glyn)  27  Oct.  1680.  M.A. 
8  June,  1683. 

Nathaniel  Napier,  n.  2  April,  1677  (fil.  N.  N.  de  Easham, 
Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  17).  <!L£H.  received  as  Servitor 


316  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1677. 


3  March,   16ff,  and  increased  as  B.A.  20  June,  1682, 
taken  up  for  Battels  29  Oct.  1683.     B.A.  21  Oct.  1680. 

One  Nathaniel  Napier  was  instituted  Vicar  of  Sutton  Walrond, 
Dorset,  1686,  and  died  1722  :  where  he  is  buried  with  this 
inscription  : 

Here  lyeth  the  body 
Of  the  Keverend  Nathaniel  Napier 

Aged  63 

Eector  of  this  parish  36  years 

Born  of  an  illustrious  family 

But  paid  the  common  debt  to  nature 

July  14,  1722 
En,  mortalitatis  exemplar. 

Vivendo  disce  uiori, 
Ut  moriendo  aeternum  vivas. 

Robert  Berkenhead.  fH.  2  April,  1677  (fil.  Theophili 
Berkenhead  de  Highgate,  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  14).  (£.£H. 
received  as  <ft,  6  April,  1677,  restored  by  Bursar  Balch. 

William  Freeke.  m.  5  April,  1677  (fil.  Thomas  Freeke  de 
Hannington,  Wilton,  gen.  sdt.  14).  (£.1H.  received  as  (ft. 
26  April,  1677,  restored  2  May,  1679. 

Wood  calls  him  otherwise  le  Freeke,  and  says  that  he  was  the 
youngest  son  of  T.  Freeke  of  Hannington,  near  Highworth, 
Wilts  :  also  that  he  was  a  Gentleman  Commoner.  He  went  to 
the  Temple  and  became  a  Barrister.  He  wrote  An  Essay  to- 
.  wards  the  Union  between  Divinity  and  Morality,  1687.  Also 
A  brief  and  clear  Confutation  of  the  Doctrine  of  the  Trinity, 
which  tract  was  publicly  burnt  in  Palace  Yard,  Westminster, 
13  Dec.  1693,  and  he  himself  was  tried  and  convicted  of  blas- 
phemy 19  May,  1694,  and  fined  ,£500,  and  compelled  to  give 
security  for  his  good  behaviour  for  three  years,  and  to  make  a 
recantation  in  Westminster  Hall.  (Ath.  IV.  740.)  Hearne 
says  of  him,  "  I  think  he  took  no  degree  ;  he  wrote  a  book 
called  Essays  about  Learning.  He  was  a  whimsical  man."  He 
also  mentions  that  William  Freeke  gave  to  Bodley  a  great 
number  of  coyns  together  with  a  most  curious  cabinet. 
(Collect,  O.H.S.  I.  p.  338;  II.  p.  144).  He  died  1744. 
Brother  of  Thomas  Freke  161  i. 


1677.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  317 

Samuel  Cove.  £fl.  6  April,  1677  (fil.  Gulielmi  Cove  de 
Exon.,  Devon,  gen.  set.  16).  C.JH.  received  as  <£.  same 
day. 

Hugh  Palmer,  fft.  6  April,  1677  (fil.  Theophili  Palmer  de 
Exon.,  Devon,  gen.  set.  16).  &JK.  received  as  (ft.  same 
day. 

Gerard  Napier,  flj.  7  April,  1677  (fil.  Nathanielis  Napier 
de  Creechhill,  Dorcestr.  Baronetti,  set.  16).  4DJK.  re- 
ceived as  3f.<&.  3  March,  16-ff,  restored  by  Bursar  Freke, 
20  July. 

His  mother  was  a  daughter  of  Sir  Hugh  Wyndham  of  Sylton, 
Dorset :  see  1623  :  brother  of  Windham  Napier,  see  below. 

Richard  Mogan.  fH,  7  April,  1677  (fil.  Johannis  Mogan 
de  Weobley,  Hereford,  pleb.  set.  16).  Possibly  Richard 
Mogan  of  All  Souls.  B.A.  8  Dec.  1681.  M.A.  (New 
Inn  Hall)  20  June,  1683. 

Jonas  Grosvenor.  £ft.  (Grovesnor)  31  May,  1677  (fil.  Jonse 
Grovesnor  de  Bishbury  Stafford,  gen.  set.  17).  ftjft. 
received  as  JfM.  18  May,  1677. 

Joseph  Bury.  f&.  31  May,  1677  (fil.  Tobise  Bury  de  Wey- 
mouth,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  18).  (£.|H.  received  as  Servitor 
12  July,  1677.  B.A.  (Glouc.  Hall)  17  Feb.  1680. 

Arthur  Wells,  ffi.  21  June,  1677  (fil.  Johannis  Wells  de 
Londin.,  cler.  set.  16).  (JT.fH.  received  as  (ft.  12  July, 
1677,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Balch  19  Jan. 

Francis  Haslewood.  $81.  21  June,  1677  (fil.  Thomse 
Haslewood  de  Londin.,  pleb.  set.  16).  <E.£H.  received  as 
OL  12  July,  1677.  B.A.  (Haselwood)  19  May,  1681. 
M.A.  (Magd.)  21  Feb.  1683.  He  was  Chaplain  of 
Magdalen  in  1687,  and  was  suspected  of  being  a  Roman 
Catholic ;  and  submitting  to  King  James's  interference, 
received  a  mandamus  for  a  Jf.  13  Nov.  1687,  and 
assisted  at  the  installation  of  Bishop  Parker's  Proxy  as 


318  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1677 

President,  but  afterwards  recanting  his  submission,  re- 
fused the  Jf.,  and  was  reinstated  as  Chaplain  25  Oct. 
1688. 

He  was  presented  by  Mr.  Thomas  Haselwood  to  the  Rectory  of 
Chingford,  Essex  :  became  Chaplain  to  Philip,  Duke  of 
Wharton,  and  Vicar  of  Wherwell,  Hants.  Author  of  a  sermon 
preached  before  the  Lord  Mayor  5  Nov.  1720. 

John  Flutter.  fH.  21  June,  1677  (fil.  Henrici  Flutter  de 
Guilford,  SUIT.  pleb.  set.  15).  C.fflL  received  12  July, 
1677.  B.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall)  15  Nov.  1682.  M.A. 
13  March,  1683. 

One  John  Flutter  became  Vicar  of  Guildford  16  Aug.  1699,  and 
was  buried  there  22  June,  1727. 

Francis  Freke.  |H.  21  June,  1677  (fil.  Antonii  Freke  de 
Comb  St.  Nich.,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  16).  d.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  16  June,  1677,  and  subsequently  in- 
creased. B.A.  7  July,  1681.  M.A.  27  June,  1684. 

Windham  Napier.  JflL  27  June,  1677  (fil.  Nathanielis 
Napier  de  Creech  Hill,  Dorcestr.  Baronetti,  aet.  18). 
C.fflL  received  as  $.<&.  28  Feb.  16-ff,  restored  16  April, 
1679. 

Evidently  his  mother  was  daughter  of  Sir  Hugh  Wyndham  of 
Sylton,  Dorset :  see  1623  :  brother  of  Gerard  Napier,  see  above. 
Obiit  s.p.  (Hutchins). 

Thomas  Shuckford.  ffi.  27  June,  1677  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Shuckford  de  Norric.,  Norfolc.,  pleb.  aet.  15).  <EJH.  re- 
ceived as  OL  (Robert  Shuckforth)  9  May,  1677. 

Henry  Pigott.  flj.  27  June,  1677  (fil.  H.  P.  de  Brindle, 
Lancastr.  cler.  set.  16).  &M.  received  as  (ft.  12  July, 
1677.  Admitted  &.  24  Sept.  1680,  of  Rochdale,  Lane, 
aged  19.  B.A.  3  Nov.  1681.  M.A.  26  Feb.  1683. 
B.M.  10  Nov.  1687.  D.M.  6  May,  1692.  Admitted  $. 
2  July,  1688. 

The  Pigott  exhibition  founded  by  Rev.  Henry  Pigott,  clerk, 
B.D.  Vicar  of  Rochdale,  Lane.,  was  first  awarded  apparently  in 
1740.  Henry  Pigott  the  father  was  Rector  of  Brindle  71  years, 


1677.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  319 

and  Vicar  of  Kochdale   59  years  and   7  months  :    he  died 
10  April,  1722.     Brother  of  Thomas  Pigott  1672. 

Edmund  Bowyer.  £H.  2  July,  1677  (fil.  E.  B.  de  Spetsbury, 
Dorcestr.  arm.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  dF»@£.  14  June, 
1677. 

William  Langton.  £H.  13  July,  1677  (fil.  Georgii  Langton 
de  Langton,  Lincoln,  gen.  get.  16).  (JLfft.  received  as  (ft. 

15  July,  1677,  restored  2  April,  1680. 

George  Wenham.  fH.  13  July,  1677  (fil.  Johannis  Wenham 
de  Haylsham,  Sussex,  cler.  aet.  16).  (£.fH.  received  as 
(ft.  15  July,  1677.  B.A.  (Univ.)  8  March,  1680. 

John  Bainbrigg  (Bainbridge).  m.  14  July,  1677  (fil. 
Gulielmi  Bainbrigg  de  Wattling,  i.e.  Wartling,  Sussex, 
gen.  aet.  16.)  C.fH*  received  as  (ft.  15  July,  1677,  restored 
9  July,  1679.  B.A.  (Univ.)  2  May,  1681.  M.A.  2  May, 
1684.  B.M.  10  July,  1688. 

James  Cater,  flj.  19  July,  1677  (fil.  Edvardi  Cater  de 
Kempson,  i.e.  Kempston,  Bedf.  eq.  fil.  natu  minor,  set.  16). 
C.JH.  received  as  dF.(ft.  12  July,  1677. 

John  Hody.  fH.  19  July,  1677  (fil.  J.  H.  de  Northover, 
Somerset,  arm.  set.  18).  (£.fH.  received  as  jF.(ft.  15  July, 
1677,  restored  by  Bursar  Pitt  1679:  replaced  as  (ft. 

16  Feb.  16|£,  restored  26  April,  1682. 

William  Wyndham.  fH.  19  July,  1677  (fil.  Johannis 
Wyndham  de  Street,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft,  15  July,  1677,  restored  by  Bursar  Pitt 
1679  :  replaced  as  JF.(ft.  19  June,  1680,  restored 
21  March, 


Donor  of  Plate  to  the  College. 

Charlewood  Lawton.  m.  7  Dec.  1677  (fil.  Radulphi 
Lawton  de  Egham,  Surr.  gen.  set.  17.  <£.£H.  received  as 
dF.OL  23  Au.  1677. 


320  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1677. 

Edward  Janson.  i!H.  16  Jan.  16f|  (fil.  Bryan  Janson  de 
Ashby  Legers.  Northampton,  gen.  set.  15).  (£,fH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  29  Jan.  16ff-,  restored  6  March,  1681. 
B.A.  (I'anson,  Alban  Hall)  29  Nov.  1682. 

He  was  baptised  21  Feb.  16fi,  and  was  dead  before  1693.  See 
Bryan  Janson  1674. 

Edward  Ent.  ffi.  8  Feb.  16fi  (fil.  Georgii  Ent  de  Londin, 
eq.  aurati  fil.  natu  max.  set.  18).  (C.fff.  received  as  (ft. 
12  Dec.  1677. 

Died  unmarried  31  Jan.  1685  (?)  aged  37,  and  was  buried  in 
St.  Lawrence  Jewry.  These  dates  are,  however,  inconsistent, 
and  further  Le  Neve  says  that  he  died  in  1635. 

John  Bent.  |H.  22  Feb.  16JJ-  (fil.  J.  B.  de  Manchester, 
Lancastr.  pauperis,  set.  18).  £.fH.  received  as  Servitor 
11  Feb.  16^,  restored  29  March,  1681:  replaced 

16  Sept.  1681,  restored  14  March.     B.A.  17  Oct.  1681. 

Henry  Minterne.  ftt.  1  March,  16fi  (fil.  H.  M.  de  Hooke, 
Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  17.  C.fff.  received  as  (ft.  23  Feb. 
16fJ,  restored  22  July,  1680.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  10  Nov. 
1681. 

Robert  Goodwyn.  fH.  1  March,  16-ff  (fil.  Roberti  Goodwyn 
de  Crewkern,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  16).  (EJK.  received  as 
(ft.  23  Feb.  16fJ. 

Philip  Henvil.  M.  15  March,  16-ff  (fil.  Edvardi  Henvil  de 
Abbotsbury,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  as 
(ft.  18  Feb.  16ff  B.A.  17  Oct.  1681.  M.A.  3  June, 
1684.  He  was  <£t)aplatn  in  1691. 

Rector  of  Litton  Cheney,  Dorset,  Feb.  22,  1693—1695 ; 
died  s.p. 

Benjamin  Derby.  £H.  15  March,  16-ff  (fil.  Jeremise  Derby 
de  Sherborne,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  17).  C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  20  March,  16H,  restored  9  Aug.  1683.  B.A. 

17  Oct.  1681. 

See  others  of  this  name  in  1708,  1712,  1717. 


1677-78.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  321 


Thomas  Coward.  JH.  21  March,  16|£  (fil.  Thomse  Coward 
de  Buckleberry,  Bercher.  cler.  set.  21).  (£.fft.  received 
as  OL  same  day.  B.A.  (Alban  Hall)  8  Dec.  1681. 

Thomas  Onely.  £H.  22  March,  16f|  (fil.  Thomse  Onely  de 
Newton,  Warwic.  pleb.  set.  18).  C.fBL  received  as  (*L 
23  Feb.  16fJ»  restored  26  April,  1678.  B.A.  (Merton) 
17  Oct.  1682.  M.A.  21  June,  1684. 

Henry  Potter,  m.  22  March,  16-f  I  (fil.  Christopheri  Potter 
de  Silverton,  Devon,  gen.  set.  18).  CJH.  received  as  <£. 
11  March,  16fJ,  restored  25  March,  1680. 

Robert  Wyatt.  fH.  23  March,  16fJ-  (fil.  Johannis  Wyatt 
de  Standlake,  Oxon.  gen.  set.  16).  C.fft.  received  as  (J£. 
16  Feb.  16ff,  restored  10  Feb.  1678. 

1678. 

Charles  Whiting.  Admitted  £.  28  Sept.  1678  of  Wells, 
aged  18.  fH.  (Hart  Hall)  2  April,  1677  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Whiting  de  Wells,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  16).  B.A.  9  Feb. 
1680.  M.A.  2  July,  1683.  B.  and  D.D.  6  July,  1698. 
Admitted  $.  2  July,  1686.  Elected  Moderator  Novse 
Classis  1$82  ;  Sub-Dean  1683  ;  Moderator  of  Philosophy 
1686  ;  Humanity  Lecturer  1687  ;  Catechist  1688  and 
1689  ;  Bursar  1691  and  1695  ;  Sub-  Warden  1693  and 
1694. 

"He  was  lecturer  at  St.  Martin's,  Oxford,  and  a  celebrated 
preacher.  Chaplain  to  Dr.  Ironside,  Bishop  of  Bristol,  and 
afterwards  of  Hereford."  Eector  of  Koss  1699—1711,  and 
Canon  Residentiary  of  Hereford.  Author  of  a  sermon  "  On  the 
consecration  of  a  chapel  at  Minsterley  1692."  (Wood.) 

In  the  church  at  Ross  on  a  flat  stone  is  this  inscription  : 
"Depositum  Caroli  Whiting,  S.  T.  P.,  hujus  ecclesiae  indigni 
sed  amantissimi  Pastoris  :  obiit  Octobris  25  anno  Reparatse 
Salutis  1711.  Monendus  es  Lector  paucis  hisce  verbis  pro 
modestia  sua  posteris  se  traditum  fuisse  virum  ingenio  urbaiii- 
tate  Doctrina  et  prsecipuo  egregie  concionandi  facilitate  ubique 
clarissimum  et  Ecclesise  Cathedralis  Hereford.  Canonicum 
Residentiarium. 


322  WARDEN     IRONSIDE  [1678. 

William  Walsh.  M.  14  May,  1678  (til.  Joseph!  Walsh  de 
Aberly,  Wigorn.  arm.  set.  15).  <2D.JH»  received  as  Jf.Gt. 
9  May,  1678,  restored  3  March,  1679. 

He  took  no  degree,  but  was  author  of  A  Dialogue  concerning 
Women,  with  a  preface  by  John  Dryden,  1691  ;  also  of  Letters 
and  Poems,  1692. 

Henry  Sayer.  £H.  27  June,  1678  (fil.  Edmundi  Sayer  de 
Kettering,  Northampton,  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received 
as  <ft.  1  Nov.  1678,  restored  by  Bursar  Gould  26  Oct.  — . 

Giles  Dunster.  fH.  28  June,  1678  (fil.  H-enrici  Dunster  de 
Jenningsbury,  Hert.  gen.  set.  18).  C.fff.  received  as 
JF.O&.  1  June,  1678,  restored  1  Aug.  1681. 

Born  19  Nov.  1659  :  died  s.p.  12  Jan.  1723  :  brother  of  Thomas 

Dunster,  1680. 

Ezra  Pearse.  £ft»  9  July,  1678  (fil.  Nathanielis  Pearse  de 
Membury,  ?  Melbury,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  16).  C.£K. 
received  as  Servitor  19  July,  1678,  restored  by  Bursar 
Latton,  5  Sept.  — .  B.A.  (Pierce  of  Magd.)  16  May, 
1682.  M.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall)  13  Oct.  1702. 

Hector  of  North  Curry,  16  Dec.  1697  :  died  about  1732. 

Michael  Gardiner.  ffi.  26  July,  1678  (fil.  Johannis 
Gardiner  de  Oxonia,  pauperis,  set.  15).  C.fH*  received 
as  Servitor  8  July,  1678,  restored  10  April,  1679.  He 
was  Demy  of  Magdalen  1678,  but  died  at  the  College 
17  Sept.  1682,  and  was  buried  in  the  Ante-Chapel  with 
the  following  inscription  : 

H.  S. 

Michael  Gardiner  hujus  Collegii  semicommunarius.  Juvenis 
excelsa  indole,  felici  memoria,  judicio  ultra  setatem  acri,  et 
ingenio  scientiarum  omnium  capaci,  cui  nihil  unquam  arduum 
videbatur  ;  quod  voluit,  facile  superavit :  ex  literis  humanioribus 
ut  reliquam  facundiam  acueret,  poeticam  sibi  colendam  delegit, 
in  qua  non  sine  gloria  lusit.  Qravitatem  sensus  miro  verborum 
ornatu  convestivit  nunquam  defuit  aut  rebus  pondus  aut 
numeris  suis  nitor  et  festivitas.  Talis  erat  vita,  qualis  stylus, 
elegans  et  pura.  Caudoris  pariter  ac  innocentise  exemplum 
doctrinam  summa  modestia,  ingenium  suavissimis  moribus 


1678.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  323 


illustravit.  Post  exactum  quasi  in  pliilosoplricis  studiis  non 
sine  laude  quadriennium,  maximse  spei  juvenem,  ad  summa 
quseque  contendentem  inimica  febris  ex  oculis  rapuit  non  ex 
animis.  Desiderari  coepit  die  Septembris  xvnmo  anno  salutis 
nostrse  MDCLXXXII. 

George  Savage.  fH.  4  Nov.  1678  (fil.  Georgii  Savage  de 
Blox worth,  Dorcestr.  arm.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
JfM.  4  Oct.  1678,  restored  15  Nov.  by  Bursar  Balch. 

Brother  of  William  Savage,  1676. 

William  Templer.  £H.  4  Nov.  1678  (fil.  Jonathan  Templer 
de  Abingdon,  Bercher.,  pauperis,  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  4  Oct.  1678,  restored  13  May,  1685.  B.A. 
4  July,  1682.  M.A.  (Hart  Hall)  21  May,  1685. 

Brian  Turner.  IE.  29  Nov.  1678  (fil.  Gulielmi  Turner  de 
Richmond,  Surr.,  eq.  fil.  natu  minor,  set.  18.)  <£JK.  re- 
ceived as  <E.  9  Aug.  1677,  restored  28  Jan.  — . 

Son  of  William  Turner,  1620,  and  brother  of  William  and 
John  Turner,  1661. 

James  Brewer.  fBL  17  Dec.  1678  (fil.  Thomas  Brewer  de 
Westphaly,  sic,  i.e.,  West  Farleigh,  Cant.  gen.  set.  1.7). 
C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  12  Dec.  1678,  restored  17  Aug. 
1688.  B.A.  27  June,  1682.  M.A.  5  May,  1685.  B.M. 
7  May,  1681.  D.M.  30  June,  1692. 

He  married  Jane  Baker,  heiress  of  Criols  in  Borden,  Kent,  and 
died  1724.  (Hasted.) 

Henry  Goldwier.  m.  1  March,  16f|  (fil.  H.  G.  de  Christ 
Church,  Hampton,  cler.  set.  19,  Holborniae,  London, 
natus  est).  C.fE*  received  as  (ft.  28  June,  1679.  B.A. 
(Goldwyre)  17  Oct.  1682.  M.A.  4  July,  1685, 


Y  2 


324  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1679. 


1679. 

Samuel  Smith.     <2L  received  as  Servitor  3  March, 


Charles  Foster,  fft.  28  March,  1679  (fil.  C.  F.  de  Andover, 
Hampton,  arm.  set.  17). 

Thomas  Harris,  fft.  28  March,  1679  (fil.  Thomse  Harris 
de  Newbottle,  Northampton,  pauperis,  set.  16).  C.fft. 
received  as  Servitor  23  Jan.  16f|.  B.A.  8  Dec.  1682. 
M.A.  15  July,  1710. 

John  Taylour.  m.  28  March,  1679  (fil.  J.  T.  de  Crewk- 
herne,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  17).  (JD.fH,  received  as 
Servitor  19  Feb.  16  Jf.  B.A.  (Taylor)  8  Dec.  1682. 
M.A.  9  July,  1685. 

Henry  Richmond,  m.  9  April,  1679  (fil.  Oliffe  Richmond 
de  Ashton  Keyns,  Wilton,  pleb.  set.  18).  CJH,  received 
as  OL  10  April,  1679,  restored  by  Bursar  Thornton,  30 
June  — . 

David  Sharp.  JH.  10  April,  1679  (fil.  Richardi  Sharp  de 
Way  ford,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  18).  (gjft.  received  as 
OL  18  March,  16ff,  restored  16  Feb.  1679. 

Thomas  Money,  ffl.  10  April,  1679  (fil.  Thomas  Money 
de  Kempton,  i.e.  Kempston,  Bedf.  gen.  set.  18).  <£.fft. 
received  as  OL  7  Feb.  16ff,  restored  26  Oct.  1683. 

Matthew  Mead.  M.  2  May,  1679  (fil.  Richardi  Mead  de 
Brickhill,  Buck.  pleb.  set.  15).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
27  June,  1679,  restored  by  Bursar  Croke.  B.A.  (Meade) 
23  June,  1682.  M.A.  27  Oct.  1685.  Admitted 
30  Sept.  1689. 

Walter  Love.  m.  16  May,  1679  (fil.  Stephani  Love  de 
Axminster,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  19).  CT.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  24  April,  1679.  B.A.  17  Feb.  1682. 


1679.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  325 

William  Lane.  £H.  20  May,  1679  (fil.  Johannis  Lane  de 
Dittisham,  Devon,  gen.  set.  16).  (Lift,  received  as  <j£. 
12  May,  1679. 

Robert  Steard.  M.  19  June,  1679  (fil.  Humphredi  Steard 
de  Bridge  water,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fB.  received 
as  <£.  11  June,  1679,  restored  10  March,  1680. 

Hugh  Ruscombe.  »  19  June,  1679  (fil.  Gulielmi  Rus- 
combe  de  Kennington,  i.e.  Cannington,  Somerset,  pau- 
peris,  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  same  day, 
restored  by  Bursar  Balch.  B.A.  (Alban  Hall)  23  March, 
1684. 

Vicar  of  Cannington,  Somerset,  5  July,  1690  to  1698 ;  Vicar 
of  Otterhampton,  Somerset,  2  Aug.  1692  to  his  death  in  17  g£. 

Henry  Hunt.  ftt.  7  July,  1679  (fil.  Thomse  Hunt  de 
Blockley,  Wigorn,  gen.  set.  16).  &Jft.  received  as  (*L 
—  July,  1679. 

William  Wright.  fH.  19  July,  1679  (fil.  Gulielmi  Wright 
de  Columpton,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  <£.|K.  received  as 
OL  7  July,  1679,  restored  21  March  — . 

Rice  Williams,  m.  19  July,  1679  (fil.  Richardi  Williams 
de  Londin.  gen.  set.  16).  (JLfH.  received  as  (*L  5  July, 
1679,  restored  by  Bursar  Thornton  26  May,  — .  B.A. 
23  May,  1683. 

Abraham  Turner.  Jft.  18  March,  16££  (fil.  Roberti  Turner 
de  Axminster,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  aet.  17).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  17  March,  16|f.  B.A.  15  April, 
1684. 


326  WABDEN   IRONSIDE.  [1680. 


1680. 

Charles  Osbaldston.  Admitted  &  24  Sept.  1680,  of 
Combe,  Oxon.,  aged  18.  ffi.  31  June,  1680  (fil.  Littleton 
Osbaldston  de  Combes,  Oxon.  Baronetti,  set.  15). 

Evidently  a  younger  son  of  Sir  L.  Osbaldston  of  Chadlington, 
created  Baronet  25  June,  1664.  He  died  in  College  1683,  and 
was  buried  in  the  Chapel  on  30  March. 


Samuel  Hanson.  <&M.  received  as  OL  15  July,  1680.  On 
20  Dec.  Mr.  Hanson's  (£.i!H.  was  received  as  dF*(£* 

William  Nichols.  &.ffi.  received  as  <ZD.  12  March,  16f £, 
restored  17  Nov.  1685.  m.  (Magd.  Hall)  26  March, 
1680  (fil.  Johannis  Nichols  de  Donnington,  Buck.  pleb. 
set.  15),  being  an  Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School. 
B.A.  (Wadham)  27  Nov.  1683.  M.A.  (Merton)  19  June, 
1688.  B.D.  2  July,  1692.  D.D.  29  Nov.  1695.  He 
was  elected  ^.JF.  of  Merton,  Oct.  1684. 

Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Montagu,  probably  Rector  of  Cheshunt 
1691—1693  ;  Eector  of  Selsey,  Sussex,  1691  ;  Prebendary  of 
Chichester.  He  died  near  Bath  11  April,  1711  ;  but  Nichols 
(Lit.  Anecd.  Vol.  I.)  says  that  he  was  buried  in  the  Middle 
Aisle  of  St.  Swithin's  Church  5  May,  1712.  Author  of  A 
Short  Sis  tori/  of  Socinianism  •  and  numerous  tracts  and  sermons 
(S.P.S.  Registers,  p.  57)  ;  also  of  a  Translation  of  the  Devout 
Life  of  St.  Francis  de  Sales. 


George  Pitt.  ffi.  26  March,  1680  (fil.  G.  P.  de  Stratfielsea, 
Hampton,  arm.  set.  16).  <&.$£(.  received  as  Jf.dt. 
15  June,  1680. 

He  was  M.P.  for  Wereham  and  for  Hants,  1702,  1710,  and 
1714  ;  and  died  28  Feb.  1734,  aged  72.  He  founded  a  school 
at  Wereham.  He  was  buried  at  Stinsford  (or  Strathfieldsaye, 
says  Woodward),  where  at  the  West  End  of  the  North  Aisle  of 
the  Church  is  a  cenotaph  with  a  bust  above  ;  and  below  the 
following  inscription  : 


1680.] 


WARDEN     IRONSIDE. 


327 


Sacred  to  the  memory 
Of  George  Pitt  of  Strathfieldsay  in  the  county  of 

Southampton,  Esq. 
Who  died  28  Feb.  1734,  in  the  72nd  year  of  his  age, 

And  lyes  there  interred  with  his  ancestors. 
He  was  adorned  with  many  virtues  both  public  and  private. 
A  true  and  disinterested  love  of  his  country  banished  from  his 
mind  all  party  prejudices  and  selfish  views.  He  always  pre- 
ferred the  public  good  to  royal  favour,  and  the  liberty  of 
acting  by  the  dictates  of  his  conscience  to  the  enticement  of 
honours  which  he  had  the  fortitude  to  refuse.  In  private  life 
he  showed  himself  far  from  affecting  admiration  or  popularity, 
yet  was  his  appearance  venerable,  and  his  conversation  en- 
dearing, which  acquired  him  both.  His  universal  benevolence 
and  exemplary  charity  bore  so  just  a  proportion  to  his  affection 
for  his  family,  that  while  he  was  the  refuge  of  the  poor  and 
distressed,  and  supported  an  hospitality  suitable  to  his  estate, 
he  made  ample  provision  for  a  numerous  issue,  and  rendered 
the  figure  of  his  relict  not  unworthy  of  her  ancestors,  whose 
ancient  seat  of  Kingston  in  this  parish  he  rebuilt.  Such  was 
he  while  he  lived,  and  dying  left  to  his  descendants  a  valuable 
example  ;  to  perpetuate  which  as  well  as  to  give  a  lasting 
testimony  of  her  just  regard  to  her  most  tender  and  most  be- 
loved husband,  Lora,  the  only  daughter  and  heiress  of 
Audeley  Grey,  of  Kingston  aforesaid,  Esq.,  erected  this 
monument. 

Christopher  Pitt.  M.  26  March,  1680  (fil.  Robert!  Pitt  de 
Blandford,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  <&. 
26  Feb.  16££ .  Admitted  g>.  23  Sept.  1681,  of  Blandford, 
Dorset,  aged  18.  B.A.  27  Nov.  1683.  M.A.  8  June, 
1686.  B.M.  20  April,  1689.  D.M.  16  June,  1692. 
Admitted  Jf.  2  July,  1686.  Elected  Sub-Dean  1684  ; 
Moderator  of  Philosophy  1687  and  1689;  Bursar  1701. 
Father  of  Eobert  Pitt,  1712,  and  Christopher  Pitt,  1718. 

James  Prowse.  fH.  26  March,  1680  (fil.  J.  P.  de  Norton, 
Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  <£.iWL  received  as  JfM.  6  Oct. 
1679,  restored  7  March,  1680. 

Edward  Nosworthy.  fH.  26  March,  1680  (fil.  E.  N.  de 
Dipford,  Devon,  cler.  set.  16).  €M.  received  as  (ft. 


328  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1680. 

16  Feb.  16|f,  restored  by  Bursar  Pitt.     B.A.  (St.  Mary 
Hall)  16  Oct.  1683.     M.A.  8  June,  1686. 

William  Matthews,  m.  26  March,  1680  (fil.  J.  M.  de 
Exon.,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  (£.£H.  received  as  (ft. 
26  March,  1680,  restored  10  Oct.  1683.  Possibly  B.A. 
of  Hart  Hall  5  May,  1685. 

Bernard  Toup.  JH.  21  May,  1680  (fil.  B.  T.  de  Compton 
Abbots,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  19).  B.A.  16  Feb.  1683. 

Hector  of  All  Saints,  Dorchester,  Dorset ;  subsequently  Eector 
of  Tyneham  ;  died  10  March,  1721. 

Peter  Leigh.  fH.  5  June,  1680  (fil.  Thomse  Leigh  de  High 
Leigh,  Cestr.  gen.  set.  16).  &.fH.  received  as  (ft.  19  June, 
1680,  restored  by  Bursar  Dunster.  B.A.  15  April,  1684. 
M.A.  18  Jan.  1686. 

Francis  Brague.  fa.  5  June,  1680  (fil.  F.  B.  de  Londin. 
gen.  set.  17).  (ZT.fH.  received  as  JfM.  13  May,  1680, 
and  again  as  Bragg  junior  4  Sept.  1683,  taken  up  for 
Battels  18  July,  1687.  B.A.  (Bragge)  26  Feb.  1683. 

Entered  at  the  Temple,  but  subsequently  took  orders,  and 
became  Vicar  of  Hitchin,  Herts,  and  Prebendary  of  Biggleswade 
(Lincoln),  19  April,  1704,  which  was  vacant  in  1728.  His 
works  were  republished  at  Oxford  in  5  vols.  1833.  Author  of 
Practical  Discourses  on  the  Parables  1694,  and,  on  the  Miracles 
1702.  (Wood,  Ath.  IV.  741.) 

Thomas  Bowber.  fH.  8  July,  1680  (fil.  Eoberti  Bowber  de 
Sand  well,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  15  July,  1680,  restored  15  Oct.  1683  (?).  B.A. 
15  April,  1684.  M.A.  4  March,  1686. 

Author  of  a  sermon  On  the  Death  of  Queen  Mary  1695. 
(Wood,  Ath.  IV.  742.) 

James  Spering.  £H.  17  July,  1680  (fil.  Benjamin  Spering 
de  Dorcestria,  pleb.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor 
6  Aug.  1680.  Admitted  g>.  23  Sept.  1681.  B.A. 
15  April,  1684.  M.A.  18  Jan.  1686.  Admitted  tf. 


1680.]  «  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  329 

2  July,  1688.  Elected  Sub-Dean  1685.  He  spoke  the 
Goodridge  Obit  speech  1685,  and  was  elected  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1686. 

Roger  Whalley.  £H.  16  Sept.1680,  (in  vacatione,  cler.  fil.) 
(!T.fH.  received  as  (ft.  18  Sept.  1680,  restored  by  Bursar 
Dunster  10  March.  B.A.  (Merton)  19  March,  1684. 
M.A.  25  June,  1687. 

William  Speke.  ffl.  1  Dec.  1680  (fil.  Gulielmi  Speke  de 
Ashill,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  19).  C.fH.  received  as  JF*®. 
6  Nov.  1680,  restored  1  May,  1683. 

Father  of  William  Speke,  1708. 

Thomas  Dunster.  |H.  1  Dec.  1680  (fil.  Sncti.  John 
Dunster  de  Hartford,  gen.  set.  17).  C.j/E.  received  as  (ft. 
30  Sept.  1680,  restored  13  Nov.  1683. 

Thomas  Dunster  was  Eecorder  of  Hertford,  1710,  and  buried 
at  All  Saints,  Hertford,  15  June,  1714: -he  was  brother  of 
Giles  Dunster,  1678,  and  father  of  Henry  Dunster,  ]712. 

Richard  Chapman.  fH.  1  Dec.  1680  (fil.  Rogeri  Chapman 
de  Newport  Paganel,  Buck.,  pleb.  set.  15).  B.A.  (Ch.  Ch.) 
13  June,  1684.  M.A.  20  April,  1687. 

Charles  Standish.  JH.  17  Dec.  1680  (fil.  Hugonis  Standish 
de  Londin.,  pleb.  set.  19).  C.fH.  received  as  (*L  16  Dec. 

1680,  restored  15  Dec.  1685.     B.A.  13  June,  1684. 

Gregory  Hunt.  fa.  20  Jan.  16f£  (fil.  Koberti  Hunt  de 
Wigorn.,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  as  (ft.  13  Oct. 

1681.  B.A.  30  Oct.  1684.     M.A.  28  May,  1687. 

Thomas  Wyndham.  fft.  28  Jan.  16f?-  (fil.  Wadhami 
Wyndham  de  Sarum,  Wilton  :  eq.  fil.  minor  natu.  set.  17). 
ODJK.  received  as  JfM.  14  Jan.  16f£. 

He  was  a  barrister-at-law,  of  Wildcourt,  Dorset ;  subsequently 
M.P.  for  Calne  ;  he  died  1698,  and  was  buried  at  Hawkchurch. 

Robert  Nicolls.  ffi.  9  March,  16f£  (fil.  Gulielmi  Nicolls 
de  Glocestria,  pleb.  set.  19).  £.fH.  received  as  1&. 
25  Oct.  1681. 


330  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1680-81. 

William  Sealy.  fH.  10  March,  16f£  (fil.  Marmaduke  Sealy 
de  Quantoxhed,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  17).  (£JH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor,  25  March,  16fy,  taken  up  by  Bursar 
Gould,  18  July.  B.A.  20  Nov.  1684. 


1681. 

Haward  Downer.  Admitted  £>.  23  Sept.  1681  of  South- 
ampton, aged  18.  B.A.  23  Feb.  1681.  M.A.  13  Nov. 
1684. 

Charles  King.  Admitted  £>.  23  Sept.  1681  of  Alesbury, 
in  the  diocese  of  Lincoln,  aged  17.  B.A.  23  Jan.  1682. 
M.A.  (Merton)  19  June,  1688.  B.M.  29  Nov.  1689. 
D.M.  9  July,  1692. 

He  appears  to  have  been  intruded  into  Merton  by  a  Koyal 
Mandate  in  1684,  and  the  Society  protested  and  invoked  the 
aid  of  Archbishop  Sancroft :  but  King  at  any  rate  obtained 
the  JF.,  and  was  one  of  three  whose  names  were  submitted  to 
the  Archbishop  of  Canterbury  for  nomination  to  the  Warden- 
ship,  7  July,  1709.  He  died  in  the  College  in  1715,  and  was 
buried  in  the  College  Chapel.  (See  Hearne,  Collect.  O.H.S. 
II.  36  and  221,  &c.) 

John  Allen.  Admitted  £>.  23  Sept.  1681  of  Bruton, 
Somerset,  aged  18.  M.  19  May,  1681  (fil.  Thomas  Allen 
de  Bruton,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  &JB.  received  as  (ft. 
11  May,  1681. 


John  Sagittary.  &M.  received  as  (ft.  17  March,  16fi, 
restored  10  Oct.  1683.  M.  (Exeter)  11  Nov.  1681  (fil. 
Frederic!  Sagittary  de  Blandford,  Dorcestr.  med.  doct. 
set.  15).  Admitted  £.  9  Sept.  1683  of  Blandford  forum 
in  the  diocese  of  Bristol.  B.A.  4  July,  1685.  M.A. 
10  June,  1687.  B.M.  31  May,  1690.  D.M.  3  July, 
1693.  He  spoke  the  Goodridge  Obit  speech  in  1687. 
Admitted  JF.  30  June,  1690  :  though  he  appears  in  the 
Register  of  Foundationers  as  admitted  3  July,  1689,  but 
probably  that  was  only  his  election  as  :JJ.  He  was 


1681.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  831 

elected  Moderator  Novae  Classis  1686.     He  appears  to 
receive  his  last  dividend  as  jf.  in  1696. 

Apparently  brother  of  Daniel  Sagittary,  16ff . 


William  Hilliard.  m.  26  March,  1681  (fil.  Gulielmi  Hilliard 
de  Illminster,  Somerset,  arm.  set.  16).     (£.JH.  received  as 
F.OL  6  Feb. 


John  Stevenson.  fH.  6  May,  1681  (fil.  J.  S.  de  Bakewell, 
Derb.  gen.  set.  17).  C.JH.  received  as  (ft.  12  March, 

16ff 

Roland  Gwynn.  m.  19  May,  1681  (fil.  R  G.  de  Llan- 
vayerbrin,  Caermarth.  arm.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as 
JFM.  14  May,  1681,  restored  12  May,  1685. 

Gutch  says  that  he  was  brother  of  Howell  Gwynn,  1682. 

Charles  Gwynn.  M.  19  May,  1680  (fil.  Richardi  Gwynn 
de  Llangendevin,  Caermarth.  arm.  set.  17).  <£.fH.  re- 
ceived as  JfM.  14  May,  1681,  restored  by  Bursar  Latton 
1681  :  replaced  16  March,  16f-J,  paid  over  by  Bursar 
Gould,  i.e.  1683. 

Gutch  says  that  he  was  cousin  of  Howell  Gwynn,  1682. 


Thomas  Powell.  fH.  19  May,  1681  (arm.  fil.).  &M.  re- 
ceived as  Jf.<&.  14  May,  1681. 

He  may  have  been  tutor  to  Charles  Gwynn,  whose  C.HH.  he 
received. 

Anthony  Thomas,  ffi.  19  May,  1681  (fil.  Edvardi  Thomas 
de  Llangendeirne,  Caermarth.  pauperis,  set.  23.  <£JK. 
received  as  Servitor  16  June,  1681.  B.A.  25  Feb.  1685. 

Timothy  Braginshaw.  £H.  19  May,  1681  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Braginshaw  de  paroch.  Scti.  Johan.  ad  Wigorn.  gen.  set. 
17).  <2UH.  received  as  JfM.  14  May,  1681. 

Adam  Bushell.      m.  ?  Busher  11  June,  1681   (fil.  Seth 
Bushell  de  Preston,  Lancastr.  Stse.  Theol.  Prof.  set.  21). 
.  received  as  (&.  16  June,  1681. 

Seth  Bushell  eeased  to  be  Vicar  of  Preston  in  1682. 


332  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1681-82. 

William  Traunter.  m.  16  June,  1681  (fil.  —  T.  de 
Herefordia,  gen.  set.  17).  £.fH.  received  as  JF.<£. 
16  June,  1681,  repaid  by  Bursar  Balch;  received  again 
in  the  first  half  of  1683,  taken  up  by  Bursar  Gould  to 
pay  Battels. 

Thomas  Honnor.  fH.  10  Nov.  1681  (fil.  Gabrielis  Honnor 
de  Wing,  Buck,  pauperis,  set.  19).  C.f-R.  received  as 
Servitor  9  Nov.  1681.  B.A.  10  Nov.  1685. 

Thomas  Watts.  M.  11  Nov.  1681  (fil.  Roberti  Watts  de 
Herefordia,  pauperis,  set.  16).  C.ilH.  received  as  Servitor 
in  Oct.  B.A.  27  July,  1685. 

George  Cockram.  m.  25  Nov.  1681  (fil.  G.  C.  de 
Colombton,  Devon,  gen.  set.  16).  &JRL  received  as  (&. 
14  May,  1681,  restored  by  Bursar  Gould  1683.  B.A. 
(Hart  Hall)  25  Nov.  1684.  M.A.  28  May,  1687.  B.M. 
8  Dec.  1692. 

Thomas  Springall.  JH.  25  Nov.  1681  (fil.  Francisci 
Springall  de  Henley,  Oxon.  gen.  set.  17).  &.fft.  received 
as  (St.  18  Sept.  1681. 


1682. 

Howell  Gwynn.  One  Gwynn  was  admitted  &*  about 
Michaelmas  1682,  as  appears  by  the  Account  Books: 
but  there  is  no  record  of  his  admission.  JH.  14  July, 
1682  (fil.  Rolandi  Gwynn  de  Llandovery,  Caermarth.  -arm. 
set.  15).  OT.fflL  received  as  <ft.27  June,  1682,  paid  over 
by  Bursar  Balch  (who  was  Bursar  1681—2).  Howell 
Gwynn  died  20  Sept.  1683,  and  was  buried  in  the  Outer 
Chapel. 

Brother  of  Roland  Gwynn  and  cousin  of  Charles  Gwynn  1681. 

Bayly  Adee.  Admitted  £>.  about  Michaelmas,  1682,  as 
appears  by  the  Account  Books,  but  there  is  no  record  of 
his  formal  admission.  B.A.  4  July,  1685.  M.A.  5  May, 
1688.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1685,  1686,  1687,  1688; 


1682.] 


WARDEN     IRONSIDE. 


333 


in  which  last  year  he  made  the  Obit  speech.  Admitted 
Jf.  3  July,  1689,  as  appears  by  the  Register,  but  pro- 
bably he  was  only  ^, ;  compare  John  Sagittary  1681. 
Elected  Sub-Dean  1686 :  as  he  was  not  subsequently 
elected  to  any  office,  I  conjecture  that  he  never  became 
actual  Jf. 


Thomas  Davies.  (C.Jft.  received  as  Servitor  22  July,  1682, 
restored  14  July,  1687.  B.A.  6  Nov.  1684.  M.A. 
28  Nov.  1687. 

George  Browne.  C.fH.  received  as  jfM.  6  Sept.  1682, 
restored  9  Oct.  1683. 


Swayne. 


taken  up  for  Battels  29  Oct.  1683. 


.  received    as    (£.   18    Feb.    16ff, 


William  Leir.  JK.  31  March,  1682  (fil.  G.  L.  de  Charlton 
Musgrove,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18).  ODJtt.  received  as 
Servitor  28  March,  16fJ,  restored  19  June,  1688.  B  A 
10  Nov.  1685. 

Probably  Kector  of  Bratton,  Somerset,  29  Oct.  1689,  died  about 
1726. 

Francis  Clare.  JH.  7  April,  1682  (fil.  F.  C.  de  Kidder- 
minster, Vigorn.  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  OL 
31  Jan.  16fi 

Thomas  Seymour.  JH.  26  May,  1682  (fil.  Gabrielis 
Seymour  de  Londin.  gen.  set.  19).  C.iH.  received  as  <£ 
26  May,  1682.  B.A.  19  Jan.  1685.  M.A.  (Merton) 
25  June,  1691.  B.M.  8  Dec.  1691.  D.M.  7  June,  1695. 
He  was  elected  Jf.  of  Merton  in  1688,  and  died  in  the 
College  1696,  and  was  buried  in  St.  Ebbes. 

Joseph  Edwards,  fa.  26  May,  1682  (fil.  Johannis  Edwards 
de  Woodchester,  Gloucestr.  pauperis,  set.  16).  (ZT.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  11  May,  1682,  taken  up  for  Battels 
9  Nov.  1687.  B.A.  19  Jan.  1685. 


334  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1682. 

John  Lidgould.  JH.  1  June,  1682  (fil.  Nicolai  Lidgould  de 
Londin.  pleb.  set.  17).  C.fR.  received  as  (ft.  30  May, 
1682,  restored  17  Dec.  1687.  B.A.  19  Jan.  1685.  M.A. 
(Oriel)  23  Jan.  1688.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1685, 
1686.  dF,  of  Oriel  1690. 

Exhibitioner  of  St.  Paul's  School  1681—1689. 

Robert  Edgar.  fH.  6  July,  1682  (fil.  Johannis  Edgar  de 
Donyat,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  16).  C.IH.  received  as  (ft. 
4  July,  1682,  restored  by  Bursar  Dunster  15  March,  — . 
B.A.  (Alban  Hall)  14  May,  1686. 

Vicar  of  Stogumber,  Somerset,  12  Feb.  1696  ;  died  1703. 

Thomas  Lyster.  fH.  14  July,  1682  (fil.  Bichardi  Lyster  de 
Eyton,  Salop,  arm.  set.  16).  <£.fft.  received  as  Jf.Gl. 
20  May,  1682. 

Thomas  Taylor,  jffi.  14  July,  1682  (fil.  Kichardi  Taylor 
de  Clapham,  Bedf.  arm.  set.  17).  &.M.  received  as  jF,(ft. 
27  June,  1682,  restored  16  Oct.  1683. 

Richard  Shelley,  m.  14  July,  1682  (fil.  Henrici  Shelley  de 
Lewes,  Sussex,  gen.  set.  17).  <£.i!H.  received  as  (ft. 
17  June,  1682,  restored  4  Sept.  1683. 

He  was  eldest  son,  and  became  a  student  in  the  Inner  Temple  ; 

succeeded  his  father  and  died  1716.     (Horsfield.) 

John  Wheeler,  m.  14  July,  1682  (fil.  Humphredi  Wheeler 
de  Stanton  Harcourt,  Oxon.  pau  peris,  aet.  17).  OnjK. 
received  as  Servitor  21  June,  1682,  restored  by  Bursar 
Gould  2  April,  — . 

James  Vashone.  JH.  1  Dec.  1682  (fil.  Petri  Vashone  de 
Salopia,  gen.  aet.  21).  CJH.  received  as  JfM.  8  April, 
1682,  restored  19  Nov.  1685.  B.A.  3  Nov.  1685. 

Henry  Knight.  fH.  1  Dec.  1682  (fil.  Johannis  Knight  de 
Loders,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  19).  (JLfH.  received  as 
Servitor  13  Aug.  1682,  restored  5  Dec.  1691.  B.A. 
15  June,  1686.  M.A.  30  April,  1689. 


1682.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  385 

James  Ogle-Archer.  |tt.  8  Dec.  1682  (fil.  Johannis  Ogle- 
Archer  Dubliniensis,  gen.  set.  20).  dLJH.  received  as  <£. 
9  Dec.  1682,  restored  12  March,  1686. 

Edward  Diggs.  fH.  8  Dec.  1682  (fil.  E.  D.  de  Chilham, 
Cant.  gen.  aet.  17).  &M.  received  as  OL  6  Sept.  1682, 
restored  25  Nov.  1685.  B.A.  (All  Souls)  8  June,  1686. 
M.A.  22  May,  1690. 

Apparently  a  grandson  of  Sir  Dudley  Digges,  and  nephew  of 
Maurice  Diggs,  1650,  and  Dudley,  1654. 

Matthew  Pitney,  ffi.  (Pitne)  15  Dec.  1682  (fil.  M.  P.  de 
Lamyat,  Somerset,  pauperis,  adt.  17).  (£.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  9  Dec.  1682.  B.A.  4  March,  1686. 

William  Rudsby.  m.  12  March,  16ff  (fil.  Philippi  Rudsby 
de  Winton,  Hampton,  gen.  set.  17).  C.JH.  received  as 
OL  6  Feb.  16ff,  restored  by  Bursar  Gould  18  Dec.  1685. 
B.A.  (Merton)  29  Oct.  1686. 

Thomas  Darlow.  Jft.  16  March,  16ff  (fil.  dementis 
Darlow  de  Kingsthorp,  Northampton,  pauperis,  set.  18). 
&.JH.  received  as  Servitor  6  Feb.  16ff . 

Thomas  Darlow  son  of  Clement  was  buried  at  Kingsthorpe, 

31  May,  1684. 

George  Walbridge.  m.  16  March,  16ff  (fil.  G.  W.  de 
Punckenole,  Dorset,  pauperis,  set.  18).  C.ilH.  received  as 
Servitor  18  Feb.  16ff,  restored  30  Oct.  1683.  B.A. 
(Alban  Hall)  20  Oct.  1686. 

George  Baily.  fH.  23  March,  16ff  (fil.  G.  B.  de  Chalgrove, 
Oxon.  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  OL  5  Sept.  1682, 
restored  2  Nov.  1683. 

Philip  Stubbs.  JH.  23  March,  16ff  (fil.  Philippt  Stubbs  de 
Loridin.  gen.  set  17).  (£.fH.  received  early  in  1683, 
restored  by  Bursar  Balch  1684.  Admitted  <J,  26  Sept. 
1684  of  St.  Andrew  Undershaft,  London,  aged  18. 
B.A.  20  Oct.  KJ8G.  M.A.  15  June,  1689.  B.D.  3  July, 


336  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1682. 

1722.  Admitted  J\  1  July,  1691.  Elected  Moderator 
Novae  Classis  1688;  Sub-Dean  1689.  He  was  re- 
petitioner  of  the  Easter  Sermons  1691,  which  duty  he 
performed  to  the  applause  of  all. 

He  was  curate  of  the  united  parishes  of  St.  Benet,  Gracechurch, 
and  St.  Leonard,  Eastclieap,  and  Chaplain  to  Dr.  Grove,  Bishop 
of  CMchester  (Wood,  Ath.  IV.  742) ;  and  is  said  to  be  the 
clergyman  commended  for  his  excellent  reading  in  No.  147  of 
the  Spectator.  He  published  numerous  sermons  ;  among  them 
one  (on  Kev.  xx.  13)  called  the  Sea- Assize,  preached  at  Green- 
wich and  Woolwich  on  Advent  Sunday  28  Nov.  1708,  on  the 
death  of  Prince  George  of  Denmark,  where  he  describes  him- 
self as  "Chaplain  of  H.M.'s  Navy  in  Ordinary,  and  of  her 
Koyal  Hospital  for  Seamen  at  Greenwich."  Archdeacon  of 
St.  Albans  1715—1738.  In  1730  he  presented  to  the  Uni- 
versity of  Oxford  a  valuable  collection  of  MSS.,  written  by 
Sir  Henry  Spelman  and  Mr.  Jeremy  Stephens,  which  were 
deposited  in  the  Bodleian  Library.  (Hearne,  Collect,  O.H.S., 
II.  33.) 

William  Hodges.  IE.  23  March,  16ff  (fil.  Gulielmi  Hodges 
de  Londin.  pleb.  set.  15).  <£.fH.  received  as  (ft.  early  in 
16ff.  Admitted  &  26  Sept.  1684  of  St.  Ethelburga's, 
London,  aged  17.  B.A.  20  Oct.  1686.  M.A.  1  June, 
1689.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1688, 1689, 1690.  Elected 
JF.  1  July,  1691.  Elected  Moderator  Novae  Classis 
1687;  Sub-Dean  1688. 

He  is  mentioned  in  Hearne  (Collect,  O.H.S.,  I.,  233),  among 
those  "  who  have  never  took  any  care  to  have  what  they  have 
printed  sent  to  the  public  library." 

Samuel  Baker,  ffi.  23  March,  16ff  (fil.  Augusti  Baker  de 
Dorchester,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  17).  <£.JH.  received  early 
in  16ff.  B.A.  20  Oct.  1686. 

Probably  S.  B.  Kector  of  Breane,  Somerset,  21  April,  1704 ; 
died  about  1725. 


John  Kenton.  ffi.  23  March,  16ff  (fil.  Thomas  Kenton  de 
Sarum  Nov.  Wilton,  gen.  set.  15).  (£.fH.  received  early 
in  16f|,  restored  by  Bursar  Dunster  1687,  replaced  as 


1682-83.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  337 

Doniinus  Kenton  14  June,  1688,  taken  up  for  Battels  by 
Bursar  Lydgould  1688.  B.A.  (Magdalen)  28  May,  1687. 
M.A.  21  June,  1689.  B.D.  12  Feb.  1701.  D.D.  23  May, 
1707.  He  was  elected  Demy  of  Magdalen  1686,  and 
was  expelled  by  the  intruding  President  and  Fellows 
17  Jan.  16fi,  but  restored  by  the  Visitor  25  Oct.  1688; 
Jf,  1691;  Senior  Dean  of  Arts  1701,  1702;  Bursar 
1703,  1713;  Dean  of  Divinity  1705;  Vice- President 
1709.  Died  19  Dec.  1715,  "repentina  morte  abreptus." 


1683. 

Heighes  Woodford.  Admitted  £.  3  Feb.  16ff  of  Bensted, 
Southampton,  i.e.  Binstead  in  the  Isle  of  White,  aged 
19).  n.  1  March,  16ff  (fil.  Samuelis  Woodford  de 
Bensted,  Southton.  Stse.  Theol.  Prof.  set.  18).  B.A. 
19  March,  1687.  B.C.L.  8  Dec.  1714. 

Father  of  Samuel  Woodford  1714,  when  he  is  described  AS 
Cleric  of  Elverton,  i.e.  Elvetham,  Hants. 


Charles  Freeman.  C.fft.  received  as  (ft.  13  Oct.  1683. 
Admitted  g>.  of  Trinity  15  June,  1685.  B.A.  (Trinity) 
11  Dec.  1686. 

Nathaniel  Boughton.  C.fft.  received  as  Servitor  late  in 
1683,  restored  —  Feb.  16£J.  B.A.  17  Jan.  16fJ. 

He  was  of  Plymouth,  and  father  of  John  Boughton  of  Exeter 
College.    (Boase,  p.  98.) 

William  Ruddle.  C.fH.  received  as  (ft,  1683,  restored  by 
Bursar  ?  Gould  1685.  Admitted  £>.  26  Sept.  1684  of 
Lanceston,  Cornwall,  aged  18.  B.A.  6  Feb.  16ff  M.A. 
17  Oct.  1687.  Delivered  the  Goodridge  Obit  speech 
1689.  Admitted  $.  1  July,  1691.  Elected  Bursar 
1694. 


David  Macy.     ffi.  28  March,  1683  (fil.  Johannis  Macy  de 
Weston,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  18).     (£.£H.  received  as  (£. 

z 


338  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1683. 

early  in  1683,  restored  8  March,  16fi      B.A.  (Macie) 
20  Oct.  1686. 

Vicar  of  Weston-juxta-Bath  28  Aug.  1698  ;  died  1701. 

Robert  Wynne.  M.  30  March,  1683  (fil.  Henrici  Wynne 
de  Londin.  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  early  in 
1683,  restored  by  Bursar  Balch  1684.  Admitted  fi. 
26  Sept.  1684,  of  St.  Dunstan's  in  the  West,  London, 
aged  18.  B.A.  4  March,  1686. 

William  Freake.  ffl.  31  March,  1683  (fil.  Gulielmi  Freake 
de  Fincham,  Norfolc,  pauperis,  set.  17).  &.JH.  received 
as  Servitor  early  in  1683,  restored  15  July,  168 — .  B.A. 
20  Oct.  1686. 

Thomas  Gatchell.  fH.  11  May,  1683  (pleb.  fil.).  <ZDJK. 
received  as  Servitor  early  in  1683,  taken  up  for  Battels 
8  Sept.  1693. 

Thomas  Burwell.  M.  11  July,  1683  (fil.  T.  B.  Londinensis, 
Doctoris  Med.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  18  July, 
1683,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Gould. 

William  Barnsby.  fltt.  14  July,  1683  (fil.  Gulielmi  Barnsby 
de  Bridge  water,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  16).  <£Jft.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  early  in  1683,  restored  by  Bursar 
Dunster  1687.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1684.  B.A. 
(Alban  Hall)  11  April,  1687. 

One  of  this  name  was  Vicar  of  Wembdon,  Somerset,  from 

16  Sept.  1693,  till  his  death  in  1715. 

Thomas  Terry.  $Si.  11  Oct.  1683  (fil.  Johannis  Terry  de 
Sutton,  Southampton,  pleb.  set.  18).  Thomas  Terry  was 
B.A.  (New  Coll.)  26  April,  1688.  M.A.  14  Jan.  1691. 

Humphrey  Redd.  m.  10  Nov.  1683  (fil.  H.  R  de  Chessam, 
Buck,  pauperis,  set.  15).  GDJft.  received  as  Servitor 
2  Oct.  1683,  restored  11  Nov.  1685. 

John  Meddens.  M.  20  Nov.  1683  (fil.  Ludovici  Meddens 
de  Blanford,  Dorset,  pleb.  set.  18).  &.JH.  received  as 


1683-84.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  339 

Servitor  1683.     B.A.  28  May,  1687.    M.A.  5  May,  1690. 
Wood  says  that  he  was  (ftlertt  of  Wadham  College. 

He  was  afterwards  invited  to  Exeter  College,  where  he  was 

Sub-Dean  for  some  time  :  in  1694  he  had  a  school  at  Henley. 

Author  of  TabellcB  Dialectorum  in  Greeds  declinationibus  1691. 

(Ath.  Ox.  IV.  742.) 

Charles  Vyner.  ffi.  7  Dec.  1683  (fil.  Robert!  Vyner  de 
Londin.  Baronetti,  aet.  18).  C.fff,  received  as  JfM. 
4  Sept.  1683. 

His  father  is  described  as  dying  s.p.  in  1688  :  so  this  Charles 

must  have  predeceased  him. 

William  Eveleigh.  fH.  7  March,  16|f  (fil.  Emanuelis 
Eveleigh  de  Kentisboro,  i.e.  Kentisbury,  Devon,  gen.  set. 
16).  (£.£H.  received  as  d.  taken  up  for  Battels,  being 
signed  for  by  P.  Waldo,  see  1690.  B.A.  17  Dec.  1687. 
M.A.  12  June,  1690. 

Henry  Yong.  M.  7  March,  16ff  (fil.  Roberto  Yong  de 
Gann,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  18).  <£JfflL  received  as  <£.  and 
restored  18  July,  1687. 


John  Davis.  |H.  20  March,  16ff  (fil.  pleb.).  CJft.  received 
as  <*L  restored  by  Bursar  Balch. 

Haynes  Ryall.  m.  21  March,  16ff  (fil.  H.  R.  de  Sher- 
burne,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  17).  ("Lift.  received  as 
Servitor,  restored  3  Jan.  1695.  B.A.  19  March,  1687. 


1684. 

Richard  Willis.  Admitted  £.  26  Sept.  1684  of  Bewdley, 
Wore,  aged  18.  fH.  5  Dec.  1684  (fil.  Gulielmi  Willis 
de  Beaudly,  Wigorn,  pleb.  set.  18).  B.A.  (All  Souls) 
21  June,  1688.  M.A.  (by  dipl.)  15  March,  1694. 

He  was  at  one  time  Chaplain  to  the  army  in  Flanders,  and 
subsequently  Sub-Tutor  to  William,  Duke  of  Gloucester,  eon 
of  the  Princess  Anne  ;  Dean  of  Lincoln  1701  ;  nominated  Bishop 

z  2 


340  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1684. 

of  Gloucester  19  Nov.  1714,  translated  to  Salisbury  21  Nov. 
1721,  to  Winchester  27  Aug.  1723.  He  died  10  Aug.  1734, 
aged  71  (?).  He  is  frequently  mentioned  in  Hearne's  Col- 
lections, and  attacked  for  being  a  Whig  and  Low  Churchman. 
There  is  a  portrait  of  him  in  Dr.  Griffith's  Collections. 


Silas  Ayles.  fH.  29  April,  1684  (fil.  Christopher!  Ayles  de 
Ewenminster,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  20).  &.fft.  received 
as  Servitor  21  Oct.  1679,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Latton 
1683—1684.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  15  May,  1684. 

Vicar  of  Chilthorn  Dormer,  Somerset,  8  Feb.  1704  ;  died  about 

1738. 

Francis  Porter,  ffi.  2  May,  1684  (fil.  Francisci  Porter  de 
Danesbury,  Essex,  pauperis,  set.  19).  CLiffll  received  as 
Servitor  early  in  1683,  restored  by  Bursar  Balch.  Good- 
ridge  Exhibitioner  1685—1686.  B.A.  11  Feb.  1686. 

Thomas  Wakeleigh.  m.  2  May,  1684  (fil.  Osmundi 
Wakeleigh  de  Chilock,  i.e.  ?  Chidiock,  Dorcestr.  pauperis, 
set.  17).  &.M.  received  as  Servitor,  taken  up  for  Battels 
by  Bursar  Gould. 

James  Farewell.  fH.  9  May,  1684  (fil.  Thomaa  Farewell 
de  Horsington,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  18).  <£.fH.  received 
as  OL  early  in  1683,  restored  15  April,  1687. 

He  left  the  University  without  a  degree,  and  entered  at 
Lincoln's  Inn  to  study  Common  Law.  He  was  the  author  of 
The  Irish  Hudibras ;  died  1689,  "leaving  the  reputation  of  a 
witty  young  man,  and  a  tolerable  poet."  (Wood,  Ath.  IV.  265.) 

Moses  Gould.  fH.  11  July,  1684  (fil.  Gulielmi  Gould  de 
Dunscomb,  Devon,  arm.  set.  15).  (£Jft.  received  as  Jf.(&. 
1683,  restored  28  March,  1687. 

John  Upton.  flfL  11  July,  1684  (fil.  J.  U.  de  Lupton, 
Devon,  arm.  set.  15).  C.fSU  received  as  dF.<3L  1683, 
restored  15  Feb.  16|f.  He  died  21  Dec.  1686,  and  was 
buried  in  the  Outer  Chapel,  where  there  was  a  stone 
marked  J.  U.  1686,  with  this  monument. 


1684-85.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  341 

H.  S.  E. 

Johannis  Upton,  Socio-Commensalis  Coll.  Wad.  Johannis 
Upton  de  Lupton  in  comitatu  Devon,  arm.  fil.  unicus,  immerosse 
et  honestse  familiaa  magna  spes  et  dectis,  ingenii  viribus, 
studiorum  profectu,  suavitate  morum,  vitse  probitate  exemplum 
paucis  imitabile  :  qui  postquam  permagno  abscessu  a  luxata 
Thoracis  vertebra  intus  orto  fractum  corpus  infracto  animo  per 
'  plures  annos  circumtulerat,  tandem  inter  infandos  dolores, 
patientia  vere  Christiana  mortis  terrorem  vincens,  seternitatis 
beatae  spe  amplissima  donatus  omne  quod  fuit  mortale  deposuit 
Decem.  die  xxi  An.  Dom.  MDCLXXXVI,  set.  xvui. 

John  Glasbrook.  fK.  19  July,  1684  (fil.  J.  G.  de  Broad- 
mayn,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  17).  (JLUft.  received  as 
Servitor  1684.  B.A.  5  May,  1688. 

William  Kenrick.  IE.  22  July,  1684  (fil.  Gulielmi  Kenrick 
de  Swindon,  Wilton.  Baronetti,  set.  19).  &.JH.  received  as 
Jf.(St.  early  in  1683,  paid  over  in  July,  1685,  by  Bursar 
Balch. 

He  succeeded  his  father  as  second  Baronet,  of  Whitley,  Berks, 
1685,  and  died  s.p.m.  1699,  when  the  title  became  extinct. 

Henry  Marison.     fH.  17  Dec.  1684  (fil.  Francisci  Marison 
de  Waltham  Episcopi,  Hampton,  gen.  set.  15). 
received  as  (St.  1684,  restored  24  June,  1687. 


1685. 

George  Gerrard.  £H.  31  March,  1685  (fil.  G.  G.  de  Meer 
Wilton,  cler.  set.  14).  C.fft.  received  as  (ft.,  restored 
4  Nov.  1685.  Admitted  &.  25  Sept.  1685,  of  Meer, 
Wilts,  aged  15.  B.A.  24  Oct.  1688.  M.A.  1  July,  1691, 
Admitted  J%  1  July,  1692.  Elected  Moderator 
Novse  Classis  1689;  Bursar  1695,  1699,  1702,  1705, 
1708;  Sub- Warden  1696,  1698,  1700,  1702  (?),  1703, 
1706. 

Thomas  Gregory.  Admitted  S.  25  Sept.  1685  of  the 
College,  Gloucester,  aged  17.  fft.  Magdalen  Hall, 


342  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1685. 

10  April,  1681  (fil.  Johannis  Gregory  de  Gloucestr.  cler 
set.  16).     B.A.  17  Dec.  1688.     M.A.  1  Dec.  1691. 

Lecturer  at  Fulham,  Middlesex.     Author  of  The  Doctrine  of  a 
•God,  and  Providence  Vindicated  and  Asserted,  London,  1694. 

Latimer  Cross.  Admitted  £.  25  Sept.  1685  of  Oxford, 
aged  17.  B.A.  17  Dec.  1688.  M.A.  5  July,  1692. 

William  Ford.  Admitted  &  25  Sept.  1685  of  Heyford 
"ad  pontem,"  Oxford,  aged  19. 

One  William  Ford  was  B.A.  of  New,  30  April,  1690.     M.A. 
15  Jan.  1693. 

John  Doidge.  fH.  3  April,  1685  (fil.  Richardi  Doidge  de 
Milton  Abby,  i.e.  Abbots,  Devon,  gen.  set.  16).  (E.fH. 
received  as  OL  1685,  restored  9  Oct.  1693.  B.A.  20  Oct. 
1688.  M.A.  15  June,  1691. 

John  Dodd.  m.  7  April,  1685  (fil.  J.  D.  de  Hinton,  North- 
ampton, cler.  set.  16.)  <&M.  received  as  (&.  1685, 
taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Baker.  B.A.  3  Nov. 
1688.  M.A.  1  July,  1691.  B.M.  1  April,  1694. 

John  Stokes.  ffltt.  7  April,  1685  (fil.  Gu.  Stokes  de 
Lanceston,  Cornub.  pleb.  set.  17).  B.A.  12  Oct.  1688. 
M.A.  15  June,  1691. 

John  Ladd.  $&.  8  April,  1685  (fil.  J.  L.  de  Overworton, 
Oxon.  pauperis,  set.  16).  (JT.JH.  received  as  Servitor, 
1685,  restored  23  Feb.  16|f.  B.A.  10  May,  1689. 

John  Dampier.  fH.  10  April,  1685  (fil.  Henrici  Dampier 
de  Blackford,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17).  &JH.  received  as 
OL  1685,  restored  1  April,  1692.  B.A.  12  Oct.  1688. 
M.A.  15  June,  1691.  Admitted  OEjaplam  29  March, 
1692.  He  died  4  Dec.  1694,  and  was  buried  in  the 
College  Chapel  with  this  gravestone ; 

H.  S.  E. 

Johan.  Dampier  arm.  et  hujus  Coll.  Capellan.  qui  obiit 
4  Decemb. 

A         f  Dom  1694 
Anno  < 

(  setatis  zb. 


1685.] 


WARDEN     IRONSIDE. 


343 


Giles  Stoodley.  fH.  10  April,  1685  (fil.  Benjamin  Stoodley 
de  Winsor  Lata,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received 
as  <2L  1685,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Hody. 

Hercules  Hoyles.  ffi.  10  April,  1685  (fil.  H.  H.  de  Kings- 
bridge,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  20).  C.fft.  received  as 
Servitor  1685,  restored  by  Bursar  Croke.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1687,  1688.  B.A.  12  Oct.  1688.  M.A. 
7  July,  1691. 

Andrew  Tryst,  m.  10  April,  1685  (fil.  Thornse  Tryst  de 
Maidford,  Northampton,  gen.  ast.  16).  (JLfft.  received  as 
(St.  1685,  restored  by  Bursar  Latton.  Admitted  JJ. 
27  Sept.  1686,  of  Meadford,  Northants,  aged  18.  He 
spoke  the  Goodridge  Obit  speech  in  1691.  B.A. 
24  Oct.  1688.  M.A.  1  July,  1691.  B.M.  21  April,  1694. 
D.M.  6  July,  1698.  Admitted  Jf.  30  June,  1693. 
Elected  Catechist  1691. 

John  Pooler.  £H.  10  April,  1685  (fil.  Johannis  Pooler  de 
Bewdley,  Vigorn.  gen.  33t.  17).  £.|H.  received  as  (St. 
1685,  restored  by  Bursar  Doyley.  B.A.  20  Oct.  1688. 
M.A.  15  June,  1691. 

Rector  of  Ribbesford  with  the  Chapel  of  Bewdley  annexed, 
10  July,  1695  ;  died  11  August,  1706,  aged  39,  and  is  buried 
at  Ribbesford  with  an  inscription  on  a  flat  stone.  (Nash, 
II.  272.) 

Edward  Baines.  fH.  10  April,  1685  (fil.  E.  B.  de  Hertford, 
pauperis,  aet.  16).  &JH.  received  as  Servitor  1685,  paid 
over  by  Bursar  Gould. 

John  Jones.  fH.  22  Oct.  1685  (fil.  Johannis  Jones  de 
Somerton,  Oxon.  pleb.  a3t.  18).  (E.fH.  received  as  <£. 
21  Oct.  restored  by  Bursar  Dunster. 


Samson  Vallack.  ffl.  30  Nov.  1685  (fil.  Johannis  Vallack 
de  Plymutha,  Devon,  gen.  aet.  13).  (£.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
1  May,  1686,  restored  3  Jan.  1695.  B.A.  2  July,  1689. 
M.A.  18  April,  1692.  B.M.  16  Dec.  1701. 


344  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1685. 

Robert  Turner.  £ft.  8  Dec.  1685  (fil.  R.  T.  de  Londin,  gen. 
set.  17).  (£JH.  received  as  (ft.  26  Nov.  restored  3  Jan. 
1695.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1685,  1686,  1687.  B.A. 
2  July,  1689.  M.A.  3  July,  1693.  Robert  Turner  of 
Wadham  was  TerraB  Filius  in  1703. 

Henry  Embers.  £H.  17  Dec.  1685  (fil.  Rlchardi  Embers  de 
Blanford,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  ast.  18).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
7  Nov.  restored  by  Bursar  Lyndsay  26  Oct. 

James  Clerke.  m.  26  Feb.  16§|-  (fil.  Johannis  Clerke  de 
Londin.  gen.  set.  16).  e.fH.  received  as  (ft.  16f  f,  paid 
over  by  Bursar  Croke. 

Gerard  Clement,  fH.  12  March,  16f|  (fil.  Pauli  Clement 
de  Nether  Compton,  Dorcestr.  cler.  a3t.  16).  (£.fft.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  16f|,  restored  by  Bursar  Lyndsay.  B.A. 
27  Feb.  1689. 

One  Gerard  Clement  was  Vicar  of  Pitney  (alias  Kingstone), 
Somerset,  28  June,  1704,  and  died  there  apparently  in  1721. 

William  Baker,  m.  18  March,  16fJ  (fil.  Gulielmi  Baker 
de  Ilton,  Somerset,  cler.  a3t.  16).  &JEU  received  as  (ft. 
16f|-,  restored  by  Bursar  Latton  1686.  He  also  paid 
C.JH.  (£6)  17  April,  1713,  which  was  restored  26  Feb. 
1714.  Admitted  g>.  27  Sept.  1686,  of  Ilton,  Somerset, 
aged  17.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1690,  1691,  1692; 
in  which  last  year  he  delivered  the  Obit  speech.  B.A. 
22  Oct.  1689.  M.A.  28  May,  1692.  B.  and  D.D. 
10  July,  1707.  Admitted  Jf.  30  June,  1693.  Junior 
Proctor  1696.  Elected  Bursar  1696,  1698,  1700,  1703, 
1704,  1707,  1710;  Sub-Warden  1697,  1699,  1701,  1708; 
Elected  barton  after  17  May,  admitted  23  May,  1719  ; 
Rector  of  St.  Ebbe's,  Oxford  ;  Rector  of  Padworth, 
Berks;  Rector  of  St.  Giles  in  the  Fields,  London,  1695- 
1715  ;  Rector  of  Bladon  with  Woodstock,  2  Oct.  1712- 
1715;  Archdeacon  of  Oxford  17  Feb.  1714.  On  Dec. 
14,  1720,  the  College  granted  him  three  months'  leave  of 
absence,  on  account  of  the  necessary  attendance  in  his 
parish.  And  again  on  14  April,  1722,  being  commanded 


1685.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  345 

by  his  Majesty  to  attend  him  to  Hanover  he  had  leave 
of  absence  till  his  Majesty's  return. 

Elected  Bishop  of  Bangor  1723  ;  consecrated  23  Aug.  ;  he  re- 
signed the  Wardenship  1724  ;  translated  to  Norwich  19  Dec. 
1727,  "but  there  is  no  record  of  his  having  resided  in  the 
diocese."  He  died  at  Bath  4  Dec.  1732,  and  was  buried  in  the 
abbey,  with  this  monument : 

Memorise  Sacrum 

Eeverendi  admodum  Prsesulis. 

Gulielmi  Baker,  S.  T.  P. 

Bangoriensis  primum 

Dein  Norvicensis 

Episcopi 
Qui  ILTONJE  in  Agro  Somersetensi 

Natus 
In  Collegio  Wadhami  apud  Oxonienses 

Bonis  Literis  Innutritus 
Suam  (1  suum)  illud  Collegium  Alumnus 

Socius  Gardianus 
Moribus,  Prudentia,  Auctoritate 
Cohonestavit.  Auxit,  Stabilivit, 
Ecclesioe  Stl  ^EGIDII  Campis 

Londini 

Diu  summ&  cum  Laude  prsefuit  Kector 
Atque  in  Urbe  Britannise  nostrse 

Primaria 
Concionator  Facundus,  Doctus,  Gravis, 

Inter  Celeberrimos  emicuit 
Mox  ad  Altiora  Merito  suo  evectus 
Non  tarn  ab  Aniplissimis,  quse  gessit 

Muneribus 

Ipse  Dignitatem  mutuasse 

Quam  eadem  proprio  splendore 

Illuetrasse  videbatur. 

Mortalitati  valedixit 

Quarto  die  Decembris 

Anno  i  Humana3  Salutis  MDCCXXXII 

I  ^Etatis  LXV. 

He  is  several  times  mentioned  in  Hearne's  Diary,  and  appears 
to  have  been  a  Whig.  Hearne  mentions  an  attempt  to  refuse 


346  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1685-86. 

him  his  D.D.,  probably  made  by  Hearne  himself.  (July,  1707.) 
His  portrait  hangs  in  the  College  Hall. 

Digory  Pearse.     fit.  19  March,  16f|  (fil.  D.  P.  de  Laun- 

ceston,  Cornub.  pauperis,  set.  18).  (E.fH.  received  as 
(ft.  IGff-,  restored  by  Bursar  Lyndesay.  B.A.  22  Oct. 
1689. 

Francis  Mead.  ffl.  19  March,  16f£  (fil.  Richardi  Mead  de 
Mursely,  Buck.  pleb.  set.  16).  CT.HH.  received  as 
OL  23  March,  1685,  restored  15  Oct.  1698.  B.A.  22  Oct. 
1689.  M.A.  22  Oct.  1692.  B.M.  1  Dec.  1696. 

Robert  Coke.  m.  19  March,  1  6ff  (fil.  Jo.  Coke  de  Oxon., 
pauperis,  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor,  16ff, 
restored  2  Aug.  by  Bursar  Croke  ?  1689.  B.A.  (Hart 
Hall)  16  Oct.  1689. 


1686. 

Matthew  Frampton.  m.  26  March,  1686  (fil.  Koberti 
Frampton  de  Kingsbury,  Hampton,  cler.  set.  16).  (E.fft. 
received  as  (ft.  16ff,  restored  by  Bursar  Croke.  Elected 
Demy  of  Magdalen,  at  the  Golden  Election,  1689.  B.A. 
(Magd.)  8  July,  1690.  M.A.  12  May,  1693.  B.M. 
18  June,  1702.  D.M.  9  May,  1706.  Jf.  1694—1707  ; 
Junior  Dean  of  Arts  1703,  1704 ;  Bursar  1705. 

Hearne  notes  (3  June,  1707),  that  "on  Friday  last  (i.e.  30  May), 
Dr.  Frampton  married  Mrs.  Molly  Levins,  daughter  of  the  late 
Dr.  Baptista  Levins,  Bishop  of  the  Isle  of  Man."  She  was 
about  16  or  17  years  of  age. 

He  died  22  Aug.  1742,  aged  73,  and  was  buried  in  St.  Peter's 
in  the  East,  with  the  following  inscription  : 

P.  M.  S.     V.  E.  C. 

Matthseus  Frampton,  M.D.,  obiit  22  Aug.  1742,  set.  73.  Col- 
legio  Magdalenensi  lib.  sexies  condonavit.  Mariam,  Rev.  Patris 
D.  Baptistse  Sodor  Ep.  et  Mariae  Hyde  ex  illustrissima  gente 
fil.  et  hser.  unicam  uxorem  duxit  ex  qua  suscepit  liberos  tres 
morte  praomatura  correptos. 


1686.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  347 

Edward  Hart.  fft.  26  March,  1686  (fil.  Robert!  Hart  de 
Prill,  Buck.  gen.  set.  19).  ODJK.  received  as  Jf.<&. 
16££,  restored  by  Bursar  Croke. 

Apparently  High  Constable  of  Ashendon  in  1698.   (Lipscomb, 
I.  102.) 

William  Colbron.  fflL  26  March,  1686  (cler.  fil.).  &M. 
received  as  Servitor  3  March,  1685,  restored  by  Bursar 
Dunster.  B.A.  22  Oct.  1689. 

Samuel  Mee.  ffiL  26  March,  1686  (gen.  fil.).  &M.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  24  March,  1685,  restored  by  Bursar 
Lydgould.  B.A.  22  Oct.  1689.  M.A.  28  May,*  1692. 

John  Bowyer.  ffi.  26  March,  1686  (pleb.  fil.).  <EJK.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  24  March,  1685,  restored  3  Jan.  1695. 

Joseph  Hoffe.  fH.  27  March,  1686  (fil.  J.  H.  de  Sturminster 
Newton,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  18).  C.fflL  received  as 
Servitor  24  March,  1685,  restored  7  March,  1692.  B.A. 
20  Jan.  1690. 

James  Ludwell.  ftt.  11  May,  1686  (fil.  Roberti  Ludwell 
de  Bruton,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  15).  <E.j3flU  received  as 
OL  10  April,  1686,  restored  25  Jan.  1692.  B.A.  27  Feb. 
1689.  M.A.  19  Oct.  1693.  Admitted  OTtjaplam  21  Jan. 
1692,  probably  till  7  Dec.  1694. 

John  Lee.  fH.  14  May,  1686  (cler.  fil.).  C.ilE.  received  as 
<£.  7  May,  1686,  restored  8  July,  1689. 

William  Pembridge.  n.  14  May,  1686  (fil.  G.  P.  de 
Marsmore,  Gloucestr.  gen.  set.  17).  CJft.  received  as  C£. 
14  June,  1686,  restored  18  March,  16ff  - 

William  Lennard.  m.  20  May,  1686  (fil.  G.  L.  de  Crewk- 
horne,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  19).  CC.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  14  June,  1686,  restored  27  April,  1699. 

James  Jennings,  fft.  5  July,  1686  (fil.  Roberti  Jennings 
de  Abingdon,  Bercher,  arm).  C.fH.  received  as  (5. 
11  Nov.  1686,  restored  by  Bursar  Lyndesay. 


348  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1686. 

Francis  Wyndham.  £H.  17  July,  1686  (fil.  Johannis 
Wyndham  de  Setterdown,  Glam.  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  {&.  8  June,  1686,  restored  by  Bursar  Dunster. 
Admitted  &•  24  Sept.  1687  of  St.  Bride's  Major, 
Glamorgan,  aged  17. 

John  Pointer.  £H.  12  Nov.  1686  (fil.  Samuelis  Pointer  de 
Londin.  arm.  set.  15).  <£.fflL  received  as  JfM.  13  June, 
1686,  restored  22  June,  1690.  Probably  John  Pointer, 
B.A.  (of  Merton)  29  Oct.  1691.  M.A.  12  June,  1694. 

John  Leigh,  fft*  12  Nov.  1686  (fil.  J.  L.  ex  Insula  Vecti, 
Hampton,  arm.  set.  16.)  (£.fff.  received  as  JfM.  21  Oct. 

1686,  restored  July,  1691. 

Thomas  Cook.  ffl.  12  Nov.  1686  (fil.  Johannis  Cook  de 
Axminster,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  17).  (£.£H.  received  as 
Servitor  23  Oct.  1686,  restored  by  Bursar  Lyndesay. 
B.A.  26  June,  1690. 

Thomas  Lambert.  fH.  26  Nov.  1686  (fil.  Thomse  Lambert 
de  Boy  ton,  Wilton,  gen.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received  as  <£. 
11  Nov.  1686,  restored  by  Bursar  Croke.  Probably 
Thomas  Lambert,  B.C.L.  (Merton)  6  July,  1693. 

Second  son  of  Thomas  Lambert  of  Boyton ;  Hector  of  Boyton 
(1694),  and  Sherrington  (1695). 

Thomas  Hart.  ffi.  26  Nov.  1686  (fil.  Roberti  Hart  de 
Brill,  Buck.  gen.  set.  17).  <£JBL  received  as  (ft.  30  May, 

1687,  restored  by  Bursar  Croke  29  July.    Elected  Demy 
of  Magdalen  1689.     B.A.  8  July,  3690.     M.A.  12  May, 
1693.     B,D.  28  March,  1705.     D.D.  1  July,  1708.     Jf. 
1696—1709. 

Vicar  of  Oakley,  Bucks,  24  May,  1707.  He  died  30  Sept.  1709, 
and  was  buried  at  Brill,  ?  15  Nov.  1709.  A  sermon  which  he 
preached  in  the  University  Pulpit,  was  attacked  for  disloyalty, 
see  Hearne,  8  and  31  Aug.  1706.  He  was  author  of  Carmen  ad 
Regem,  apud  pietatem  Univ.  Oxon.  in  obitum  Marias  Regince 
1695. 


1686.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  349 

Samuel  Bishop.    £H.  4  March,  16ff  (fil.  S.  B.  de  Finchfield, 

i.e.  Finchingfield,  Essex,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
(St.  5  Feb.  1687,  restored  by  Bursar  Durister  1687.  Ad- 
mitted S*  24  Sept.  1687  of  Finchfield,  Essex,  aged  17. 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1693,  1694,  1695  ;  delivered  the 
Obit  speech  1694.  B.A.  16  Oct.  1690.  M.A.  21  June, 
1693.  Elected  jf.  1695  (Bursar's  Accounts).  In  the 
chapel  there  is  a  stone :  8,  B.  1695,  which  apparently 
refers  to  him. 

William  Moore,  fft.  14  March,  16f-f-  (fil.  Gulielmi  Moore 
de  Newton  Abbott,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  (£Jft.  received 
as  (ft.  12  March,  1687,  restored  21  Oct.  1690.  B.A. 
16  Oct.  1690. 

Joseph  Cradock.  fft.  16  March,  16ff  (fil.  J.  C.  de  Lei- 
cestria,  gen.  set.  18).  <!D.fH.  received  as  (ft.  II  March, 
1687,  restored  19  May,  1691.  B.A.  16  Oct.  1690. 

The  father  was  Mayor  of  Leicester  1687.  The  son  was  made 
free  of  Leicester  in  1691.  Rector  of  Markfield  1699.  M.A. 
(of  Clare  Hall,  Cainb.)  1710  ;  died  17ff.  (Nichols,  III.  1149, 
and  IV.  802.) 

William  Hart.  ffl.  16  March,  16  ff  (fil  Hart  Hart  de 
Beaminster,  Dorcestr.  pauperis,  set.  18).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  21  Feb.  1687,  and  paid  over  by  Bursar  Lyndesay 
to  Kobert  Hector. 

One  of  this  name  was  Master  of  the  Free  School  at  Netherbury, 

Dorset. 

John  Jobbins.  fK.  16  March,  16ff  (fil.  J.  J.  de  Bradford, 
Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  17).  CLJH.  received  as  (St.  9  March, 
16f-J>  restored  by  Bursar  Croke,  3  June,  — . 

John  Jobbins  was  Hector  of  Bradford  Peverell  1662—1696. 

Richard  Dyer.  fH.  16  March,  16ff  (fil.  Gulielmi  Dyer  de 
Woodland,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  &.UH.  received  as  (ft. 
21  Feb.  1687,  restored  by  Bursar  Croke. 

Anthony  Whistler.  fH.  17  March,  16f4  (fil.  Johannis 
Whistler  de  Whitchurch,  gen.  set.  17).  tWfl*  received  as 


350  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1686-87. 

OL  17  March,  1687,  restored  14  Oct.  1690.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1688,  1689.  Admitted  S>.  26  Sept.  1690. 
B.A.  19  Jan.  1690.  M.A.  21  June,  1693.  He  appears 
to  vacate  his  5>»  at  Midsummer  1696. 

Daniel  Sagittary.  fa.  18  March,  16ff  (fil.  Joachimo 
Frederico  Sagittary  de  Blandford,  Dorcestr.  M.D.  set. 
15).  C.JH.  received  as  <£L  same  day,  restored  by  Bursar 
Doyley  9  Nov.  ?  1691.  B.A.  16  Oct.  1690.  M.A.  (All 
Souls)  6  June,  1694.  JF.  of  All  Souls. 

He  was  instituted  to  the  Rectory  of  Winterborne  Abbas  1696, 
and  again  in  1717  on  being  presented  to  Winterborne  Steepleton. 
He  died  14  Jan.  1756,  aged  84.  "  A  gentleman  of  great  worth, 
virtue,  and  learning,  an  excellent  parish  priest,  an  agreeable 
and  cheerful  companion,  and  a  sincere  friend."  (Hutchins,  II. 
198.) 

On  a  brass  plate  in  the  chancel  of  Winterborne  Steepleton  : 
"Beneath  this  stone  are  deposited  the  remains  of  Daniel 
Sagittary,  M.A.,  formerly  Fellow  of  All  Souls'  College  in  Ox- 
ford, and  sixty  years  Rector  of  this  parish,  who  eminently 
distinguished  by  the  practice  of  every  social  virtue  becoming  a 
man,  thoroughly  instructed  in  all  that  usefull  learning  which 
constitutes  the  Scholar,  polite  and  amiable  in  his  address  as  a 
Gentleman,  of  sound  faith  and  irreprovable  life  as  a  Christian, 
and  actuated  by  a  true  primitive  zeal  in  the  discharge  of  his 
ministry  as  a  priest  of  the  Church  of  England,  lived  beloved 
and  died  lamented  on  the  14th  of  January,  1756,  in  the 
eighty-fifth  year  of  his  age." 

He  was  apparently  brother  of  John  Sagittary  16f|. 

Robert  Pinney.  fH.  19  March,  16f~f  (fil.  Nicolai  Pinney  de 
Combe  Pine,  Devon,  cler.  set.  17).  <£.HH.  received  as 
Servitor  8  June,  1687,  restored  9  March,  16£f.  B.A. 
19  Nov.  1690. 


1687. 

Samuel  Tilly.  Admitted  &  24  Sept.  1687  of  Martook, 
Somerset,  aged  17.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  as  (£. 
1685,  1686,  and  as  £.  1688  to  1692;  made  the  Obit 


1687.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  351 

speech  in  1693.  B.A.  22  Oct.  1689.  M.A.  28  May, 
1692.  B.D.  12  July,  1712.  Admitted  JF.  3  July,  1694. 
Elected  Bursar  1697  (?)  and  1698.  Proproctor  of  the 
University.  He  apparently  received  his  last  stipend  as 
Jf.  in  1702.  Son  of  Samuel  Tilly  of  Martock,  Somerset, 
cleric,  and  brother  of  William  Tilly  1689,  whom  he 
succeeded  as  Rector  of  Bladon  (29  April,  1704),  and 
domestic  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Abingdon :  died 
24  Aug.  1712.  "He  was  an  ingenious  good-natured 
man."  (Hearne,  27  Aug.  1712.)  In  the  chancel  of 
St.  Mary's,  Oxford,  where  he  was  buried  26  Aug.,  is  a 
diamond-shaped  stone  with  this  inscription  : 

TT      Q      Tp 

Samuel  filly,  S.  T.  B. 

Quondam  Wadh.  Coll.  Soc. 

Dein  Rector  de  Bladon 

Com.  Oxon. 
Humilis,  mitis,  pius 

(  Mt.  44 
Ob"  an     Dni.  1712. 


Samuel  Colwell.     OD.fH.  received  27  Dec.  (?)  1687,  restored 
by  Bursar  Lydgould. 


Andrew  Colwell.  dT.fH.  received  and  restored  as  above. 
B.A.  22  May,  1690. 

See  one  of  the  same  name  under  1689. 

Andrew  Hamilton.  CLfft.  received  as  (ft.  1  April,  1687, 
restored  by  Bursar  Lidgould.  B.A.  (of  Trinity  College, 
Dublin),  incorporated  2  May,  1687.  M.A.  17  Oct.  1688. 

fSl.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin  18  June,  1682,  son  of  Patrick  Hamilton 
of  Tyrone,  aged  16.  B.A.  Spring  Term  1686.  B.D.  and  D.D. 
Spring  Term  1704. 

Charles  Norman.      C.ffl.  received  as  (ft.  1   April,  1687, 


352  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1687. 

taken   up  for  Battels    3    June,    1605.     B.A.  (of   Trin. 

Coll.  Dublin),  incorporated  2  May,  1687. 

fft.  Trin.  Coll.  Dublin  1  May,  1682,  son  of  Samuel  Norman  of 
Down,  aged  16.  B.A.  Spring  Term  1686.  M.A.  Summer 
Term  1693. 

Francis  Snow.  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  in  the  latter  part  of 
1687,  restored  13  Aug.  1689. 

Matthew  Maschall.  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  in  the 
latter  part  of  1687,  restored  by  Bursar  Lyndesay.  B.A. 
(Mascoll)  12  Oct.  1688. 


William  Hayward.  fH.  10  June,  1687  (fil.  —  de  Quedgly, 
Gloucestr.  gen.  aet.  16).  (C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  same  day, 
restored  21  Nov.  1689.  ?  B.A.  (Magd.  Hall)  26  March, 
1691. 

Evidently  son  of  William  Hayward  of  Wolstrop,  born  23  Feb. 
1670.     (Fosbroke,  I.  251.) 

James  Ford.  fH.  17  June,  1687  (fil.  Samuelis  Ford  de 
Binfield,  Bercher.  S.  T.  P.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
28  May,  1687,  restored  2  April,  by  Bursar  Hody.  B.A. 
15  May,  1691. 

John  Rennell.  m.  22  June,  1687  (fil.  Gulielmi  Rennell  de 
Hampson  pv.  ?  parva  D.  pauperis,  set.  18).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  13  June,  1687,  restored  by  Bursar 
Lydgould.  B.A.  27  April,  1691. 

James  Bisse.  fH.  30  June,  1687  (fil.  Edvardi  Bisse  de 
Waltham,  ?  Westham,  Essex,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received 
as  (ft.  late  in  1687,  restored  1  Oct.  1689.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  as  (ft.  1687,  1688,  1689.  Admitted  g>. 
30  Sept.  1689  of  Westham,  Essex,  aged  18.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1693,  1695  :  made  the  Obit  speech  1695. 
B.A.  15  May,  1691.  M.A.  19  Jan.  1693.  B.M.  22  April, 
1697.  D.M.  2  June,  1701.  Elected  $.  apparently  in 
1695 :  but  his  name  only  appears  in  the  accounts  1695 
and  1696. 

He  was  grandson  of  Upton  Bisse,  1613,  and  was  entered  at 
Merchant  Taylors'   School   11  Sept.  1683  (born  Aug.  1669) 


1687.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  353 

He  was  afterwards  of  Codicote,  Herts,  where  he  died  22  Oct. 
1748,  aged  80  :  he  married  Anne,  daughter  of  George  Poyner 
of  Codicote,  and  was  father  of  George  Poyner  Bisse  1737. 

Thomas  Leir  (Lear),  ffl.  2  July,  1687  (fil.  D.  Thomse 
Leir  de  Lindridge  in  parochia  de  Byshop  Stanton,  i.e. 
Bishop's  Teignton,  Devon  ;  eq.  aurat.  set.  15).  (ZTJH.  re- 
ceived as  ;fF.(ft.  14  May,  1687,  restored  by  Bursar  Croke. 

Sir  Thomas  Lear  of  Lindridge,  Baronet,  died  s.p.  1705  ;  the 
dignity  became  extinct  in  1740. 

Humphrey  Briggs.    m.  2  July,  1687  (fil.  H.  B.  de  Hawton, 

i.e.  Haughton  in  parochia  de  Shiffnall,  Salop,  arm.  set. 
17).  <ZD4ft.  received  as  JfM.  20  May,  1687,  restored 
1  Jan.  1690. 

Richard  Herbert.  |H.  2  July,  1687  (fil.  Gulielmi  Herbert 
de  Onibury,  Salop,  arm.  set.  17).  (£.iftfl.  received  as 
JfM.  3  June,  1687,  restored  3  July,  1691. 

Jonathan  Sanders.  fE.  8  July,  1687  (fil.  Jonathan  Sanders 
de  Dedham,  Essex,  cler.  set.  17).  dT.ftt.  received  as  (ft. 
in  the  last  half  of  1687,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Lydgould. 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner  as  (ft.  1687.  Admitted  &. 
1  Oct.  1688  of  Poldam,  Essex,  aged  18.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  as  St.  1692.  B.A.  15  May,  1691. 

James  Hyde.  flflU  17  Oct.  1687  (fil.  Richardi  Hyde  de 
Silkeston,  Hampton,  arm.  set.  16).  <£JH.  received  as  (ft. 
in  the  last  half  of  1687,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Lydgould. 

Francis  Atkins,  fa.  17  Oct.  1687  (fil.  F.  A.  de  Chard, 
Somerset,  cler.  set.  16).  &.|H.  received  as  (ft.  in  the  last 
half  of  1687,  restored  by  Bursar  Lyndesay  12  April,  — . 

Thomas  Curtis.  fH.  24  Oct.  1687  (fil.  Johannis  Curtis  de 
Wells,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  16).  (E.JH.  received  as  (ft,  in 
the  last  half  of  1687,  restored  12  March,  1690. 

A  A 


354  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1687-88. 

Dominus  John  Trevelyan.  M.  25  Oct.  1687  (fil.  Dni  Jo. 
?  Geo.  Trevelyan,  baronetti,  set.  17).  <£.PL  received  as 
JfM.  in  the  last  half  of  1687,  restored  9  Dec.  1690. 

He  was  born  1670,  and  succeeded  his  father  (see  16  f°)  as 
second  baronet  of  Nettlecombe,  Somerset.  He  died  25  Sept. 
1755.  He  gave  a  bowl  to  the  College  which  was  ordered  to  be 
exchanged  with  other  plate  6  Dec.  1783. 

Edward  Baldwin.  fflL  9  Dec.  1687  (fil.  Francisci  Baldwin 
de  — ,  Salop,  gen.  set.  16).  (£JK.  received  as  (ft.  in  the 
last  half  of  1687,  restored  1  Oct.  1689. 

John  Craven.  PL  Jan.  16f|-  (baronetti  fil.).  &.JH.  re- 
ceived as  OL  21  Jan.  1688,  restored  29  Jan.  1695.  B.A. 
15  Oct.  1691.  M.A.  9  June,  1694. 

Probably  son  of  Sir  Anthony  Craven  of  Spersholt,  Berks. :  if 
so  he  died  before  his  father,  who  died  s.p.m.  1713. 


1688. 

Anthony  Johnson,  m.  30  March,  1688  (fil.  A.  J.  de 
Whitney,  Hereford,  gen.  33 1.  16).  OLilH.  received  as  (&. 
8  March,  1688,  restored  13  July,  1694.  B.A.  22  Oct. 
1691.  M.A.  12  June,  1694. 

Edmund  Brickenden.  ftt.  30  March,  1688  (fil.  Thomas 
Brickenden  de  Gorton,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  15).  C.jlH* 
received  as  <£.  17  March,  1688,  restored  by  Bursar 
Dunster.  Probably  Edmund  Brickenden,  B.A.  (Corpus) 
22  Oct.  1691.  M.A.  (Oriel.)  17  Oct.  1695. 

He  is  said  to  have  been  admitted  "  discipulus  "  (i.e.  Scholar)  at 
Corpus  from  the  diocese  of  Bath  and  Wells,  11  Dec.  1687  ;  but 
does  not  appear  to  have  become  jF.  But  these  dates  seem  in- 
compatible. Vicar  of  Sock,  Somerset,  11  Dec.  1697,  on  the 
resignation  of  his  father.  Succeeded  his  father  as  Vicar  of 
Gorton  Dinham,  11  Jan.  1700  :  Vicar  of  Odcombe,  Somerset, 
2  July,  1702,  where  he  was  buried  27  Feb.  17g|. 

John  Crosse.  fH.  30  March,  1688  (fil.  Francisci  Crosse  de 
Bromfield,  i.e.  Broomfield,  Somerset.,  med.  doct.  set.  18). 


1688.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  355 

C.fH.  received  as  OL  23  March,  1688,  restored  6  April, 
1689. 

Thomas  Leir.  fH.  4  April,  1688  (fil.  Thomas  Leir  de 
Cherlton  Musgrave,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  16).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  dt.  27  March,  1888,  restored  5  Oct.  1689. 
Admitted  £>.  30  Sept.  1689,  of  Charlton  Musgrove, 
Somerset,  aged  17.  B.A.  15  Oct.  1691.  M.A.  9 
June,  1694.  Delivered  the  Goodridge  Obit  speech 
1696.  Apparently  became  Jf.  in  1698,  and  received  his 
stipend  in  1700  for  the  last  time. 

Apparently  Kector  of  Ditcheat,  Somerset,  26  April,  1699,  till 
his  death  in  1730  :  if  so,  father  of  Thomas  Leir  1719. 


John  Lovell.  fE.  4  April,  1688  (fil.  J.  L.  de  Evercrutch, 
Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18).  <2D.fft.  received  as  Servitor 
27  March,  1688,  restored  15  Oct.  1689.  B.A.  15  Oct. 
1691. 

Probably  Rector  of  Portishead,  Somerset,  13  April,  1702. 

William  Waller.  fH.  5  April,  1688  (fil.  W.  W.  de  Newport 
Pagnell,  Buck,  pleb.  set.  16).  (KM.  received  as  <&. 
3  Feb.  1688,  restored  22  July,  1692.  B.A.  24  Nov. 
1691. 

Probably   Rector  of    Walton,   Bucks,  23  June,    1711  ;    died 
18  Feb.  1750,  aged  80,  and  was  buried  at  Walton  on  25  Feb. 

Edmund  Dawes.  £H.  6  April,  1688  (fil.  E.  D.  de  Sutton, 
Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  C.JH.  received  as  (ft.  same  day, 
restored  3  March,  1693.  B.A.  15  Oct.  1691. 

Thomas  Dawes.  JH.  6  April,  1688  (fil.  Edmundi  Dawes 
de  Cadbury,  Somerset,  gen.  a3t.  16).  <K.fft.  received  as 
(ft.  same  day,  restored  Aug.  ?  1693. 

Samuel  Strode.  £H.  7  April,  1688  (fil.  S.  S.  de  Exonia, 
gen.  aet.  15).  &.JH.  received  as  (ft.  same  day,  restored 
20  April,  1691.  Admitted  g>.  26  Sept.  1690,  of  Exeter 
Devon,  aged  18.  B.A.  15  Oct.  1691. 

A  A  2 


356  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  ,{1688. 

Richard  Fownes.  m.  2  May,  1688  (fil.  R.  F.  de  Londin. 
arm.  set.  16).  C.ffl.  received  as  Jf.<&.  4  May,  1688, 
restored  30  Nov.  1691. 

Samuel  Hopkins.  fH.  25  May,  1688  (fil.  Reverendissimi 
Domini  Ezechiel  Hopkins  Derensis  Episcopi,  natus 
Raphoti  in  Com.  Donnegallens.  83t.  14).  (£.JH.  received 
26  April,  1688,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Croke  12  Jan.  — . 

In  the  Life  of  Bishop  Hopkins  two  sons  are  mentioned  named 

John  and  Charles,  but  no  Samuel. 

William  Hamilton.  fK.  25  May,  1688  (fil.  Jacobi  Hamilton 
in  Com.  Donegallens.  cler.  aet.  14).  (E.ffiL  received  as  (ft. 
26  April,  1688,  restored  by  Bursar  Lydgould  16  Dec.  — . 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1689. 

Joseph  Fursse.  M.  31  May,  1688  (fil.  Gulielmi  Fursse  de 
Sherburne,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  ?  14  June,  1688.  Clerk  of  Magdalen  1687  to 
1693.  B.A.  (Magd.)  23  Jan.  1691. 

Rector  of  Brandeston,  Norfolk,  6  March,  16f|,  died  1733. 

Thomas  Goodall.  £H.  25  June,  1688  (fil.  Thomas  Goodall 
de  Londin.  gen.  aet.  17).  (JLfH.  received  as  Jf.(ft.  14  June, 
1688,  restored  8  Oct.  1690. 

Wadham  Sprague.  fflL  10  July,  1688  (fil.  Johannis 
Sprague  de  Saltash,  Cornub.  gen.  set.  16).  CJBL  received 
as  OL  9  July,  1688,  restored  9  April,  1689. 

James  Knight,  m.  10  July,  1688  (fil.  Johannis  Knight  de 
Bromfield,  Somerset,  pleb.  aet.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
Or.  9  July,  1688,  taken  up  for  Battels  28  July,  1698. 
B.A.  28  May,  1692. 

Apparently  Vicar  of  Ninehead,  Somerset,  17  Oct.  1700,  re- 
signed 1720.  Vicar  of  Wembdon  11  Jan.  1720.  He  was  also 
Vicar  of  Henstridge  21  June,  1737,  and  Precentor  of  Wells  ; 
died  6  Feb.  1757,  aged  86  years  and  6  months. 

Hugh  Piper.  fH.  6  Sept.  1688  (fil.  Philippi  Piper  de 
Lanceston,  Cornub.  arm.  set.  16).  (!L£B.  received  as  JF.<£. 
28  Sept.  1688,  restored  12  April,  1691. 


1688.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  357 

Gerard  Martin.  fH.  6  Nov.  1688  (fil.  -  -  gen.  set.  18). 
«DJK.  received  as  OL  1  Oct.  1688,  restored  25  March, 
1691. 

Edward  Wood.  ffi.  16  Nov.  1688  (fil.  Thomse  Wood  de 
Littleton,  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  17).  <£.fft.  received  as 
JfM.  15  Oct.  1688,  restored  8  Feb.  1692. 

George  Savill.  jjH.  4  Dec.  1688  (fil.  Gulielmi  Savill  de 
Bakewell,  Derb.,  arm.  set.  17).  He  paid  £15  C.fft.  for 
self,  brother  and  guardian  3  Nov.  1688,  and  it  was 
restored  by  Bursar  Croke  on  6  Oct.  — . 

Thomas  Clarges.  |H.  4  Jan.  16ff,  Dns.  T.  C.  in  con- 
ventione  delegatus  Oxon.  Univ.  futurus  in  matriculam 
ejusdem  ascriptus  est.  He  was  also  Burgess  in  the 
first  parliament  of  William  III.  1689—1695. 

Sir  Thomas  Clarges,  Knighted  1660,  was  brother-in-law  of 
Monk,  Duke  of  Albermarle,  and  assisted  in  bringing  about  the 
Restoration  ;  died  4  Oct.  1695. 

Thomas  Cox.  fE,  4  March,  16ff  (fil.  Thomse  Cox  de 
Melbury,  Dorcestr.  gen.  get.  17).  &.4E.  received  as  (ft. 
20  Feb.  1689,  restored  by  Bursar  Lidgould.  Admitted 
S.  26  Sept.  1690,  of  Gasper,  Somerset,  aged  19.  B.A. 
15  Oct.  1692.  M.A.  28  May,  1695. 

Thomas  Mills.  UH.  12  March,  16ff  (fil.  Johanriis  Mills  de 
Barley,  Hartf.,  cler.  set.  17) ;  but  Cotton  in  his  Fasti 
EccL  Heb.  gives  the  Bishop  of  Waterford  a  different 
parentage.  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  5  Feb.  1689,  restored 
by  Bursar  Croke.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1691,  1692. 
B.A.  (Milles)  15  Oct.  1692.  M.A.  (Edm.  Hall)  28  May, 
1695.  B.D.  (Ch.  Ch.)  9  May,  1704.  Admitted  (Chaplain 
7  Dec.  1694.  Became  Vice  Principal  of  St.  Edmund 
Hall  1695.  Succeeded  Hody  as  Regius  Professor  of 
Greek  1706. 

Chaplain  to  Thomas,  Earl  of  Pembroke,  Lord  Lieutenant  of 
Ireland.  Consecrated  Bishop  of  Waterford  18  April,  1708  ; 
died  13  May,  1740,  and  was  buried  in  Waterford  Cathedral. 
Edited  St.  Cyril,  1703. 

Hearne  is  never  tired  of  attacking  Milles  ;  see  his  comments 
on  the  appointment  to  the  Greek  Professorship  under  date 
17  and  18  Feb.  1707.  (O.H.S.,  I.  p.  326,  &c.). 


358  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1688. 

He  was  unceasing  in  his  exertions  to  restore  and  rebuild  the 
churches  of  his  diocese,  and  among  them  created  from  its  ruins 
the  ancient  church  of  St.  Olaf  in  Waterford,  which  was  con- 
secrated 29  July,  1734.  Over  the  entrance  is  the  following 
inscription  : 

Templum  hoc 

Sto  Olavo  Regi  ac  Martyri 

Dicatum  resedificavit  A.D.  MDCCXXXII 

Thomas  Milles  S.T.P.  Episcopus  Waterfordi 

Qui  etiam  curavit  ut  ecclesiaB  Sti.  Patricii 

Waterford,  Drumcannon,  Kilsteran,  Rathronan 

Ardfinane  and  Kinsalebeg 

Reficierentur 
Accepi  lateritiam,  reliqui  marmoream. 

He  also  presented  three  large  brass  chandeliers,  and  the 
Communion  plate,  besides  ordering  the  recasting  of  the  bells. 

John  Eyans.  M.  13  March,  16ff  (fil.  Antonii  Eyans  de 
Badbrooke,  Oxon.  gen.  set.  15).  (JD.Jft.  received  as  (&. 
5  Feb.  1689,  restored  25  Oct.  1690.  Admitted  S>. 
26  Sept.  1690,  of  Bagbrook,  Oxford,  aged  17.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1693,  1694,  1695.  B.A.  15  Oct.  1692. 
M.A.  28  May,  1695.  Became  Jf.  in  1698.  Elected 
Bursar  1699  and  1702.  Junior  Proctor  1703,  He  re- 
ceived stipend  as  JF.  till  1704.  Mr.  Eyans  paid  CJH.  as 
(&.  3  Dec.  1705,  which  was  taken  up  to  pay  Battels, 
July,  1716.  He  died  23  June,  1719,  and  was  probably 
buried  in  the  Chapel  where  there  was  a  stone  marked 
J.  E.  1719  : 

He  presented  to  the  College  a  large  MS.  Book,  in  which  are 
recorded  the  certificates  of  those  who  took  the  oaths  of  supre- 
macy and  allegiance,  beginning  9  Oct.  1715.  Brother  of 
Thomas  Eyans  1702. 

Sackvill  Gwynn.  fffiL  22  March,  16ff  (fil.  —  de  Llanvair 
bryn.  Carmarden,  arm.  set.  15).  CT.M.  received  as  JF.(2L 
21  March,  1689,  taken  up  to  pay  Battels  3  Jan.  1695. 

Thomas  Wood.  ffl.  23  March,  16ff  (fil.  Kolandi  Wood  de 
Brookrup,  i.e.  Brock throp,  Glocestr.  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH. 
received  as  Off  same  day,  restored  by  Bursar  Lidgould. 


1688-89.]  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  359 

Daniel  Wood.  Brother  of  the  above,  fH.  same  day, 
aged  15. 

Robert  Hector.  fa.  23  March,  16ff  (fil.  Gulielmi  Hector 
de  St.  Georg,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  17).  &M.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  ?  same  day,  restored  by  Bursar 
Hodges  (?  Hody).  Admitted  <&lflft  23  Oct.  1691.  B.A. 
27  Oct.  1692. 

John  Haynes.  m.  23  March,  16ff  (fil.  J.  H.  de  Shrewsbury 
Salop,  pauperis,  set.  17).  <&.M.  received  as  Servitor 
11  May,  1689.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1691  (Heyns), 
BA.  (Heyns)  4  July,  1691.  M.A.  (Line.)  1  July,  1700, 


1689, 


Richard  Bentley.  <&M.  received  as  <E.  6  July,  1689, 
restored  30  July,  1690.  Incorporated  M.A.  of  Oxford 
from  St.  John's  Coll.  Camb.  4  July,  1689. 

Kichard  Bentley  was  born  27  Jan.  16f|  educated  at  Wakefield 
Grammar  School,  entered  St.  John's  Coll.  Camb.  24  May,  1676 
(de  Oulton  fil.  Thorns  Bentley  defuncti,  annos  natus  15,  ad- 
missus  est  subsizator).  B.A.  23  Jan.  16f$.  M.A.  1683. 
S.T.P.  1696.  Domestic  Chaplain  to  Dr.  Stillingfleet,  Bishop  of 
Worcester  1689  :  as  tutor  to  whose  son  James  (see  below),  he 
came  to  Wadham  College  ;  Master  of  Trinity  College,  Cam- 
bridge 1700  ;  Archdeacon  of  Ely  June,  1701.  Author  of 
Tracts  on  Atheism  and  Deism.  Editor  of  Horace,  Terence, 
Phsedrus,  and  the  Epistle*  of  Phalaris.  Died  14  July,  1742, 
and  was  buried  in  Trinity  College  Chapel,  where  a  small 
square  stone  with  this  inscription  marks  the  resting  place  of 
this  great  scholar  : 

H.  S.  E. 

Richardus  Bentley  S.T.P.R. 

Obiit  14  Jul.,  1742, 

^Etatis  80. 

Nicholas  Ady.  m.  3  May,  1689  (fil.  N.  A.  de  Creeklade, 
Wilton,  cler.  set.  18). 


360  WARDEN     IRONSIDE.  [1689. 

John  Cater.  M.  16  May,  1689  (fil.  Samuelis  Cater  de 
Stansted,  Essex,  arm.  set.  15).  &.JH.  received  as  JfM. 
19  April,  1689,  taken  up  for  Battels  14  May,  1690. 

John  Arnold.  IE.  16  May,  1689  (fil.  Antonii  Arnold  de 
Glocestria,  gen.  get.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  23  April, 
1689,  restored  7  April,  1693. 

Thomas  Turberville.  ffl.  16  May,  1689  (fil.  Thomas 
Turberville  de  Stoke,  Dorcestr.  arm.  set.  16).  (JT.fH.  re- 
ceived as  $.<&.  2  May,  1689,  restored  18  June,  1691. 

Probably  eldest  son  and  heir  of  Thomas  Turberville  of  Bere 
Kegis  :  succeeded  his  father  1701,  and  died  3  Feb.  1704. 

Francis  Tuthill.  ftt.  16  May,  1689  (fil.  F.  T.  de  Bridge- 
water,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  16).  dLfft.  received  as  (£. 
11  May,  1689,  restored  16  Dec.  1695.  B.A.  17  Jan. 
1692.  M.A.  22  Nov.  1695. 

James  Stillingfleet.     m.  4  July,  1689  (fil.  Edvardi  Stil- 
lingfleet  Decani  St.  Pauli,  Londin.  set.  14).     C.JH.  re- 
ceived as  JFM.  6  July,  1689,  restored  16  June,  1691 
(?  1697).     B.A.  13  April,  1692.     M.A.  1  July,  1695. 
Prebendary    of     Worcester    18   Feb.    16ff,   and    Rector    of 
Hartlebury  169f.  Dean  of  Worcester  1726.     He  died  3  Sept. 
1746,  and  is  buried  in  the  cathedral. 

Seymor  Gulston.  JH.  4  July,  1689  (fil.  Reverendi  Gulielmi 
Gulston,  Bristoliensis,  sic,  aet.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  Qt. 
11  May,  1689,  restored  23  July,  1695.  B.A.  13  April, 
1692.  M.A.  9  May,  1695. 

His  father  held  the  Rectory  of  Simonsbury  in  commendani 
with  the  Bishopric  of  Bristol,  and  died  there  in  1684  :  Seymour 
Gulston  presented  himself  as  Rector  of  Simonsbury  25  Sept 
1695,  and  died  in  1716,  and  was  buried  there.  (Nichols, 
Leic.  II.  407.  Hutchins,  Dorset  II.  245). 

Edward  Lyndon.  fH.  10  July,  1689  (fil.  Johannis  Lyndon 
Hibern.  arm.  set.  17).  «D.fS.  received  as  OL  6  July,  1689. 
restored  30  June,  1691.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1689, 
1690. 


1689.] 


WARDEN     IRONSIDE. 


361 


Humfrey  Pitts.  fH.  13  July,  1689  (fil.  Stephani  Pitts  de 
Londin.  gen.  set.  17).  (E.fft.  received  as  (&.  ?  23  March, 
1689,  and  restored  by  Bursar  Hodges.  Admitted  2>, 
25  Sept.  1691,  of  London,  aged  18.  B.A.  27  Oct.  1692. 
M.A.  28  May,  1695.  B.M.  12  May,  1698.  D.M.  16  Jan. 
1701.  He  became  JF.  in  1698,  and  received  his  last 
stipend  in  1703.  Elected  Bursar  in  170X. 


Warden  Dimeter. 

Robert  Colwell.     C.ffl.  received  as  OL  14  Oct.  1689,  re- 
stored by  Bursar  Lyndesay  31  May,  —  . 


Andrew  Colwell.  dr.fflL  received  as  above,  restored  by 
Bursar  Lyndesay  16  July,  —  .  Possibly  B.A.  28  Oct. 
1696.  M.A.  4  July,  1699.  B.M.  10  Dec.  1702,  but  see 
Caleb. 

See  one  of  this  name  in  1687. 

Benjamin  Bayley.  OT.fH.  received  as  Servitor  12  Nov. 
1689,  restored  9  Oct.  1699.  B.A.  (Bayly)  15  Oct.  1692. 
M.A.  31  Oct.  1695.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1698, 
1699. 

His  portrait  is  in  Dr.  Griffiths'  Collection  in  the  Warden's 
Lodgings. 


John   Gayer.      <£.fH.  received  as  Servitor  14  Nov.  1689, 
restored  12  Jan.  1694. 


Thomas  Smith.  fH.  10  Oct.  1689  (fil.  Johannis  Smith  de 
Halls,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  19).  <£.i!H.  received  as 
g>.  20  Sept.  1689,  restored  28  Nov.  1691. 

William  Hughes,     m.  31  Oct.  1689  (fil.  Serjeant  Hughes 

de  B ton,  Oxon.  cler.  set.  18).     (JLJH.  received  as 

(ft.  24  Oct.  1689,  restored  by  Bursar  Hodges. 

Robert  Lamport.  ftt.  26  Nov.  1689  (fil.  Thomas  Lamport 
de  Alton,  Hampton,  gen.  set.  17).  (£.JH.  received  as  (ft. 
1  Nov.  1689,  restored  21  Aug.  1691. 


1690. 


WARDEN     DUNSTER. 


368 


William  Tilly.  IE.  11  Dec.  1689  (fil.  Samuelis  Tilly  de 
Martock,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  14).  (E.ilft.  received  as 
Servitor  7  Dec.  1689,  restored  13  Oct.  1691.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1689,  1690.  He  subsequently  migrated  to 
Corpus  Christi  Coll.,  where  he  was  admitted  "  discipulus  " 
(i.e.  Scholar)  9  Aug.  1692,  and  "scholaris"  (i.e.  Junior 
Fellow)  1697  from  the  diocese  of  Bath  and  Wells.  B.A, 
2  Nov.  1693.  M.A.  20  May,  1697.  B.D.  19  July,  1707. 
D.D.  22  June,  1711. 

Author  of  several  sermons.  There  are  many  references  in 
Hearne  (O.H.S.  I.  p.  10),  to  an  Assize  sermon  of  his  preached 
19  July,  1705.  Probably  son  of  Samuel  Tilly  16f£,  and 
brother  of  Samuel  Tilly  1687. 

Anthony  Lynch.  fH.  12  Dec.  1689  (fil.  Gulielmi  Lynch  de 
Newbury,  Bercher.  pauperis,  set.  17).  C.fft.  received  as 
Servitor  14  Oct.  1689,  restored  2  Nov.  1692.  Admitted 
28  Oct.  1692.  B.A.  21  June,  1693. 


George  Webb.  m.  20  March,  16f£  (fil.  Henrici  Webb  de 
Coleshill,  Bercher,  arm.  a3t.  15).  <£,fK.  received  as  Jf.(&. 
(George  Webb  Pratt)  28  Feb.  1690,  restored  28  Jan. 
1692. 

Henry  Cox.  M.  21  March,  16ff  (fil.  Thomse  Cox  de 
Dodington  Magna,  Northampton,  gen.  set.  17).  &JH. 
received  as  OL  8  May,  1690,  restored  6  Oct.  1692. 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1691.  Admitted  £.  23  Sept. 
1692,  of  Dorrington,  Northants,  aged  18.  B.A.  18  Dec. 
1693. 


169O. 

John  Morris.  Admitted  S>.  26  Sept.  1690,  of  Bishops 
Castle,  Salop,  aged  18.  C.fE.  received  as  (ft.  1  Feb. 
1690,  restored  by  Bursar  Lydgould  9  Jan.  — .  B.A. 
28  May,  1692.  M.A.  23  April,  1695.  Goodridge  Ex- 
hibitioner 1696.  Appears  as  Jf.  1698,  but  presumably 
was  Lever  admitted. 


364  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1690. 

William  Whitlock.  ®M.  received  as  JfM.  26  July,  1690, 
restored  25  July,  1694. 

Mr.  Peter  Waldo.  ft.fH.  received  as  OL  21  Oct.  1690,  re- 
stored 11  April,  1695.  m.  (Exeter)  18  March,  16ff  (fil. 
Danielis  Waldo  de  Harrow  super  Collem,  Middlesex,  arm. 
at.  17).  B.A.  27  Oct.  1692.  M.A.  28  May,  1695.  B.D. 
and  D.D.  (All  Souls)  5  July,  1720.  Admitted  (Eljaplattt 
7  Dec.  1694  (the  last  entry  in  the  Admission  book  before 
the  great  gap),  but  he  does  not  appear  as  Chaplain  after 
1696.  He  appears  to  have  held  the  office  of  Sub- Warden 
1695 — 1696  :  but  as  he  was  not  a  $.  this  seems  im- 
probable. He  was  Proproctor  in  the  year  1705,  when 
Hearne  mentions  (Oct.  31)  that  he  opposed  the  degrees 
of  the  son  of  the  Bishop  of  Worcester  (Dr.  Lloyd). 

He  was  Eector  of  Aston  Clinton,  Bucks.,  1  Dec.  1716  :  his 
Will  is  dated  Oct.  1745,  and  was  proved  in  the  following 
March  :  he  was  buried  at  Aston  28  Jan.  17|f ,  where  there  is  a 
slab  with  this  inscription  : 

M.S. 

Peter  (sic)  Waldo  S.T.P.  Filii  Danielis  Waldo 
De  Harrow  in  Agro  Middlesexise  Armigeri 

Qui 

Pro  Sua  et  Academise  Oxoniensis  dignitate 
Postquam  magistratum  Bis  administraverat 

(Non  Privatse  Kei  et  Reinotse 
Sed  Sacrse  et  Parochiali  obstrictus), 
Ecclesise  huic  Triginta  circiter  annos 

Usq.  ad  mortem  invigilavit, 

Pastor  Bonus,  Prsesens,  Assiduus 

Verse  Pietatis  Cultor  et  Vindex  Strenuus 

Fucatae  Indagator  et  Hostis  acerrimus 

Inter  Pares  et  Potentes  Placere 

Idem  novit  in  loco  Reprehendere 

Sensa  (sic)  animi  quse  semper  Liberrime  protulit 

Ita  Decorabat  Vitae  Integritate 

Ut  Veritate  amicos  non  obsequio  pararet 

Uxorem  duxit  Emmam  Filiam  natu  maximam 

Theophili  Leigh  de  Adlestrop  in  agro  Gloc.  armigeri 

De  qua  Tredecim  Liberis  susceptis 


1690.1  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  365 


Sex  tantum  (cum  matre)  reliquit  Superstites 

Obiit  Jan.  25°  An.  Sal.  1745,  set.  74 

Vidua  et  Filius  unions  Testament!  Curatores 

M.  P. 


Samuel  Smith,  fju  7  April,  1690  (fil.  S.  S.  de  Sherborne, 
Dorcestr.  gen.  set,.  16).  C.JH.  received  as  (ft.  19  Feb. 
1690,  restored  27  March,  1693. 

Possibly  Samuel  Smith,  B.A.  (Exeter)  19  Oct.  1693,  who  was 
admitted  to  the  table  of  sojourners  there,  29  March,  1693  :  his 
name  was  removed  13  June,  1695. 

Edward  Ash.  flflu  7  April,  1690  (fil.  Gulielmi  Ash  de 
Heitsbury,  Wilton,  arm.  set.  16).  CJft.  received  as 
JF&.  1  Feb.  1690,  restored  25  Feb.  1691. 

Son  and  heir  of  William  Ashe  of  Heytesbury :  died  22  May, 
1748,  aged  75,  s.p. 

Richard  Barrington.  ffi.  7  April,  1690  (fil.  Thomse 
Barrington  de  Hatfield,  i.e.  Hatfield  Broadoak,  Essex, 
arm.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  26  Feb.  16f£,  re- 
stored 1  Feb.  1692. 

Died  unmarried.     (Morant,  II.  505.) 

Henry  Fry.  fflL.  7  April,  1690  (fil.  H.  F.  de  Dear  Peake, 
i.e.  Deer  Park,  in  Buckerell,  Devon,  arm.  set.  17).  &.$&. 
received  as  Jf.<&.  3  April,  1690,  restored  26  May,  1691. 

The  male  line  of  the  Frys  of  Deer  Park  became  extinct  in 
Henry  Fry,  who  died  1772. 

Richard  Garland.  fH.  7  April,  1690  (fil.  Johannis  Garland 
de  Marwood,  Devon,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.i!H.  received  as  (ft. 
21  Feb.  1690,  taken  up  by  Bursar  Lydgould  for  Battels, 
4  Feb.  — . 

Peter  Brice.  fff.  7  April,  1690  (fil.  Hugonis  Brice  de 
Crookhorne,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  <£JH.  received  as 
(ft.  14  March,  1690,  restored  3  March,  1694.  B.A.  (New 
Inn  Hall)  8  March,  1693. 


366  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1690. 

Robert  Vile.  ffl.  7  April,  1690  (fil.  Edmundi  Vile  de 
South  Petherton,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  16).  C.fft.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  19  Feb.  1690,  restored  6  March,  1693. 

Thomas  Leaver.  M.  9  April,  1690  (fil.  Johamris  Leaver 
de  Bolton,  Lancastr.  cler.  set.  18).  &.fft.  received  as  (ft. 

5  April,  1690,  restored  21  March,  1692. 

Francis  Eyre.  M.  9  April,  1690  (fil.  Samuelis  Eyre  de 
Sarum,  Wilton,  gen.  aet.  17).  C.fft.  received  as  (ft. 
(Ayre)  1  March,  1690,  restored  16  Oct.  1691.  Admitted 
Sk.  25  Sept.  1691,  of  Sarum,  aged  19.  B.A.  19  Oct. 
1693.  M.A.  13  June,  1696.  D.D.  (by  Dipl.)  15  Jan. 
1734.  He  does  not  appear  as  S*  after  Midsummer, 
1696. 

Probably  Rector  of  Steeple  Langford  1698—1703.    Prebendary 
of  Ufculme  (Sarum)  1711  to  1739  when  he  died. 

Henry  Cooke.  ffi.  9  April,  1690  (fil.  Gulielmi  Cooke  de 
Gloucestr.  gen.  set.  17).  C.fK.  received  as  (ft.  10  Feb. 
1690,  taken  up  for  Battels. 

Joseph  Smalbone.  fH.  9  April,  1690  (fil.  Johannis  Smal- 
bone  de  Middlesex,  gen.  aet.  17).  (K.fH.  received  as  (ft. 

6  March,  1690,  restored  10  Dec.  1692. 

Alexander  Mayow.  fH.  12  April,  1690  (fil.  Philippi 
Mayow  de  Morvall,  Cornub,  gen.  set.  17).  (SLfft.  received  as 
(ft,  4  April,  1690,  restored  11  Nov.  1695,  replaced  in  the 
first  half  of  1697,  restored  27  July  by  Bursar  Baker. 
B.A.  19  Oct.  1693.  M.A.  25  June,  1697. 

John  Giles,  ffi.  30  May,  1690  (fil.  Gulielmi  Giles  de 
Lovington,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  17).  (E.JH.  received 
as  Servitor  22  May,  1690,  taken  up  for  Battels  28  July, 
1698.  B.A.  19  Jan.  1693. 

Vicar  of  Cossington,  Somerset,  19  March,  1699. 


George  Herbert.     fH.  31  May,  1690  (fil.  --  gen.). 

received  as  (ft.  5  May,  1690,  taken  up  for  Battels  21  Jan. 
I7£f.     B.A.  13  March,  1693. 


1690.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  367 

Walter  Ernie.  f&.  3  June,  1690  (fil.  Edvardi  Ernie  do 
Maddington,  Wilton,  baronettus,  set.  18).  (E.ififl.  of 
Sir  Walter  Ernie  received  as  JF.<£.  for  self  and  servant 
£15,  1  Feb.  16|f,  restored  29  June,  1729. 

He  was  grandson  and  heir  of  Sir  Walter  Ernie  of  New  Sarum, 
Wilts  (being  eldest  son  of  Edward  Ernie,  ob.  v.  p,),  whom  he 
succeeded  circa  1682.  He  died  unmarried  and  a  minor  in 
1690,  and  was  succeeded  by  his  brother  Edward. 


Thomas  Bewis.  ffl.  3  June,  1690  (fil.  —  gen.).  £.Jft.  re- 
ceived (Bew)  10  July,  1690,  paid  over  30  July,  1694  by 
Bursar  Croke. 


Robert  Pinny.  flj.  19  July,  1690  (fil.  R.  P.  de  Isle  Abbotts, 
Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  19).  (E.JH.  received  as  Servitor 
28  July,  1690,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Lidgould  17  Nov. 
1690.  B.A.  (Pinney)  19  Nov.  1690. 


Robert  Andrew,  m.  17  Oct.  1690  (fil.  —  de  Harleton, 
Northampton,  arm.  — ).  £.fft.  received  as  $.<&.  8  Oct. 
1690,  restored  13  Sept.  1693. 

He  was  son  of  Thomas  Andrew  of  Harleston,  and  died  s.p. 
1  July,  1739,  bequeathing  Harleston  to  his  godson  Kobert 
Andrew.  (Baker,  I.  168.) 

In  the  Church  at  Harleston  is  the  following  : 
Juxta  depositum  jacet  quicquid  mortale  fuit  Roberti  Andrew 
Armigeri  Thomse  Andrew  et  Ann  SB  uxoris  filii  :  Antiquissima 
stirpe,  patre  natalis  soli  amantissimo  oriundi :  arduis  temporibus 
Hujusce  comitatus  non  sine  summo  vitse  discrimine,  bis  vice- 
comite  :  qui  uno  eodemque  anno  se  vidit  ad  dignitatem  amplis- 
simam  evectum  ;  Britanniam,  Tyrannidis  jugo  feliciter  excusso, 
in  Libertatem  auream  vindicatam.  Hoc  fonte  derivati  in 
patriam  populumque  fluxit,  diffusa  Koberti  liberalitas.  Cujus 
memoriam  animi  candor,  sedulitas  officiosa,  mores  illibati  per- 
vetusta  et  (proh  pudor)  obsoleta  prope  gentis  Anglicanaa 
hospitii  munera  sempiterna)  laudi  commendarunt.  Priscao  fidei 


368  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1690-91. 

legum  civicarum  virtutis  verse  rigidus  satelles  ;  Voluit  esse 
Probus  :  et  quo  posset  ab  Aula  se  sponte  relegavit.  Ab  Urbis 
Fumo  strepituque  procul  remotus  paterna  coluit  rura  urbani- 
tatis  nequaquam  expers.  Et  dum  insolito  quoquam  ardore 
feras  insecutus  est,  Homines  benevolentia  Summ^que  comi- 
tate  facile  captavit.  Bene  dum  latuit,  bene  vixit.  Et  dignissi- 
morum  Avorurn  neutiquam  indignus  ad  eorundem  Manes 
descendit.  Multis  ille  bonis  flebilis  occidit,  Julii  die  7°  anno 
setatis  suae  67°  seise  Christianse,  1739°. 

Humphrey  Smith.  M.  17  Nov.  1690  (fil.  Thomse  Smith 
de  Kidlington,  Oxon.  gen.  set.  17).  <£JH.  received  as 
JF.OL  11  Oct.  1690,  restored  7  Oct.  1693. 

Walter  Yonge.  m.  3  Dec.  1690  (fil.  J.  Y.  de  Charnes, 
Stafford,  gen.  set.  17).  <&M.  received  as  OL  31  Oct. 
1690,  restored  11  July,  1693. 

Isaac  Tomkys.  m.  3  Dec.  1690  (fil.  J.  T.  de  Bilston, 
Stafford,  gen.  set.  18).  C.JEL  received  as  OL  28  Oct. 
1690,  restored  by  Bursar  Whiting  21  July,  —  . 

Jonathan  Oltramare.  fBL  3  Dec.  1690  (fil.  J.  O.  de 
Brixton,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  18).  (£.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  24  Oct.  1690,  restored  by  Bursar  Whiting 
7  Nov.  1692.  B.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall)  9  June,  1694. 


Thomas  Tacke.  »  19  Jan.  16£$  (fil.  T.  T.  de  Exonia, 
Devon,  gen.  set.  16).  (£JH.  received  as  JfM.  18  Jan. 
16f?,  restored  8  March,  1672  (?  92). 

Arthur  Hody.  fH.  19  Jan.  16f?-  (fil.  Richardi  Hody  de 
Batcombe,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  16).  <£.fH.  received  as  <£. 
18  Jan.  16f£,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker.  B.A.  29  Nov. 
1694.  M.A.  8  June,  1697. 

William  Legg.  m.  21  Feb.  16f  -J-  (fil.  de  G.  L.  de  Isle  of 
Wight,  sic,  Hampton,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.fff.  received  as  (ft. 


1690-91.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  369 

5  Feb.  16ff  ,  restored  30  June,  1694.     B.A.  as  Grand 
Compounder,  19  May,  1698. 

Robert  Wood.  fa.  5  March,  16f¥  (fii.  Thomse  Wood  de 
Littleton,  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  16).  £.fH.  received  as  (ft  . 
28  Jan.  16ff,  restored  22  April,  1695.  B.A.  16  Oct. 
1694. 

Thomas  Lugg.     fft.  5  March,  16f  J  (fil.  Laurentii  Lugg  de 
Glocestria,  gen.  set.  16).     C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  5  Feb. 
B-A-  16  Oct.  1694. 


John  Dennet.     fa.  5  March,  16ff  (fil.  J.  D.  de  Blandford, 

Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  16).      WE.  received  as  (St.  5  Feb. 

16f£,    restored    by    Bursar    Whiting.       Admitted   &. 

23   Sept.    1692,   of  Blanford,   Dorset,  aged  17.      B.A. 

16  Oct.  1694.     M.A.  2  June,  1697.     Appears  as  Jf. 

July,  1698.     Elected  Bursar  1700. 

One  John  Dennet  the  father  is  mentioned  on  the  monument  of 
John  Dennet,  who  died  1772,  aged  59,  and  is  buried  at  Bland- 
ford  Forum. 

Edward  Bampfield.  fa.  16  March,  16f£  (fil.  J.  B.  de 
Branscombe,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  18).  C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  5  Feb.  16f£,  restored  1  April,  1693.  B.A. 
(St.  Mary  Hall)  20  Oct.  1694.  A  legacy  from 
"  Mr.  Bampfield  "  of  five  guineas  is  mentioned  in  the 
Bursar's  accounts  1721—22. 

Isaac  Basset,  m.  20  March,  16ff-  (fil.  H.  B.  de  Dentry, 
?  Daventry,  Northampton.,  gen.  set.  17).  &.UH.  received 
as  (St.  same  day,  restored  5  July,  1697.  B.A.  29  Nov. 
1694. 

1691. 

Philip  Le  Gytes.  C.fft.  received  as  (St.  5  Oct.  1691,  restored 
18  Jan.  16fi. 

Possibly  identical  with  Philip  Le  Geyt.  B.A.  Pembroke, 
18  June,  1695,  who  fH.  29  Oct.  1691  (fil.  Sim.  de  Alcester, 

B  B 


370  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1691. 

Warwic.  pauperis,  set.  15)  and  was  admitted  j$.  of  Pembroke, 
on  the  foundation  of  the  Bishop  of  Winchester  22  Feb.  16§f : 
but  it  is  to  be  noted  that  his  name  is  found  in  the  Buttery 
Books  at  Pembroke  25  Sept.  1691  :  it  disappears  in  June, 
1698. 


Henry  Poole.  UH.  26  March,  1691  (fil.  Nev.  P.  de 
Hammersmith,  Middlesex,  arm.  set.  17). 

Gaspar  Ouldham.  m.  31  March,  1691  (fil.  G.  O.  de 
Londin.,  Middlesex,  pauperis,  set.  16).  B.A.  (Jasper 
Oldham)  Alban  Hall,  26  Nov.  1694. 

Charles  Basset.  Jfl.  31  March,  1691  (fil.  Gulielmi  Basset 
de  Londin.,  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  17).  <£Jft.  received  as 
(ft.  25  March,  16ff,  restored  27  March,  1695. 

William  Roberts.  fflflL  31  March,  1691  (fil.  H.  R.  de  Ex- 
minster,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  &.IH.  received  as  (ft. 

24  March,    16f£,   restored   by   Bursar   Gerard.       B.A. 
16  Oct.  1694.     M.A.  20  June,  1710. 

John  Nosworthy.  flS.  31  March,  1691  (fil.  Edvardi  Nos- 
worthy  de  Dipford,  Devon,  cler.  set.  16).  C.JH.  received 
as  (ft.  25  March,  16ff,  taken  up  for  Battels  22  Jan. 
I7£f .  B.A.  16  Oct.  1694.  M.A.  8  June,  1697. 

Thomas  Ley.  |H.  31  March,  1691  (fil.  J.  L.  de  Hewish, 
Devon,  pauperis,  set.  17).  (JLfH.  received  as  Servitor 

25  March,  16ff,  restored  27  March,  — .     B.A.  16  Oct. 
1694. 

Jonathan  Godfrey.  ffi.  2  April,  1691  (fil.  J.  G.  de 
Kimbury,  Wilton,  pleb.  sdt.  17).  C.fGL  received  as  (ft. 
25  March,  16f£,  restored  16  July,  1695.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1693,  1694.  B.A.  16  Oct.  1694.  He 
appears  as  (ftjaplatn  in  1696  and  1697 :  during  part  of 
the  time  he  had  a  deputy  named  Morris. 

William  Grobham.  f&.  4  April,  1691  (fil.  J.  G.  de  Chard, 
Somerset,  gen.  set.  15).  C.fft.  received  as  (ft.  21  March, 
16f£,  restored  20  March,  16ff. 


1691.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  371 

Rowland  Cotton.  |H.  22  April,  1G91  (fil.  Radulphi  Cotton 
de  Newcastle,  Stafford,  arm.  set.  16).  (ST.fH.  received  as 
<!L  19  April,  1691,  restored  6  June,  1694. 

John  Willet.  ffl.  13  May,  1691  (fil.  J.  W.  de  Cirencester, 
Gloucestr.  pleb.  aet.  17).  <2D.4ft.  received  as  (ft.  13  May. 
1691,  restored  5  Oct.  1694.  Admitted  g>.  28  Sept 

1694,  of  Cyrencester,  Glouc.,  aged  19.     Goodridge  Ex- 
hibitioner 1693,  and  as  S>.  1696  and  1697.    B.A.  17  Oct. 

1695.  M.A.  30  Oct.  1697.    He  delivered  the  Goodridge 
Obit  speech  in  1699.      Apparently  he  became  Jf.  in 
1699,  and  continued  till  1715.     Elected  Bursar  in  1703, 
1707,  1708,  1710,  and  Sub-Warden  1704  and  1712. 

He  was  presented  by  the  Society  to  the  Vicarage  of  Wadhurst, 
and  appears  to  have  been  instituted  10  May,  1714.  This  was 
the  first  presentation  made  by  the  College,  no  vacancy  having 
occurred  since  the  Advowson  was  given  them  in  1668  (see 
Thomas  Aynscombe  1663).  From  the  tenor  of  his  will  he 
seems  to  have  resided  much  at  Cirencester  ;  Mr.  Turner  seems 
generally  to  have  officiated  as  Curate  of  Wadhurst,  but  from 
1732 — 1736  the  Vicar's  writing  is  found  in  the  Registers.  He 
died  31  Jan.  17f  f ,  and  was  buried  at  Wadhurst,  where  there  is 
a  monument  on  the  North  Wall  of  the  Chancel  with  this 
inscription  : 

H.  S.  E.  Johanni  Willett,  A.M.  hujusce  ecclesiaB  annos 
XXVIII  Vicario  homini  probo  benevolent!  et  perquam 
modesto,  Sacerdoti  pio  vigili,  fidei  Christiana)  rituumque 
Ecclesise  Anglicanae  vindici  strenuo  obijt,  Jan.  31,  anno  XTI 
1742,  setatis  SUSB  69. 

Also  at  the  entrance  of  the  Chancel  of  the  Church  at  Cir- 
encester is  a  monument  with  this  inscription  : 

To  the  memory  of  the  Rev.  John  Willett,  only  son  of  John 
and  Susanna  Willett,  inhabitants  of  this  town.  He  was  many 
years  Vicar  of  Wadhurst,  in  Sussex,  and  among  other  exemplary 
qualities  exhibited  a  striking  instance  of  the  goodness  of  his 
heart  in  his  attention  towards  his  twin  sister,  Mrs.  Susanna 
Clutterbuck,  who  was  left  a  widow  with  six  children  :  his 
tender  regard  for  their  welfare  ceased  but  at  his  death,  which 
happened  30  Jan.  1742,  in  the  70th  year  of  his  age,  when  his 
remains  were  deposited  in  his  own  parish  church  of  Wadhurst. 

B  B   2 


372  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1691. 


This  and  the  corresponding  monument  were  erected  by  the 
executors  of  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Cripps  in  pursuance  of  his  will. 

The   corresponding  monument  is  to  the  memory  of  the 
Clutterbuck  family. 

William  Wind.  m.  15  May,  1691  (fil.  Henrici  Wind  de 
Ded brook,  Gloucestr.  cler.  set.  19).  OT.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  14  May,  1691,  restored  31  June,  1693.  Ad- 
mitted OHedt  22  June,  1693.  B.A.  (Winde)  26  Jan. 
1694.  M.A.  4  July,  1698. 

John  Wallis.  m.  1  July,  1691  (fil.  J.  W.  de  Londin., 
Middlesex,  gen.  set.  17).  &.f&.  received  as  <E.  14  June, 
1691,  taken  up  to  pay  Battels  12  Aug.  1693.  Demy  of 
Magdalen  1693.  B.A.  30  April,  1695.  M.A.  20  Jan. 
1697.  B.D.  7  March,  1708.  Jf.  1703  to  12  July,  1717; 
Laudian  Professor  of  Arabic  9  March,  I70f  to  1738  ; 
Proproctor  1703 ;  Junior  Dean  of  Arts  1709 ;  Dean  of 
Divinity  1710  ;  Bursar  1711. 

Vicar  of  East  Worldham,  Hants,  20  Jan.  1712  to  1716  ;  Rector 
of  Everley,  Wilts,  died  Jan.  17§|.  Author  of  numerous  verses 
in  Arabic  and  Hebrew. 

Thomas  White,  m.  1  July,  1691  (fil.  Thomas  White  de 
Brentwood,  Essex,  gen.  set.  15).  <£.fE.  received  as  (ft. 
17  July,  1691,  restored  17  Oct.  1692.  Admitted  & 

23  Sept.   1692,   of    Stanfield,   Essex,   aged    17.      B.A. 

24  Oct.  1695.     M.A.  8  Feb.  1697.    Elected  JF,  ?  1697. 
Elected  Bursar  1701,  1705,  1706.     He  appears  to  have 
remained  Jf.  till  1711. 

James  Harris.  fH.  8  July,  1691  (fil.  Thomse  Harris  de 
Sarisberia,  Wilton,  gen.  set.  17).  (JLfft.  received  as  Jf.(&. 
5  Oct.  1691,  restored  16  Nov.  1693.  ' 

Son  of  Thomas  Harris  1660.   His  stone  in  Salisbury  Cathedral 
is  as  follows  : 

M.S. 

Jacobi  Harris  de  Clauso 

Novse  Sarum  Armigeri 

Qui  obiit  XXVI  die  Augusti 

Anno  Domini  MDCCXXXI 

Natus  annos  LXVII  menses  IV. 

His  death  is  also  recorded  on  the  lame  Harris  monument. 


1691.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  373 

John  Whitchurch.  M.  16  July,  1691  (fil.  Gulielmi  Whit- 
church  de  Frome,  Somerset,  arm.  aet.  16).  (£.fft.  received 
as  JF.OL  16  July,  1691,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bur- 
sar Hody. 

Edward  Deane.  m.  16  July,  1691  (fil.  Edvardi  Deane  de 
Hatchbury,  Wilton,  pauperis,  set.  15).  <&M.  received  as 
Servitor  same  day. 

George  Rye.  m.  13  Oct  1691  (fil.  Georgii  Rye  de  Culworth, 
Northampton,  arm.  aet.  15).  (SMIH.  received  as  (ft.  5  Oct, 
1691,  restored  9  Oct.  1694.  Admitted  &•  28  Sept.  1694. 
of  Culworth,  Northants.,  aged  17.  B.A.  22  Nov.  1695, 
M.A.  (Oriel)  2  July,  1698.  B.D.  19  Jan.  1713.  D.D. 
7  Dec.  1715. 

John  Yates.  m.  13  Nov.  1691  (fil.  J.  Y.  de  Lees,  Eborac. 
pauperis,  aet.  17).  C.fE.  received  as  Servitor  5  Oct. 
1691,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Doyly  to  Daniel  Webb. 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1693  and  1694.  B.A.  28  April, 
1695. 

Richard  Oldreve.  fH.  13  Nov.  1691  (fil.  R  O.  de  North 
Huish,  Devon,  gen.  set.  18). 

Lyonell  Lee.  JH.  15  Jan.  16f£  (fil.  Thomas  Lee  de  Hart- 
well,  Buck,  baronetti,  set.  17).  <£.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
23  Jan.  16££,  restored  23  July,  1696. 

He  was  third  son  of  the  first  baronet,  baptised  12  Nov.  1674  ; 

living  in  1707  :  died  s.p.     Uncle  of  William  Lee  1703. 

George  Jago.  fH.  25  Feb.  16fJ  (fil.  G.  J.  de  South  Hill, 
Cornub.  cler.  set.  15).  <£.fH.  received  as  Servitor  17  Feb. 
16fi,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard.  Admitted  Servitor  of 
Ch.  Ch.  7  Oct.  1695.  B.A.  (Ch.  Ch.)  24  Oct.  1695. 

John  Chaple.  fH.  8  March,  16|1  (fil.  J.  C.  de  Lopen, 
Sommers,  sic,  gen.  aet.  17).  CT.fK.  received  as  (ft. 
7  March,  16P-,  restored  26  Aug.  1697.  B.A.  (Chappell) 
22  Nov.  1695. 


374  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1691. 

Charles  Have.  fH.  10  March,  16  fr-J-  (fii.  C.  B.  de  Bache 
Sommers,  sic,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  8  March, 
16|-i-,  restored  22  Jan.  17£§.  B.A.  22  Nov.  1695. 
M.A.  25  June,  1698.  B.  and  D.D.  13  June,  1705. 

Thomas  Archdale.  IE.  11  March,  16-gi  (fil.  J.  A.  de  Great 
Wickham,  Buck.  arm.  set.  16).  (£JH.  received  as  ,iF.(JL 
10  March,  16fJ-,  restored  1  Feb.  1692. 

In  the  church  at  High  Wycombe,  in  the  North  Aisle,  is  the 
following  : 

Here  lyeth  the  body  of  Thomas  Archdale,  Esq.,  who  de- 
parted this  life,  9  Aug.  1711,  aged  36. 

Daniel  Webb.  fl«.  14  March,  16fi  (fil.  Nathanielis  Webb 
de  Timsbury,  Somerset,  pauperis,  ast.  18).  (JLfH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  same  day,  restored  by  Bursar  Doylie. 
B.A.  17  Oct.  1695. 

Vicar  of  Stratton  the  Foss,  Somerset,  1  July,  1699. 

John  Dickes.  ffl.  14  March,  16f-J-  (fil.  Samuelis  Dickes 
de  Cullumpton,  Devon,  cler.  a3t.  17).  (JLilft.  received  as 
OL  5  March,  16fi  restored  12  July,  1693.  B.A. 
22  Nov.  1695.  M.A.  25  June,  1698, 

John  Ivie.  fm.  17  March,  16f-J-  (fil.  Jacobi  Ivie  de  Salis- 
bury, cler.  aet.  16).  &M.  received  as  (ft.  16  March,  16f|, 
restored  31  Oct.  1694.  B.A.  (Magd.)  17  Oct.  1695. 
M.A.  13  Dec.  1698.  Clerk  of  Magdalen  1694—1700. 

In  Fittleton  Church,  Wilts,  there  is  a  monument  to  one  J.  I. 
who  died  1733,  aged  54.     (Hoare.) 

John  Luscombe.  i!m.  17  March,  16fi  (fil-  J-  L.  de  Dip- 
ford,  Devon,  cler.  set.  18).  C.JH.  received  as  Servitor 
19  March,  16fl,  restored  by  Bursar  Doylie.  B.A. 
17  Oct.  1695. 

Jacob  Hunter.  JH.  17  March,  16fi  (fil.  Henrici  Hunter 
de  Londin.  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
Or.  9  March,  16l!i,  restored  10  Sept.  1694. 


1691-92.] 


WARDEN     DUNSTER. 


375 


John  Ballam.  ffl.  18  March,  16f|-  (fil.  Jonadab  Ballam  de 
Southwark,  gen.  set.  16).  (£JH.  received  as  (£.  16  March, 
16fi,  restored  25  June,  1729  to  Richard  Peers.  B.A. 
17  Oct.  1695.  M.A.  4  July,  1698. 

His  father,  mother,  and  elder  brother  are  buried  in  the  Church 
of  St.  Saviour's,  Southwark.  (Manning  &  Bray,  III.  578.) 

John  Hardress.  |E.  19  March,  16fJ  (fil.  Thomaa  Har- 
dress  de  Canterbury,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  as 
JF.OI.  3  March  16fi,  restored  12  July  1694. 

John  Hardres,  of  St.  George's,  Canterbury,  was  Member  for 
that  city  in  the  three  Parliaments  of  Queen  Anne  and  the 
first  Parliament  of  George  I.  He  died  s.p.m.  leaving  two  co- 
heiresses. (Hasted  III.  733.) 


1692. 

George  Sanford.  (JT.fH.  received  of  Sir  Sanford  as  (ft. 
19  April,  1692.  Admitted  13.  at  Exeter,  17  March, 
16f  -f-,  of  Tomsham,  ?  Topsham,  Devon ;  his  name  was 
removed  20  July,  1689,  re-admitted  8  March,  16f£, 
and  again  removed  16  Jan.  16§T-  B.A.  (Exeter) 
16  Oct.  1690.  M.A.  (Wadh.)  21  June,  1693. 

Peter  Osborn.  C.fft.  received  as  Servitor  6  Sep.  1692, 
restored  29  Dec.  1694.  Admitted  ONerfe  27  Oct.  1694. 
B.A.  23  Jan.  1695.  M.A.  4  July  1699.  Ds.  Osborne 
replaced  his  C.fH.  (£2  10s.)  from  24  April  to  17  June, 
1699. 


Richard  Ball.  fH.  6  May,  1692  (fil.  Gulielmi  Ball  de 
Warwick,  gen.  set.  17).  C.ffl.  received  as  <£.  13  April, 
1692,  and  restored  11  Dec.  1692.  A  stone  (R.B.  1692) 
in  the  College  Chapel  perhaps  refers  to  him. 

John  Thorpe,  ffi.  9  May,  1692  (fil.  J.  T.  de  Salisbury 
Wilton,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  same  day, 
restored  by  Bursar  Doylie.  B.A.  19  Oct.  1693.  M.A. 


376  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1692: 

(Exeter)  30  June,  1696.  Admitted  to  the  Fellows' 
Table  (i.e.  Fellow  Commoner)  at  Exeter,  25  Feb.  16f  f-, 
his  name  was  removed  29  July,  1696. 

Eev.  John   Thorpe  Rector  of  Pewsey   has    a   flat  stone    in 
Fisherton  Anger  Church  (Wilts),  died  1729,  aged  55. 

Thomas    Ludlow.       |H.   16  June,  1692  (fil,  --  gen.  —  ) 
.  received  15  June,  1692,  restored  29  Oct.  1694. 


William  Hawkins,  m.  2  July,  1692  (fil.  G.  H.  de  "Nor- 
vitia"  "Northa"  Dris.  set.  17).  <&M.  received  as  OL 
21  June,  1692,  restored  31  Jan.  16ff  B.A.  14  May, 
1696.  M.A.  2  March,  1698. 

John  Read.  m.  7  July,  1692  (fil.  Michaelis  Read  de  Ails- 
bury,  Buck.  pleb.  set.  15).  (K.fH.  received  as  Servitor 
8  Nov.  1692,  restored  19  Feb.  16f£.  He  appears  as 
(ftletfc  in  the  Bursar's  Accounts,  Lady  Day,  16ff,  till 
1696.  B.A.  14  May,  1696. 

Joseph  Barnes.  JH.  7  July  1692  (fil.  Roberti  Barnes  de 
East  Ilsey,  cler.  set.  17).  (JLilft.  received  as  <ft.  21  June, 
1692,  restored  5  July,  1698.  B.A.  14  May,  1696.  M.A. 
25  June,  1698.  He  appears  as  (ftftaplam  in  1697  till 
1699. 

Christopher  Farewell.  fH.  16  July,  1692  (fil.  Thomas 
Farewell  de  Charlington,  Somerset,  arm.  33  1.  18).  (£.fH. 
received  as  Jf.$t.  I  June,  1692,  restored  15  Jan.  1693. 

Henry  Incledon.     M.  16  July,  1692  (fil.  Ludovici  Incledon 
de  Strickland  Hovay,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received 
'  as  01.  6  June,  1692,  restored  17  July,  1694. 

George  Rogers,  m.  22  July,  1692  (fil.  G.  R.  de  Londin., 
Middlesex,  Doctoris  set.  15).  &.M.  received  as  Jf.(&. 
14  July,  1692,  restored  3  Sept.  1694. 

George  Kent.  M,  22  July,  1692  (fil.  Mattha3i  Kent  de 
Londin.,  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  17).  <£.JH.  received  as  <E. 
20  June,  1692,  restored  23  June,  1693  (?  1698). 


1692.] 


WARDEN     DUNSTER. 


377 


Richard  Burge.  fH.  20  Oct.  1692  (fil.  R.  ?  B.  B.  de  Marn- 
hull,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  16).  CJK.  received  as  (ft. 
13  Oct.  1692,  restored  22  Aug.  1693  to  H.  Edwards. 

A  stone  "  R.  B.  1692,"  in  the  College  Chapel,  perhaps  refers  to 
him  :  but  two  named  Richard  Burge  were  buried  at  Marnhull 
in  1693  and  1694  respectively. 

Nathaniel  Parkhurst.  m.  27  Oct.  1692  (fil.  Johannis 
Parkhurst  de  Catesby,  Northampton,  arm.  set.  16). 
CJJH.  received  as  JfM.  15  Oct.  1692,  restored  19  Dec. 
1693. 


Obiit  vita  patris  20  May,  1715,  set.  39. 
Parkhurst  1704. 


Brother  of  Dormer 


Lancelot  Harrison,  (ft.  27  Oct.  1692  (fil.  L.  H.  de  Lon- 
din.,  Middlesex,  Doctoris,  set.  15).  C.fft.  received  as  (ft. 
16  Sept.  1692,  restored  5  March,  16-JJ-. 

Wheeler  Whitehall,  m.  (?  Whilems)  27  Oct.  1692  (fil. 
Johannis  Wheeler  de  Londin.,  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  1  7) 
&M.  received  as  (ft.  24  Sept.  1692,  restored  16  May 
1694. 


Thomas  Nobbs.  <E.  8  Dec.  1692  (fil.  Gulielmi  Nobbs  de 
Stafford,  gen.  set.  16).  &M.  received  as  df.OL  ?  Nabbs 
1  June,  1692,  restored  13  July,  1693. 


James  Prescott.  ffl.  8  Dec.  1692  (fil.  Jacobi  Prescott  de 
Warwic.  gen.  set.  17).  d.fH.  received  as  (ft.  24  Oct. 
1692,  restored  13  Oct.  1694. 

William  Phipps.  fK.  8  Dec.  1692  (fil.  G.  P.  de  Killing- 
worth,  Warwic.  gen.  set.  16).  <£.fH.  received  24  Oct. 
1692.  B.A.  4  July,  1696.  B.  and  D.C.L.  10  July,  1707. 

See  also  under  1714. 


Joseph  Hill.  fK.  8  Dec.  1692  (fil.  Thomas  Hill  de  Welton, 
Northampton,  pleb.  set.  17).  (£.fH.  received  as  Servitor, 
24  Oct.  1692,  taken  up  to  pay  Battels  21  Jan.  I7g|. 
B.A.  4  July,  1696. 


378  WARDEN      DUNSTER  [1692-93. 

Thomas  White.  $&.  17  Dec.  1692  (fil.  Thorns  White  de 
Evenswinden,  Wilton,  gen.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received 
16  Dec.  1692,  restored  15  January,  16ff.  Admitted  g>. 
30  Sept.  1693,  of  Evenswinden,  Wilts,  aged  18.  Good- 
ridge  Exhibitioner  1696  and  1697.  B.A.  28  Oct.  1696. 
M.A.  4  July,  1699.  Elected  Jf.  1698 ;  thereupon  he 
appears  to  have  been  absent  from  College  three  years 
and  a  quarter  till  Lady  Day,  1702,  after  which  his  name 
occurs  in  the  Bursar's  Book  up  till  1718.  As  Thomas 
White,  senior  (see  1691)  was  Jf.  from  1697  to  1711,  it 
is  often  difficult  to  distinguish  between  the  two. 

Hearne  (April  14,  1709)  speaks  of  "Kepublican  White,"  Tutor 
of  Wadliam,  whom  Mr.  Doble  identifies  with  White,  junior, 
who  appears  to  have  been  in  residence  in  1709  (Bursar's  Ac- 
counts) while  it  is  doubtful  if  White  senior  was  then  in  College. 

William  Hilersden.  fH.  21  March,  16ft  (fil.  Thomse 
Hilersden  de  Alstow,  i.e.  Elstow,  Bedf.  arm.  set.  17.) 
(EJfflL  received  as  JML  11  March,  16ff,  restored 
22  August,  1695. 

He  was  baptised  at  Kenhold  24  April,  1676,  and  buried  at 
Elstow  llth  (having  died  6th)  April,  1725. 


1693. 

Edward  Pitt.  C.JH.  received  as  'Gentleman  (sic)  (ft.  29 
March,  1693,  restored  15  Oct.  1694. 

Joseph  Girdler.  &M.  received  as  OL  21  April,  1693, 
restored  5  April,  1695. 

William  Marshall.  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor,  1  March, 
16ff,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard.  B.A.  14  Oct.  1697- 
M.A.  3  July,  1700. 

Edward  Ward.  <E  J0L  received  as  Servitor  15  March,  16-jj-J, 
restored  27  April,  1697.  B.A.  30  April,  1697. 


1693.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  379 

Charles  Fane.  £H.  3  April  1693  (fil.  eq.  de  Balneo  natu 
minor).  (JLfft.  received  as  <2L  27  March,  1692,  taken  up 
to  pay  Battels,  21  Jan.  I7£f. 

Nicholas  Ridgway.  fH.  ?3  April,  1693  (pauperis  fil.  set. 
17).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  28  Feb.  16ff,  restored  by 
Bursar  Ruddle,  31  Oct.  — .  Admitted  S>.  1695.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner,  1699.  B.A.  28  Oct.  1696.  M.A.  4  July, 
1699.  Elected  Jf.  1700,  his  name  appears  in  the  Bur- 
sar's Accounts  till  1711.  Elected  Bursar,  1704.  Hearne 
mentions  his  preaching  at  St.  Mary's  (on  Prov.  i.  10.) 
31  March,  1706. 

John  Mawry.  ffl.  ?  3  April,  1693  (gen.  fil.).  (E.fH.  received 
as  (£.  29  March,  1693,  restored  20  April,  1695. 

Thomas  Chaffin.  fH.  ?  3  April  1693  (Dorcestr.  arm.  fil.  set. 
18).  (ZT.fH.  received  as  Gentleman  (sic)  OL  30  March, 
1693,  restored  30  Nov.  1694,  when  he  signs  Chafin. 

Thomas  Chaffin  son  of  Thomas  Chaffin  of  Chettle  was  baptised 
27  Jan.  1675,  and  died  there  16  March,  1711,  s.p.  His  mother 
was  Ann,  daughter  of  Colonel  Penruddock,  beheaded  in  1655. 

Timothy  Stoodley.  ffi.  ?  3  April,  1693  (fil.  Caroli  Stoodley 
de  Dorchester,  Dorcestr.  pauperis  set.  18).  C.Jft.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor,  7  March,  1693  (?),  and  restored 
4  April,  1698.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1693  and  1694. 
B.A.  1  March,  1697. 

Vicar  of  Sydling  St.  Nicholas  1702,  and  also  of  Frampton 
1710  :  died  27  Dec.  1724.  On  a  monument  in  the  South  Aisle 
of  Sydling : 

Timotheus  Stoodley 

Hujus  EcclesisD 

Per  annos  viginti  et  amplius 

Vicarius  diligentissimus. 

Fidem  et  disciplinam 

Vere  Christianam 

(Prout  Ecclesia  tuetur  Anglicana) 

Concionando  explicuit  dilucide 

Arguendo  strenue  asseruit : 


380  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1693. 

Utramque  populo  sibi  commisso 

Quo  melius  haberet  commendatam 

Animo  invicto 

Vita  Integra 

Placidisque  moribus 

Exemplum  sese  perquam  laudabile 

Bonorum  omnium  cum  favore 

Semper  exhibuit. 
Obiit  Dec.  27,  Anno  Dom.  1724 

Mt.  49. 

Posuit  hoc  frater  ejus  amantissiums 
Christophorus  Stoodley 
Ad  insulam  de  Antego 
Mercator  non  illecebris. 

William  Lock.  m.  ?  3  April,  1693  (fil.  Gulielmi  Lock  de 
Askerswell,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  18).  £.iffi.  received  as 
Servitor,  24  March,  16ff,  restored  22  Nov.  1694.  B.A. 
(Locke,  St.  Mary  Hall)  15  Oct.  1696. 

Kector  of  Askerswell  (9  April,  1703),  and  Chilcombe.  At 
Askerswell  in  the  North  Chancel  on  a  stone  :  "  Here  lyeth  the 
body  of  William  Lock,  junior.  .  .  who  was  born  5  June,  1674, 
and  died  8  May,  1722." 

George,  Lord  Hastings.     fH.  ?  3  April,  1693  (Comitis  fil.) 

Apparently  eldest  son  of  Theophilus  Hastings  Earl  of  Hunting 
don,  whom  he  succeeded  in  1701.  He  was  born  22  March 
1677  and  died  unmarried  22  Feb.  1704  aged  26,  and  was 
buried  in  St.  James',  Westminster  where  it  is  said  on  his 
monument  "That  he  was^versed  in  all  parts  of  polite  literature, 
and  of  so  sweet  a  disposition  and  natural  candor  that  he  had  as 
many  friends  as  acquaintance.  He  had  no  value  for  effeminate 
and  idle  persons  but  endeavoured  to  exeell  in  virtue  and 
honour,  exercising  himself  in  military  affairs  and  serving  his 
country  under  the  Duke  of  Marlborough  :  he  distinguished 
himself  at  the  Sieges  of  Venlo  and  Ruremond." 

Andrew  Caleb.  fK.  ?  3  April,  1693  (gen.  fil.),  probably  a 
mistake  for  Andrew  Colwell  (see  1687  and  1689)  whose 
(£.£K.  was  received  as  (ft.  10  April,  1693,  restored  21  Jan. 
I7f-f.  If  so,  he  is  B.A.  28  Oct.  1696.  M.A.  4  July, 
1699.  B.M.  10  Dec.  1702. 


1693.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  381 


Edward  Farmer.     £ft.    ?    3  April,    1693    (gen.   fil.) 

received  as  4L  28  January,  16ff,  restored  30  Jan.  16|-|-. 

Robert  Harvey.  fH.  19  May,  1693  (fil.  Roberti  Harvey  de 
Edmiston  ?  Edmonton,  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  17).  C.iH. 
received  as  Gentleman,  sic,  (&.  5  May,  1693.  B.A. 
(Oriel)  16  June,  1696. 

Charles  Bromfeild.  fBL  1  June,  1693  (gen.  fil.)  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  Gentleman,  sic  (ft.  31  May,  1693,  restored 
21  August,  1694. 

George  Carew.  iiH.  15  July,  1693  (fil.  Georgii  Carew 
gen.  set.  16.)  C.fH.  received  as  <£.  14  July,  1693,  re- 
stored by  Bursar  Gerard. 

Edmund  Russell.  fH.  15  July,  1693  (gen.  fil.)  OT.fH.  re- 
ceived as  OL  14  July,  1693.  In  the  fB.  Book  his 
Christian  name  stands  as  Ev. 

Granville  Piper.  JH.  15  July,  1693  (fil.  Gr.  P.  gen.  set.  17). 
received  as  (ft.  7  July,  1693,  restored  30  Sept.  1695. 


John  Kelly.     fH.  (Colly)  15  July,  1693  (gen.  fil.). 
received  as  (ft.  7  July,  1693,  restored  22  January, 

Peter  Thompson.  fH.  15  July,  1693  (fil.  Petri  Thompson 
cler.  set.  18).  OT.JH.  received  as  OL  14  July,  1693,  taken 
up  for  Battels  21  January,  I7#f,  replaced  19  Oct. 
1710,  restored  by  Bursar  Whaley.  B.A.  (Thomson) 
20  May,  1697.  B.C.L.  5  Dec.  1710. 

Thomas  Welham.  fH.  19  Oct.  1693  (fil.  Thomse  Welham 
de  Londin.,  gen.  set.  18).  CT.fH.  received  as  (ft.  7  Oct. 
1693,  restored  28  Dec.  1694.  B.A.  (Merton)  21  Oct. 
1697.  B.C.L.  2  July,  1700.  D.C.L.  8  July,  1704. 

Edward  Cresset,  ffl.  9  Nov.  1693  (fil.  Roberti  Cresset  de 
Glimpton,  Oxon.,  arm.  set.  15).  C.fH.  received  as  Jf.<&. 
6  Nov.  1693,  restored  18  April,  1698. 


382  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1693. 

Francis  Farnaby.  fH.  23  Nov.  1C93  (fil.  Francisci  Farnaby 
de  Levenock,  ?  Sevenoaks,  Cantise.  gen.  set.  17).  C.JH. 
received  as  (ft.  28  August,  1693,  restored  26  August, 
1695. 

A  student  of  Lincoln's  Inn,  obiit  vita  patris.  He  was  great- 
grandson  of  the  celebrated  schoolmaster  Thomas  Farnaby,  who 
purchased  the  estate  of  Kepington  in  Sevenoaks.  ( Hasted,  I 
351.) 

Thomas  Acland.  fft.  23  Nov.  1693  (fil.  Hugonis  Acland 
de  Killerton,  Devon,  Baronetti,  set.  16).  (STJK.  received 
as  (ft.  9  Oct.  1693,  restored  (no  date). 

Third  son  of  Sir  Hugh  Acland,  Bt.,  of  Columb-John.  He  is 
said  (Boase,  p.  85),  to  have  £H.  again  at  Exeter,  9  July,  1696. 
Elected  $.  of  Exeter,  1  July,  1696.  B.A.  6  July,  1699  (but  ?  ?). 
M.A.  13  May,  1702.  Rector  of  Nympton  George  ;  Vicar  of 
Brent ;  Preb.  of  Exeter,  13  Aug.  1713:  died  1735. 

Richard  Cooper,  fa.  18  Dec.  1693  (fil.  Richardi  Cooper  de 
Newbery,  Bercher,  gen.  aet.  17).  &.JH.  received  as  (ft. 
14  Dec.  1693,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker,  8  Feb.  B.A. 
9  July,  1697. 

William  Merrifield.  f&.  (Merefield)  14  Feb.  16ff  (fil. 
Roberti  Merrifield  de  Wolmersham,  Somerset,  gen.  aet 
16).  C.Jft.  received  as  (ft.  16ff,  restored  30  August 
1698. 

Adam  Abraham,  ffi.  14  Feb.  16ff  (fil.  Johannis  Abra- 
ham de  Puckington,  Somerset,  gen.  aet.  16).  ®.fH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  16ff ,  restored  August,  1701.  B.A.  14  Oct. 
1697.  M.A.  1  June,  1700. 

At  Winsham,  Somerset : 

Here  lies  the  body  of 

Adam  Abraham 

Of  Purtington,  Gent,  M.A. 

Of  Wadham  College,  Oxon, 

Who  departed  this  life 

Sept.  12,  1709. 


1693-94.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  383 

Thomas  Pool.  ftf.  14  Feb.  IGjHr  (til.  Joliannis  Pool  de 
Hill, Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  OLfft.  received  as  (St.  16|J, 
restored  19  Nov.  1698. 

John  Quintin.  m.  27  Feb.  16ff  (fil.  Edvardi  Quintin  de 
Norvic :  Civit.  pauperis  set.  18).  &.JH.  received  as  Ser- 
vitor 16ff,  restored  22  May,  1696. 

Entered  Cains  College,  Cambridge,  1696.     B.A.  1697. 

John  French.  M.  13  March,  16ff  (fil.  Thomse  French  de 
Southly,  Devon,  cler.  set.  16).  (JLfft.  received  as  (ft. 
10  March,  16ff,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard.  B.A. 
14  Oct.  1697.  M.A.  1  June,  1700. 

Hern  Harrison,  ffi.  24  March,  16fJ  (cler.  fil.  set.  17). 
£.£H.  received  as  (£.  3  May,  1694,  restored  22  January, 
1695.  Admitted  £.  1695.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner, 
1697  and  1698.  B.A.  14  Oct.  1697.  M.A.  1  June, 
1700.  Admitted  Jf.  1701,  his  name  occurs  in  the 
Bursar's  Accounts  as  Jf.  up  to  Mids.  1714.  He  was 
elected  Bursar  in  1706,  1709,  1711,  1712,  and  Sub- 
Warden  in  1707. 


1694. 

Dennis  Steukley.  C.fH.  received  as  .jF.OL  29  March,  1694, 
restored  19  Dec.  1695. 

John  Nichols.  <E.f«.  received  as  JF.<E.  July,  1694,  paid 
over  by  Bursar  Tilly. 

John  Dickens.  CT.fH.  received  as  OL  25  July,  1694, 
restored  by  Bursar  Gerard. 

Thomas  Read.  C.ilE.  received  as  (ft.  25  July,  1694, 
restored  by  Bursar  White.  B.A.  6  May,  1698.  M.A. 
20  Feb.  1700. 

William  Burscough.  (!r,£H.  received  as  <E.  25  Sept.  1694, 
restored  29  Oct.  1695.  Elected  S.  1695.  Made  the 


384  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1694. 

Goodridge  Obit  speech  1698.  B.A.  14  May,  1696. 
M.A.  2  March,  1698.  B.  and  D.D.  12  March,  1715. 
Elected  JF,  1699  :  and  his  name  appears  in  the  Bursar's 
Accounts  till  1719.  He  appears  to  have  been  elected 
Bursar  in  1716  and  1718.  He  presented  books  to 
Bodley.  (Hearne,  27  Dec.  1710.) 

Samuel  Taylor.  <£.JH.  received  as  (£.  14  March,  16f  £ 
restored  by  Bursar  Gerard.  B.A.  15  Oct.  1698.  M.A 
9  July,  1701. 


William  Leir.  M.  29  March,  1694  (fil.  Thomse  Leir  de 
Charlton,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  19).  (£.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
30  March,  1694,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker.  B.A. 
14  Oct.  1697.  M.A.  1  June,  1700.  He  appears  in  the 
Bursar's  Accounts  as  (ftljaplaitt  1699  and  1700. 

Kector  of  Charlton  Musgrove  6  Aug.  1713,  where  lie  is  buried 
with  this  inscription : 

In  hopes  of  a  Blessed  Kesurrection 

Underneath  lieth  the  Body  of 

The  Kev.  William  Leir,  late 

Kector  of  this  Parish,  who  died 

March  ye  25th,  1743 

Aged  67. 

Edward  Lawrence.  M.  29  March,  1694  (fil.  Edvardi 
Lawrence  de  Blanford,  Dorcestr.,  gen.  set.  17).  (£JH. 
received  as  (ft.  23  March,  16ff,  restored  13  Aug.  1697. 
Elected  &  1696.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1697.  B.A. 
29  Nov.  1697. 

William  Long.  ilfl.  9  June,  1694  (fil.  Georgii  Long  de 
Downside,  Somerset,  arm.  adi.  15).  C.fH.  received  as 
Jf.Gt.  7  June,  1694,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker. 

Robert  Dickens,  ffl.  (Dickings)  9  June,  1694  (fil.  Roberti 
Dickens  de  Londin.,  gen.  get.  15).  C.JH.  received  as  (ft. 
7  June,  1694,  restored  9  Sept.  1698. 


1694.J  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  385 

Norton  Harrison.  IB.  "in  vacatione"  1694  (fil.  Francisci 
Harrison  de  Londin.,  arm.  set.  18). 

Nathaniel  Whaley.  m.  Mich.  Term  1694  (fil.  Nathanielis 
Whaley  de  Broughton,  Northampton,  cler.  set.  17).  <E.fH. 
received  as  (ft.  25  Sept.  1694,  restored  31  Dec.  1696. 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1695  and  1696.  Elected  ~. 
1696.  B.A.  28  June,  1698.  M.A.  9  July,  1701. 
Elected  Jf.  1700  (as  he  had  six  quarters'  arrears  due  to 
him  Lady  Day,  1702).  He  appears  to  have  remained 
dF.  till  1715.  He  was  elected  Sub-Warden,  1709  and 
1710,  and  Bursar  in  1712-13.  Hearne  mentions  that 
he  preached  at  St.  Mary's  on  30  January,  I7f£,  ap- 
parently a  Tory  sermon,  but  on  10  May,  1710  he  has  a 
less  favourable  notice  of  him. 

Son  of  Nathaniel  Whaley  1654,  baptised  at  Broughton  9  May, 
1677. 

William  Cart.  M.  Mich.  Term  1694  (fil.  Georgii  Cart  de 
Londin.,  gen.  set.  16).  &.£H.  received  as  (ft.  25  Sept. 
1694,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard. 

John  Strode.  fH.  10  Nov.  1694  (fil.  Edvardi  Strode  de 
Downside,  Somerset,  arm.  set.  19).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
25  Sept.  1694,  restored  18  June,  1697. 

He  was  the  third  son  by  Joan  Gonning,  and  grandson  of  Joan 
heiress  of  the  Barnards  of  Downside. 

James  Parsons.  fH.  10  Nov.  1694  (fil.  Thomse  Parsons  de 
civ.  Hereford,  pauperis  set.  18).  <£JH.  received  as  Ser- 
vitor 25  Sept.  1694,  taken  up  for  Battels  28  July,  1698. 

George  Chadwick.  f&.  29  Nov.  1694  (fil.  Thorns  Chad- 
wick  de  Arnold,  Nottingham,  pleb.  set.  18).  (£.fH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  (James  C.)  25  Sept.  1694,  taken  up  for 
Battels  21  Jan.  I7gf. 

Nathaniel  Quarme.  ffi.  29  Nov.  1694  (fil.  Robert! 
Quarme  de  Creed,  Cornub.  pleb.  set.  17).  (JLfH.  received 
as  Servitor,  25  Sept.  1694,  restored  7  April,  1701.  B.A. 
(New  Inn  Hall)  10  April,  1701. 

The  Quarme  family  was  placed  at  Nancor  in  Creed,  Cornwall. 

C   C 


386  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1694. 

Edward  Dackomb.  fft.  19  Feb.  16f£  (fil.  Edwardi  Dac- 
komb  de  Cork  i.e.  Corfe  Castle  in  Ins.  Purbeck,  gen.  set. 
17).  €M.  received  as  (St.  11  Feb.  16f±,  restored  by 
Bursar  Gerard.  Elected  £.  1695.  B.A.  28  Nov.  1698. 
M.A.  9  July,  1701.  Elected  JR.  1699,  and  his  name 
continues  to  occur  in  the  Bursar's  Accounts  till  1705. 

He  was  son  of  Edward  Dackomb  1658  :  he  took  orders  and 
died,  "s.p.  ante  2  Sept.  1719." 


Richard  Gilbert,  ffl.  19  Feb.  16f  f-  (fil.  Samuelis  Gilbert 
de  Bridgerule,  Cornub.  gen.  a3t.  17).  CTJH.  received  as 
OL  4  Feb.  16ff,  taken  up  to  pay  'Battels  1  Jan.  16ff. 
Possibly  a  stone  in  the  Chapel  marked  R.G.  1695,  refers 
to  him. 


Edmund  Denton.  ffl.  21  Feb.  16|f  (fil.  Alexandri 
Denton  de  Ilsdown  i.e.  Hillesdon,  Buck.,  set.  16). 
&.M.  as  JfM.  25  Sept.  1694,  restored  18  June 
1697. 

Created  Baronet  1699.    He  died  4th  and  was  buried  llth  May, 
1714,  at  Hillesdon,  where  in  the  Chancel,  on  a  large  black 
marble  slab  is  the  following  inscription  : 
Edmundus  Denton  Baronettus 

Filius  natu  maximus 
Alex.  Denton  de  Hillesdon  Armigeri 

Et  Estherse  Uxoris  ejus 
FilisB  unicaB  et  Hseredis  Nicholai  Herman 

De  Middleton  Stoney 
In  Agro  Oxon.  Armigeri 

Obijt  quarto  die  Maij  MDCCXIV 
Anno  setatis  tricesimo  octavo. 

Matthew  Nicholas.  fa.  11  March,  16ff  (fil.  Matthsei 
Nicholas  de  Tillingdon,  ?  Hillingdon,  Middlesex,  gen.  set. 
18).  <&M.  received  as  Servitor  same  day,  restored 
25  March  1696.  He  was  elected  OHer1*  in  1696  and 
continued  till  1698.  B.A.  15  Oct.  1698.  M.A.  9  July, 
1701.  He  increased  his  (E.fH.  on  17  May  169—?  and  it 
was  finally  restored  15  July,  1701. 


1694-95.] 


WARDEN     DUNSTER. 


387 


William  Bendle.  ffl.  (Bendell)  11  March,  ICjIj-  ffil. 
Richard!  Bendell  de  Broaditch,  Devon,  pauperis  set.  17). 
<£.fa.  received  as  Servitor  (Biridle)  7  March,  16f|,  re- 
stored by  Bursar  Doyley,  13  May,—.  B.A.  4  Feb.  1698. 


John  Morton,  fa.  16  March,  16ff  (pauperis  fil.).  £.fa. 
received  as  (ft.  14  March,  16  ff,  restored  by  Bursar 
Doyley,  15  June,  —  . 

William  Hussey.  fa.  16  March,  16f  J  (pauperis  fil).  (Lift. 
received  as  (!L  14  March,  16f|,  restored  by  Bursar 
Baker.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1696.  Elected  £. 
1697.  B.A.  15  Oct.  1698.  M.A.  9  July,  1701.  His 
name  ceases  to  appear  in  the  Accounts  in  1703. 

Probably  Rector  of  Combhay,  Somerset,  15  June,  1702. 


Thomas  Watts.     fa.  16  March,  16f|  (pauperis  fiL). 
received   as  Servitor   21   March,   16f|.     B.A.  25 
1698. 


Nov. 


1695. 

Thomas  Kenn.  <2Lfa.  received  as  (&.  26  June,  1695, 
restored  28  July,  1698.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1696 
and  1697. 


William  Palmer,  fa.  22  June,  1695  (fil.  Johannis  Palmer 
de  Shipton-under-Witchwood,  Oxon,  cler.  aet.  16).  C.fH. 
received  as  (ft.  6  April,  1696,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard, 
18  Dec.  — .  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1696,  1697,  1698, 
1699.  B.A.  25  May,  1699. 

Joseph  Trapp.  fH.  11  July,  1695  (fil.  Joseph!  Trapp  de 
Cherrington,  Gloucestr.  cler.  set.  15).  C.fft.  received  as 
OT.  10  Dec.  1695,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard.  Elected  £. 
1696.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1695,  and  as  g>.  1698, 
1699  and  1700.  B.A.  22  April,  1699.  M.A.  19  May, 
1702.  Elected  JF.  (probably)  1703.  Proproctor  1709-10. 
A  MS.  note  in  the  Bursar's  Book  states  that  "  he  left  the 


888  WARDEN     DUNSTER  [1695. 

Society  in  1712,"  but  his  name  appears  in  the  Accounts 
till  1715.  In  1708  he  was  elected  Professor  of  Poetry 
on  the  foundation  of  that  Chair,  which  office  he  held  till 
1718.  On  Feb.  1, 1727  he  was  created  D.D.  by  Diploma. 

In  1710  he  was  appointed  Lecturer  at  Newington,  Surrey,  and 
in  1711  Chaplain  to  Sir  Constantine  PMpps,  Lord  Chancellor 
of  Ireland.  (Hearne).  Kector  of  Harlington,  Middlesex,  1732 
— 1747  :  died  1747,  and  was  buried  at  Harlington,  where  there 
is  the  following  inscription  : 

Near  this  place  are  deposited  the  remains  of  the  Reverend 
Joseph  Trapp,  D.D.,  late  Rector  of  this  parish,  who  departed 
this  life,  22  Nov.  A.D.  1747,  set.  suse  67. 

Death,  Judgment,  Heaven,  and  Hell,  think,  Christian,  think  1 
You  stand  on  vast  Eternity's  dread  brink. 
Faith  and  Repentance,  Piety  and  Prayer, 
Despise  this  world,  the  next  be  all  your  care. 
Thus  while  my  tomb  the  solemn  silence  breaks, 
And  to  the  eye  this  cold  dumb  marble  speaks  ; 
Tho'  dead  I  preach  :  if  e'er  with  ill  success, 
Living  I  strove  th'  important  truths  to  press, 
Your  precious,  your  immortal  souls  to  save 
Hear  me  at  least,  0  hear  me,  in  the  grave. 

He  wrote  a  poem  in  Latin  Hexameters,  Fraus  Nummi 
Anglici  anno  1696.  (Musse  Anglic.,  II.  166.)  Also  ^Edes 
BadmintoniancR  1701.  A  Prologue  to  the  University  of  Oxon, 
spoken  at  the  Act  1703.  Hearne  also  mentions  that  he  was 
requested  to  write  Encomiastical  Verses  on  Spanheim's  de 
Nummin.  He  published  A  bra  Mule,  or,  Lore  and  Empire,  in 
1703  :  also  a  sermon  on  The  Mischiefs  of  Changes  in  Govern- 
ment, 1706,  and  a  translation  of  Virgil's  Poems.  His  portrait 
hangs  in  the  College  Hall. 


Josiah  Haddock,  m.  10  Oct.  1695  (fil.  Jos.  Haddock  de 
Aisby,  Leicester,  gen.  set.  18). 

Thomas  Crosby,  fft.  22  Nov.  1695  (fil.  Zacharise  Crosby 
de  Laxfield.,  Suffolc,  pauperis  aet.  15).  C.fft.  received  as 
Servitor  24  Sept.  1695,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard  B  A 
21  June,  1699. 


1695.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  389 

John  Traherne.  fH.  22  Nov.  1695  (fil.  Edvardi  Traherne 
de  Londin.,  gen.  set.  17).  (JT.fH.  received  as  (ft.  31  Oct. 
1695,  taken  up  for  Battels  21  Jan,  I7#f.  B.A.  6  July, 
1699. 

William  Breton.  fm.  17  Dec.  1695  (fil.  Gulielmi  Breton 
de  Londin.,  pleb.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  as  Servitor 
7  Nov.  1695,  taken  up  for  Battels  21  Jan. 


John  Pitt.  m>  11  Feb.  16f  §-  (fil.  Johannis  Pitt  de  Bland- 
ford,  Dorcestr.,  gen.  set.  16).  <£.fH.  received  as  (ft.  restored 
by  Bursar  Gerard.  Elected  £>.  1696,  Goodridge  Exhi- 
bitioner 1696.  He  made  the  Goodridge  Obit  speech 
1697.  B.A.  17  Oct.  1699.  M.A.  5  June,  1702.  He 
was  elected  Jf.  in  1703  or  1704  but  his  name  does  not 
appear  after  1706. 


Kector  of  Stratfield  Turgis  14  Jan.  17f§  ;  his  successor  was 
inducted  25  April,  1717  ;  Rector  of  Cheselborne,  Dorset, 
1  March,  1715;  Rector  of  Binghams  Melcombe  1723:  died 
1733,  and  was  buried  at  Blanford. 

John  Wyndham.  fH.  11  Feb.  16ff  (fil.  Johannis  Wynd- 
ham  de  Sarisburia,  Wilton,  gen.  set.  16).  CJffiU  received 
as  JfM.  21  January,  16ff  ,  restored  27  March,  1698. 

He  was  eldest  surviving  son  of  John  Wyndham  of  Norrington, 
1663,  and  brother  of  Thomas  Lord  Wyndham  1698,  and  was 
probably  the  Mr.  John  Wyndham  who  contributed  ten  guineas 
to  the  repair  of  the  Eastern  Window  in  1742. 

John  Paine,  m.  11  Feb.  16ff  (fil.  Arthuri  Paine  de  Al- 
lington,  Dorcestr.  gen.  ast.  16).  C.JH.  received  as  (ft. 
25  January,  16ff,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Baker.  B.A. 
(Payne)  17  Oct.  1699.  M.A.  27  June,  1702. 

Nicholas  Baker.  JH.  11  Feb.  16ff  (fil.  Gulielmi  Baker  de 
Ilton,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  16).  (5T.IH.  received  as  (ft. 
6  April,  1696,  restored  to  William  Baker  10  March,  16ff  . 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1697,  1698,  1699,  1700  and 
1701.  Elected  £.1698.  B.A.  17  Oct.  1699.  M.A.  5  June, 


390  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1695. 

1702.     Elected1  JF.  1704,  but  his  name  does  not  appear 

after  1706. 

Probably  Rector  of  Chiselboro',  Somerset,  28  Aug.  1704,  till 
his  death  in  1749.  Father  of  Nicolas  Baker  1737.  There  is 
also  Nicholas  Baker,  Rector  of  Broad  Windsor  19  Dec.  1724  : 
he  died  about  Feb.  1747. 

Ralph  Egerton.  ffl.  (Eggeden)  11  Feb.  16ff  (fil.  Kadulphi 
Eggeden  de  Allington,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  16).  CJflL 
received  as  <£.  6  April,  1696,  restored  5  Dec.  1711.  B.A. 

(Eggerton)  17  Oct.  1699. 

Eggerdon  of  Askerswell  is  a  Dorsetshire  family. 

John  Coomb,  m.  11  Feb.  16f£  (fil.  Elias  Coomb  de  Cruck- 
horne  i.e.  Crewkerne,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  <E.  6  April,  1696,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker. 
Elected  £>.  1697.  B.A.  17  Oct.  1699.  M.A.  5  June, 
1702.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1703  and  1705.  Elected 
3f.  1705  ;  his  name  continues  to  occur  till  1717 ;  in  1715 
he  received  three  years  arrears.  He  was  elected  Bursar 
in  1711,  1714  and  1716,  and  Sub- Warden  in  1713  and 
1715.  On  27  May,  1720,  a  note  occurs  in  the  Conven- 
tion Book  respecting  his  debt  to  the  College. 

John  Rowse.  fH.  16  Feb.  16f|-  (fil.  Oliveri  Rowse  of 
Hatherleigh,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  19).  C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  22  January,  16f|-,  restored  11  Sept.  1702. 
B.A.  17  Oct.  1699. 

Edward  Underbill,  m.  26  Feb.  16f|  (fil.  Edvardi  Under- 
bill de  Broadway,  Vigorn.  cler.  set.  15).  C.fH.  received 
as  (£.  6  April,  1696,  restored  by  Bursar  Dennett.  Good- 
ridsje  Exhibitioner  1696,  1697,  1698.  B.A.  15  Dec. 
1699. 


1696.1 


WARDEN     DUNSTER. 


391 


1696. 

Thomas  Whistler.  Elected  &.  1696.  B.A.  15  Oct.  1698. 
M.A.  5  May,  1702.  Elected  $.  apparently  in  1703. 
Elected  Sub- Wan  I  en  1711.  Bursar  1713.  He  appears 
as  Senior  jf.  in  1719,  in  which  year  he  receives  his  last 
Stipend. 


Garston.     C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  last  half  of  1696,  re- 
stored by  Bursar  Gerard. 

William  Henley.     £.£H.  received  as  OL  16|f£,  taken  up  for 
Battels,  21  Jan.  I7f|. 

William  Toogood.     &.fft.  received  as  (£.  16|f,  paid  over 
to  the  Manciple  15  March,  — . 


Daniel  Hyde.  M.  31  March,  1696  (fil.  Nicolai  Hyde  de 
civ.  Exiter.,  Devon,  gen.  a3t.  18).  CLfH.  received  as  <&. 
6  April,  1696,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker.  B.A.  15  Dec. 
1699.  M.A.  27  June,  1702. 

One  Daniel  Hyde  became  Vicar  of  Barn  staple  28  Oct.  1704, 
and  died  24  Dec.  1709. 

Henry  Sallow,  ffl.  31  March  1696  (fil.  Gulielmi  Ballow 
de  Candervill,  ?  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.j!H.  received 
as  Or.  6  April,  1696,  restored  14  June,  1699. 

Francis  T  ice.  £H.  31  March,  1696  (fil  Francisci  Tice  de 
Hatch,  Somerset,  pauperis  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  ?  6  April,  1696,  received  as  (ff.  when  B.A. 
5  April  1700,  restored  28  Oct.  1704.  B.A.  24  Oct.  1699. 
M.A.  27  June,  1702. 

John  Tucker,  fa.  2  April,  1696  (fil.  Francisci  Tucker  de 
Bridge  water,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  15).  (£.iH.  received  as 
((L  25  March,  1696,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker.  Good- 


392  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [16»(J. 

ridge  Exhibitioner,  1698.  Elected  St.  1699.  B.A. 
8  Feb.  1699.  He  ceases  to  appear  as  «§»  in  the  Accounts 
of  1703. 

William  Easton.  fa.'  (Easter)  2  April,  1696  (fil.  Robert! 
Easton  de  Mary  Stoak  sic,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  18). 
C.fB.  received  as  Servitor  ?  6  April,  1696,  taken  up  for 
Battels  3  Jan.  1699.  B.A.  17  Oct.  1699. 

John  Coffin,  m.  2  April,  1696  (fil.  Richardi  Coffin  de 
Portlege,  Devon,  arm.  ast.  16).  <£.ffi.  received  as  jF.(tT, 
25  March,  1696,  taken  up  for  Battels  1  July,  1699. 

He  must  have  died  childless,  as  Portledge  passed  on  the  death 
of  Richard,  the  last  male,  apparently  brother  of  the  above,  to 
the  Bennetts,  and  eventually  to  the  Pines. 

William  Foden.  f&.  3  April,  1696  (fil.  Edvardi  Foden  de 
Banbury,  Oxon,  gen.  set.  17).  (£.£H.  received  as  (ft. 
6  April,  1696,  restored  by  Bursar  Whiting  2  July,  — . 

Thomas  Chowne.  fH.  13  May,  1696  (fil.  Thomas  Chowne 
de  Arson  ?  Suffolc,  arm.  set.  17).  <£.fH.  received  as  JfM. 
6  April,  1696,  restored  28  March,  1699. 

This  would  seem  to  be  Thomas,  son  of  Thomas  Chowne  of 
Alfriston,  Sussex  (not  Suffolk),  born  22  April,  1679,  died 
16  Sept.  1724,  aged  45;  in  whose  descendants  the  Chowne  family 
continued  to  the  present  century.  (Berry.) 

John  Lacon.  JH.  20  May,  1696  (fil.  Johannis  Lacon  de 
West  Coppin,  Salop,  gen.  set.  15).  (£.JH.  received  as 
6  April  1696,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Willet. 

Richard  Watts.  f&.  28  May,  1696  (fil.  Richardi  Watts  de 
Carlington,  Somerset,  gen.  33 1.  17).  (£.fH.  received  as 
dt.  6  April,  1696,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker  to  Nich. 
Watts,  on  29  Feb. 

Probably  son  of  Eichard  Watts  16ff. 

John  Aiscough.  £H.  28  May,  1696  (fil.  Thorns  Aiscough 
de  Tame,  Oxon,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.fH  received  as  (2L 
6  April,  1696,  paid  over  31  July,  1697. 


1696.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  39? 

Marian  Feaver.  fH,  in  vacatione,  1696  (fil.  Mar.  Feaver  de 
Evershot,  Dorcestr.  pauperis  set.  18).  (£.i!H.  received  as 
Servitor  early  in  1606,  restored  24  March,  1700.  B.A, 
(Marrian  F.)  of  Balliol,  13  May,  1700. 

Marian  Feaver,  senior,  clerk,  was  buried  at  Evershot  1748'.. 

John  Harrington,  fft.  17  June,  1696  (fil.  Johannis  Har- 
rington de  Kelston,  i.e.  Kelweston,  Somerset,  gen.  a3t. 
17).  C.fH.  received  (Harringdon)  as  (ft.  latter  half  of 
1696,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard. 

One  John  Harrington  was  buried  at  Kelweston  in  1700. 

George  Carew.  JH.  7  July,  1696  (fil.  Georgii  Carew  de- 
Londin.,  Middlesex,. gen.  aet.  16).  <£.JH.  received  as  (ft. 
latter  half  of  1696,  and  restored  by  Bursar  W.  Baker 
14  January,  — .  Elected  <§»  1697  ;  apparently  he  ceased 
to  be  a  JJu  in  1701  without  graduating. 

His  Pedigree  by  which  he  claimed  Founder's  Kin  is  preserved 
in  the  College  Archives,  showing  that  he  was  the  third  son  of 
George  Carew,  a  Turkey  merchant,  and  great-grandson  of  Sir 
John  Wyndham,  nephew  of  the  Founder  through  his  daughter 
Margery,  who  married  Thomas  Carew  of  Crowcombe. 

Thomas  Weedon.  fE.  7  July,  1696  (fil.  Thomas  Weedon 
de  Wiggenton,  Hereford,  gen.  aet.  16).  CJtt.  received  as 
<*L  latter  half  of  1696,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard 
18  Feb.  — .  Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1698  and  1699. 
Elected  &.  1699.  B.A.  12  July,  1700.  His  name  only 
appears  in  the  Accounts  for  1700. 

Giles  Strangways.  fH.  in  vacatione  1696  (fil.  ThomaB 
Strangways  de  Melbury,  Dorcestr.  arm.  sdt.  18).  C.fH. 
received  as  JfM.  the  last  quarter  of  1696,  restored 
9  July,  1698. 

He  was  son  of  Thomas  Strangways  1660,  born  1677,  and  died 
1698. 

Richard  Lewindon.  ffl.  6  Feb.  16ff-  (fil.  Kichardi  Lewin- 
don  de  Fuscott,  Bercher.  gen.  aet.  15).  (£.£H.  received  as 
4L  16|-f-,  restored  3  July,  1697. 


394  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1696-97. 

Gary  Bowcher.  £H.  (Boucheir)  15  March,  16ff-  (fil.  Jo- 
hannis  Boucheir  de  Pitcombe,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  16), 
&M.  received  as  (&.  first  half  of  1697,  restored  27  Dec. 
1698.  Elected  &•  1698.  B.A.  (Charles  Boucher) 
20  Feb.  1700.  He  received  his  last  stipend  Midsummer, 
1701. 

Thomas  Gibbons,  ffli.  (Gibson)  15  March,  16ff  (fil. 
Thomse  Gibson  de  Loridin.,  arm.  set.  16.)  (£.fH.  received 
in  first  half  of  1697,  taken  up  for  Battels  31  Jan.  I7#f 

Roger  Woodcock,  m.  23  March,  16ff-  (fil.  Rogeri  Wood- 
cock de  Chelford,  Essex,  gen.  set.  17).  C.i!H.  received  as 
OT.  first  half  of  1697,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker. 

Thomas  Powell.  fft.  23  March,  16ff  (fil.  Thomas  Powell 
be  Thornfaulton  i.e.  Thorn-falcon,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set. 
17).  &M.  received  as  Servitor  first  half  of  1697,  re- 
stored 12  April,  1698. 


1697. 

Robert  (?)  Clarke.  Admission  Fee  received  (Dominus 
Clarke)  13  Nov.  1697.  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  13  Nov.  1697. 
M.A.  (Wadh.)  25  June,  1698.  OMjaplain  1697—1699. 

Thomas  Creech.  Admission  Fee  received  16  Feb.  16f|-. 
B.A.  27  June,  1701. 


Patience  Ward.  IB.  14  April,  1697  (fil.  Thomas  Ward  de 
Londin.,  arm.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  first  half  of 
1697,  restored  2  Oct.  1699. 

Doddington  Grevil.  £H.  18  April,  1697  (fil.  Baronis  de 
Brook,  set.  17).  C.ffl.  received  as  JF.OL  16£f,  restored 
24  Jan.  1698. 

Third  son  of  Fulke,  fifth  Lord  Brook  :  he  died  urmiarritd  at 
Bath  in  1738. 


1697.]  WARDEN    DUNSTER.  395 

William  Aish.  ffl.  20  May,  1697  (fil.  Gulielmi  Aish  de 
"  Seberaugh,"  i.e.  Seaburrow,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  16). 
(£.fH.  received  as  Servitor  16f-f,  restored  by  Bursar 
Tilly:  again  received  in  the  first  half  of  1701,  restored 
by  Bursar  Baker.  Elected  (Elerfc  1698  till  1700.  B.A. 
20  Feb.  1700.  M.A.  3  July,  1704. 

Brother  of  Fidelia  Aish  1703.     Vicar  of  Way  ford,  Somerset, 

21  March,  1711,  died  1725. 

Ellis  Veryard.  £H.  20  May,  1697  (fil.  Andreae  Veryard  de 
St.  Decumans,  Somerset,  cler.  03 1.  17). 

Maurice  Berkeley.  m.  15  June,  1697  (fil.  Edvardi 
Berkeley  de  Pull,  Somerset,  arm.  set.  16).  (£4H.  received 
as  JF.OL  first  half  of  1697,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard. 
In  the  Bursar's  Accounts  1721 — 22  there  is  a  note  of  a 
legacy  of  twenty  guineas  from  Maurice  Berkeley,  Esq., 
to  the  Fellows'  Library. 

Apparently  second  son,  but  his  elder  brother  Edward  died 
young  :  he  died  s.p.  1717,  and  was  succeeded  by  his  brother 
William,  see  1698,  and  1703. 

Francis  Gregory.  £H.  23  June,  1697  (fil.  Francisci  Gregory 
de  Hambleden,  Buck.  cler.  get.  16).  Admission  Fee  re- 
ceived in  the  first  half  of  1697.  Apparently  he  became 
OL  of  Ch.  Ch.  30  June,  1698.  B.A.  (Ch.  Ch.)  26  Nov. 
1701.  M.A.  1  April,  1704. 

The  father  had  been  usher  of  Westminster  under  Dr.  Busby, 

and  died  Rector  of  Hambleden  in  1707. 

Henry  Langton.  fft.  26  June,  1697  (fil.  Josephi  Langton 
de  Newton  Park,  Somerset,  arm.  get.  18).  d.fH.  received 
(Lancton)  as  $.<&.  first  half  of  1697,  restored  by 
Bursar  Pitt. 

William  Gostwick.  iH.  26  June,  1697  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Gostwick  de  Harden,  Hartford,  Baronetti,  ast.  18). 

He  must  have  died  before  his  father,  as  Sir  William  Gostwick 
of  Willington,  Beds.,  was  succeeded  by  his  grandson  William 
in  1723  :  but  his  only  son  (ob.  v.  p.)  is  said  to  have  been  named 
John.  Bctliam  allow*  him  a  son  named  William,  but  says  that 
he  died  an  infant, 


396  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1697. 

William  Harrison.  f&.  13  July,  1697  (fil.  Richardi 
Harrison  de  Civ.  Hartford,  arm.  set.  17).  Admission  Fee 
received  same  day. 

Thomas  Church,  ffl.  13  July,  1697  (fil.  Thomas  Church 
de  Civ.  Hereford,  pleb.  set.  18).  Admission  Fee  received 
20  July,  1697.  Elected  g>.  1699,  and  retained  his  £>. 
till  1705.  B.A.  23  Oct.  1701.  M.A.  8  April,  1704. 

John  Willis,  m.  4  Nov.  1697  (fil.  Henrici  Willis  de 
Blandford  St.  Mary,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  18).  Admission 
Fee  received  same  day. 

Charles  Penry.      fH.    17  Nov.  1697    (fil.  Rice  Penry  de 

Brecknock,    gen.    set.    16).  Admission   Fee   received 
13  Nov.  1697. 

He  appears  to  have  died  s.p.m.  (Jones,  II.  2,  672.) 

John  Colinge.  fH.  13  Jan.  16-jj-f-  (fil.  Benjamim  Colinge, 
Londin.,  gen.  set.  17).  Admission  Fee  received  in  the 
first  half  of  1698.  B.A.  4  Dec.  1701.  M.A.  (New) 
19  April,  1705. 

Francis  Harison.  ffl.  3  Feb.  16fJ  (fil.  Gulielmi  Harison 
de  ?  Hurst,  Bercher.  Doctoris,  set.  15). 

John  French,  fft.  3  Feb.  16£J-  (fil.  Johannis  French  de 
Crookhorne,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18).  B.A.  14  Oct. 
1701. 

John  French,  junior,  B.A.,  was  Vicar  of  Ilton,  Somerset, 
20  Sept.  1708,  and  it  is  recorded  in  the  Register  that  "John 
French  ncker  of  ye  parish  of  Elton,  was  buried  ye  18th  day  of 
Jan.,  1730." 

John  Knott.  fH.  21  March,  16f|-  (fil.  Thomas  Knott  de 
Stickland,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  16).  Admission  Fee  re- 
ceived 21  March,  16ff  Admitted  £>.  1699.  B.A. 
23  Oct.  1701.  M.A.  27  June,  1704.  Admitted  JF. 
?  1707 :  he  held  his  JF.  till  Midsummer  1714. 


1607-98.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  397 

William  Burrough.  JH.  21  March,  16||  (fil.  W.  B.  de 
Chenys,  Buck.  cler.  set.  17).  Admission  Fee  received 
(Burrow)  24  March,  16f|-.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner 
1700,  1701.  Elected  g>.  1701.  B.A.  14  Feb.  1701. 
He  was  elected  Jf.  in  1711  or  1712  :  he  received  the 
Michaelmas  stipend  in  1712. 

Brother  of  St.  John  Burrough  17§f.  Lipscomb  who  gives  the 
name  as  Burroughs,  makes  one  William  Burroughs,  Hector 
of  Chenies  from  1704  to  1749. 


1698. 

(Nicholas)  Braman.  (ftjaplain  1698.  Probably  Nicholas 
Braman,  B.A.  of  Magd.  Hall,  17  Oct.  1695.  M.A.  4  July, 
1698.  He  received  his  stipend  as  Chaplain  up  to  1711. 


William  Porter.  Admission  Fee  of  Ds.  Porter  received 
7  June,  1698.  B.A.  (Trinity)  18  Nov.  1697.  M.A. 
(Wadh.)  1  June,  1700. 

George  Farewell.  Admission  Fee  received  5  Dec.  1698. 
B.A.  (Wadh.)  12  June,  1700. 

Probably  George  Farewell,  Vicar  of  South  Cadbury,  Somerset,. 
30  April,  1709  ;  Prebendary  of  Wedruore  Quinta  (Wells) 
28  March,  1709  :  died  6  April,  1717,  and  is  buried  at  South 
Cadbury  with  this  monument : 

Georgius  Farewell,  A.M.,  Thomse  Farewell  armigeri  de  Hole- 
brook  films,  ecclesiaecathedralisWellensisprebeiidarius,Vindelis 
ethujus  rector  ac  pro  diocesi  episcopatus  ejusdem  in  comitiorum> 
sacrorum  senatu  ordinis  clericalis  suffragio  imanimo  procura- 
torum  unus  cooptatus,  quo  munere  integerrime  meruit  fidaei 
Christianse  vere  Catholicae  Anglia  exculptse  strenuus  assertor  ;: 
eousque  donee  variolis  pessimi  moris  correptus  naturae  mulctam 
exsolvit,  non  sibi  sed  amicis  devulsus ;  quippe  invictus  virtutis 
satelles  singulis  vitoo  partibus  enituit,  uxori  deamanti  indulgens 
liberis  placidus  servis  lenis  proximis  facilis  et  benignus  tecta 
eibumque  hospitibus  dedit  cimcta  humanitatis  officia  studiose- 
preostitit,  immo  quasi  debitum  persolvit  Qitem  omnes  quibuscum 


398  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1698. 

ei  intercessit  consuetude  meritiesime  pro  ejus  eximia  suavitate 
benevolentia  animitus  complexerunt  surreptum  luxerunt  fama 
cum  halitu  non  peritura. 

Anna  conjux  pietatis  erga  msestissime  hoc  tanti  promeriti 
monumentum  extruxit  terris  avulsi  Apr.  6,  Anno  ^Erae 
Christianse  1717,  setatis  41. 

And  on  a  slab  : 

Georgius  Farewell,  A.M.,  concionibus  disertus  vita  edocens 
cujus  prsestantiam  monnmentum  prope  erectum  angustius 
Buggerit 

Hie  sepultus  est  1717. 


Thomas  Wood.  f&.  7  April,  1698  (fil.  Thomae  Wood  de 
Littleton,  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  17).  Admission  Fee  re- 
ceived 9  April. 

John  Wilson.  f&.  7  April,  1698  (fil.  Hugonis  Wilson  de 
Treveglos,  Mong.  cler.  set.  16).  Admission  Fee  received 
1  March,  16  JJ. 

Possibly  of  Treneglos  in  Montgomery. 

Jenkin  Price.  £H.  7  April,  1698  (fil.  Johamris  Price  de 
Brecknock,  gen.  set.  16).  Admission  Fee  received 
31  March,  1698. 

Daniel  Phillips.  £H.  7  April,  1698  (fil.  D.  P.  de  Dessert, 
Radnor,  pleb.  set.  19). 

Edward  Bennett.  £H.  7  April,  1698  (fil.  E.  B.  de  Treve- 
glos, Mong.  pleb.  set.  19).  &.fH.  received  as  Servitor, 
5  March,  16ff,  restored  4  July,  1718.  His  Admission 
Fee  was  originally  paid  as  (ft.  by  mistake  1  March,  16-jj- 1- , 
and  was  restored  the  same  day  to  John  Ellis  of  Jesus. 

William  Radford.  fH.  7  April,  1698  (fil.  Gulielmi  Rad- 
ford  de  Marksbury,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  17).  Elected 
<£lcrfc  1698.  He  appears  as  Clerk  in  1701.  B.A. 
25  Oct.  1701. 


1698.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  399 

Francis  Warre.  fH.  7  April,  1698  (fil.  Henrici  Warre  de 
Cheddon,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  17).  Admission  Fee  re- 
ceived 14  April,  1698.  B.A.  14  Oct.  1701. 

Vicar  of  Cheddon  9  Oct.  1706,  succeeding  Ms  father  after  an 

interval  of  four  years. 

Balwin    Mallet.      fH.  14   April,    1698   (fil.  B.  M.   de    St. 
Audery,    Somerset,  arm.  set.   16).     Admitted  at  Exeter 
25  March,  1700  of  St.  Audre,  Somerset;  his  name  was 
removed  30  Aug.  1702.    B.A.  (Baldwin  Malet  of  Exeter) 
31  Oct.  1703.     M.A.  (Baldwin  Chald)  10  July,  1708. 
Rector  of  Streat,  Somerset,  31  May,  1718  ;  Vicar  of  Doulting, 
1  May,  1735  :  he  signs  for  the  last  time  as  Vicar  of  Streat, 
13  June,  1751. 

Robert  Winne.  Jft.  16  April,  1698  (fil.  Roberti  Winne 
de  Londin.,  gen.  set.  18).  Admission  Fee  received 
19  April,  1698;  part  of  his  C.fH.  as  Jf.<&.  received 
17  Feb.  ±%U>  taken  UP  12  Oct.  1722. 


Henry   March.     JH.  16  April,  1698  (fil.  Francisci  March  de 
Londin.,  gen.  set.  16).      Admission  Fee  received  28  Feb. 


Giles  Frampton.  m.  17  May,  1698  (fi.  ^Egidii  Frampton 
de  Ramston,  i.e.  Frampton,  Dorcestr.  arm.  set.  16). 

Probably  Giles,   eldest  son  of  Giles  Frampton  of   Buckland 
Ripers,  who  died  unmarried. 

William  Phelps.  f&.  4  June,  1698  (fil.  Gulielmi  Phelps 
de  Civ.  Gloc.  pleb.  aet.  18). 

Aaron  Baker.  fH.  June,  1698  (fil.  A.  B.  de  Alvington, 
Devon,  cler.  set.  15).  Admission  Fee  received  10  June, 
1698.  Elected  £.  1702.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1702 
and  1703.  B.A.  14  Feb.  1701.  M.A.  23  Oct.  1704.  He 
appears  to  have  remained  &.  till  1707. 

Son  of  Aaron  Baker  16$£,  and  brother  of  John  Baker  1707, 
and  Anthonv  Baker  1715. 


400  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1697 

Humphry  Bishoppe.  ffl.  9  June,  1698  (fil.  Johannis 
Bishoppe  de  Shaftesbury,  Dorcestr.  arm.  set.  17). 

Son  of  John  Bishop  1668.  A  member  of  the  Middle  Temple  : 
buried  at  Salisbury.  (Hutchins,  II.  738.) 

"William  Berkeley.  fH.  2  July,  1698  (fil.  Edvardi  Berkeley 
de  Pull,  Somerset,  arm.  get.  17). 

Apparently  third  son :  brother  of  Maurice  Berkeley  1697  : 
eventually  took  the  name  of  Portman  on  succeeding  to  the 
estates  at  Orchard  Portman,  and  was  direct  ancestor  of  the 
present  Viscount  Portman.  See  also  1703. 

Roger  Grabham.  fH.  4  July,  1698  (fil.  R  G.  de  "  Decke- 
mans,"  Somerset,  cler.  ast.  16).  Admission  Fee  received 
7  July,  1698. 

William  Higgins.  flj.  4  July,  1698  (fil.  Thomse  Higgins 
de  Ditchett,  Somerset,  pauperis,  set.  18).  (J.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  21  Feb.  16-JMh  restored  by  Bursar  Pitt.  B.A. 
(Magd.  Hall)  21  May,  1702. 

Vicar  of  Worle,  Somerset,  24  April,  1706.  He  was  buried  at 
Ditcheat  17  Sept.  1712,  and  on  the  same  day  his  son  William 
was  buried  :  his  wife  Eleanor  following  on  4  Oct.  1712. 

Thomas  Paine.  fH.  21  July,  1698  (fil.  Thornae  Paine  de 
Plymouth,  gen.  set.  16).  Admission  Fee  received  5  Aug. 
1698.  Elected  g>.  1702.  B.A.  29  Oct.  1702.  M.A. 
20  Feb.  1704.  His  &.  was  paid  up  to  Mids.  1705. 

Abraham  Gapper.  Jft.  9  Nov.  1698  (fil.  A.  G.  de  Beeston, 
Somerset,  gen.  set.  18.)  Admission  Fee  received  26  Sep. 
1698. 

One  Abraham  Gapper,  Serjeant-at-Law,  was  buried  at  Win- 
canton  23  May,  1753.  Brother  of  Henry  Gapper  17g|. 

Thomas  Wyndham.      flj.  (Windham)  19  Nov.  1698  (fil. 

Johannis  Windham  de  Salisbury,  Wilton,  arm.  set.  16)- 

He  was  second  son  of  John  Wyndham  1663,  and  grandson  of  Sir 

Wadham  Wyndham  1626,  and  brother  of  John  Wyndham  1695. 

He  was  afterwards  of  Lincoln's  Inn.     He  eventually  became 


1698.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  401 

Lord  Chancellor  of  Ireland,  and  Lord  Wyndham  of  Finglass, 
and  died  14  Nov.  1745,  aged  64,  and  was  buried  in  Salisbury 
Cathedral,  where  the  inscription  on  his  monument  gives  a 
record  of  his  life  as  follows  : 

"Here  lyeth  the  body  of  Thomas  Lord  Wyndham,  Baron 
Wyndham  of  Finglass,  in  the  Kingdom  of  Ireland,  youngest 
son  of  John  Wyndham  of  Norrington  in  this  County  Esquire. 
He  was  educated  in  the  School  of  the  Canons  of  this  Close, 
from  whence  he  went  in  1698  to  Wadham  College  in  the 
University  of  Oxford.  He  removed  from  thence  to  Lincoln's 
Inn,  and  was  there  called  to  the  Degree  of  Barrister  at  Law  in 
1705.  In  the  year  1724  his  Majestic  King  George  I.  was 
pleased  to  appoint  him  Chief  Justice  of  the  Court  of  Common 
Pleas  in  Ireland,  where  he  sate  two  years.  In  Dec.  1726 
he  was  advanced  to  the  office  of  Lord  High  Chancellor  of 
Ireland,  and  constituted  one  of  the  Lords  Justici-s  of  that 
Kingdom,  into  which  last  office  he  was  sworn  eight  several 
times.  On  the  demise  of  King  George  I.  his  Majestie  King 
George  II.  renewed  his  Commission  of  Lord  High  Chancellor, 
and  in  September,  1731,  in  consideration  of  his  diligent  and 
faithfull  services  was  pleased  to  create  him  a  Baron  of  the 
Kingdom  of  Ireland.  He  presided  in  six  sessions  of  Parlia- 
ment  as  Speaker  of  the  House  of  Lords  of  Ireland,  where 
there  is  a  Session  but  once  in  two  years.  In  April,  1739,  he 
sate  as  Lord  High  Steward  on  the  trial  of  Lord  Barry  of  Sautry 
(?  Stantry),  being  the  first  Lord  High  Steward  that  ever  was 
appointed  in  that  kingdom.  In  Sept.  1739,  he  resigned  his 
offices  at  his  own  request  on  account  of  an  ill  state  of  health 
contracted  by  a  too  intent  and  too  long  application  to  the 
great  variety  of  business  he  had  been  engaged  in.  He  was  a 
Member  of  the  Established  Church,  a  strenuous  assertor  of 
lawi'ull  liberty,  a  zealous  promoter  of  justice,  a  dutifull  subject, 
and  a  kind  relation.  He  was  born  on  27 ih  day  of  December, 
1681  :  he  died  on  24th  day  of  November,  1745." 
On  a  flat  stone  below  is  the  following  : 
Here  lyeth 
The  body  of 
The  Right  Honourable 
Thomas  Lord  Wyndham 
Baron  Wyndham  of  Finglass 
In  the  Kingdom  of  Ireland, 

D   D 


402  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1698. 

Who  departed  this  life 
On  the  24th  day  of  November, 


of 

He  contributed  ten  guineas  to  the  repair  of  the  Eastern 
Window  of  the  Chapel  in  1742.  He  was  a  great  benefactor  to 
the  College  :  on  7  May,  1746,  his  Executors  received  releases 
for  two  sums  of  £500  and  ,£2,000  :  and  on  24  April,  1747,  it 
was  resolved  that  the  former  sum  should  be  expended  "in 
building  partition  walls,  three  on  each  side,  to  include  the 
chambers  of  each  staircase  between  two  such  walls.  Two  to 
be  built  first  for  an  experiment,  one  at  the  side  of  the  Warden's 
parlor  next  the  gate,  another  at  the  end  of  his  lodging  next  the 
Chapel."  But  on  6  April,  1753,  the  building  of  farther  par- 
tition walls  was  deferred,  and  the  expenses  of  improving  the 
garden,  building  the  walls,  cleaning  pictures,  &c.,  were  ordered 
to  be  charged  against  the  money  bequeathed  by  Lord  Wyndham 
for  adorning  the  College.  His  portrait  hangs  in  the  College  Hall. 

Joseph  Wall.  &.  6  Dec.  1698  (fil.  J.  W.  de  Milton,  Wil- 
ton, cler.  set.  15).  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  15  Feb. 
if<ro->  restored  by  Bursar  Pitt,  again  received  from  Sir  J. 
Wall  as  Servitor  19  Feb.  1  7^  f  ,  restored  19  Feb.  1718. 
He  appears  as  (BUerfc  for  a  short  time  in  1703.  B.A. 
22  Feb.  1702. 

Francis  Popham.  f«.  13  Dec.  1698  (fil.  Alexandri  Pop- 
ham  de  Presbury,  Gloucestr.  gen.  set.  16).  Admission 
Fee  received  5  Dec.  1698. 

Apparently  son  of  A.  Popham  of  Littlecott  and  Hound  street, 
married  Ann,  daughter  of  Alex.  Popham  of  Bourton,  Gloc.  : 
died  23  Sept.  1735,  and  was  buried  at  Chilton-foliot. 

Amhurst  Buckeridge.     fft.  28  Feb.  16ff  (fil/Ric.  ?  Nic. 

Buckeridge  de  West  Ham,  Essex,  cler.  set.  17).      CLfff. 

received  as  (*L  20  Feb.  16|-f,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker. 

B.A.  (St.  John's)  18  Dec.  1704.  M.A.  23  March,  1707. 
Amhurst  Buckeridge  fil.  Nicolai  Buckeridge,  Eectoris  de  Brad- 
well  juxta  mare,  Essex.  Etonse  educatus,  primo  matric.  in 
Coll.  Wadham  :  deinde  electus  Fundatoris  consanguineus  in 
hoc  (i.e.  St.  Johannis)  Coll.  Collector  quadrigesimalis  junior. 
Obiit  2  Martii,  1709,  et  sepultus  e&t  in  eccl.de  West  Ham. 
^Kawlinson.) 


1698-99.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  403 

Richard  Norris.  M.  2  March,  16ff  (fil.  K.  N.  de  Broad 
Winser,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  16).  (E.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
22  Feb.  16-°-f ,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard.  B.A.  13  Oct. 
1702.  M.A.  21  June,  1705. 

Rector  of  Swell,  Somerset,  30  Nov.  171^,  and  Vicar  of  Five- 
head,  Somerset,  30  Dec.  1716  :  buried  at  Swell  30  Sept.  1733. 

Thomas  Cogan.  £H.  20  March,  16ff  (fil.  Johannis  Cogan 
de  Kington,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
OL  14  Feb.  16ff,  restored  by  Bursar  Pitt. 

James  Collins.  fH.  20  March,  16ff,  (fil.  Edvardi  Collins 
de  WiJscombe,  Somerset,  gen.  a3t.  16).  (£JH.  received 
as  OL  24  Feb.  16ff,  taken  up  for  Battels  4  July,  1708. 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1699  and  1701.  B.A.  6  Nov. 
1702. 

William  Bull.  fH.  20  March,  16f  f  (fil.  Gulielmi  Bull  de 
Warnton,  Oxon,  gen.  set.  15).  C.Jft.  received  (William 
Treadwell  Bull),  as  «L  9  March,  16ff,  and  paid  "to  the 
manciple  for  the  butcher  by  Henry  Edwards."  B.A. 
13  Oct.  1702.  M.A.  21  June,  1705. 

1699. 

Leonard  Cozens.  CLJH.  received  as  Servitor  24  Feb.  1699, 
restored,  by  Bursar  Pitt. 

William  Collier.  C.ffl.  received  as  OL  last  half  of  1699^ 
restored  18  July,  1709.  B.A.  3  Feb.  1702. 

William  Higgs.  C.ffl.  received  as  OL  2  Oct.  1699,  restored 
by  Bursar  Gerard  23  Dec.  — .  Goodridge  Exhibitioner 
1698,  and  as  Scholar  1701  and  1702.  Elected  £.  1700 : 
and  his  name  appears  till  Midsummer  1705.  B.A.  20 
Feb.  1700.  M.A.  8  May,  1703. 


Thomas  Girdler.  £H.  1  April,  1699  (fil.  Josephi  Girdler 
de  Londin.,  gen.  set.  15).  (jLiiH.  received  as  (jfL  same 
day,  restored  15  Oct.  1703.  Elected  £.  1703.  B.A. 
17  Dec.  1703.  M.A.  2  July,  1705.  B.D.  2  July,  1714. 
D.D.  11  July,  1719.  Elected  $.  1707  :  he  was  second 

D  D  2 


404  WARDEN   DUNSTER.  [1699. 

Jf.  in  1719.  He  was  elected  Sub-Warden  in  1714,  and 
Bursar  in  1715,  1717,  1718.  Junior  Proctor  1711,  when 
Hearne  describes  him  as  "a  young  but  honest  man" 
(2  Feb.  1711). 

Andrew  Jones.  ift.  1  April,  1699  (fil.  Jeff.  Jones  de  Ken- 
church,  Hereford,  pleb.  set.  16).  &M.  received  as 
Servitor  16ff,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard.  B.A. 
15  March,  I70i\ 

Thomas  Drant.  ffi.  25  May,  1699  (fil.  Richardi  Drant  de 
Melbury  Osbourne,  i.e.  Osmund,  Dorset,  pleb.  set.  19). 
(C.JH.  received  as  Servitor  15  May,  1699,  restored  by 
Bursar  Pitt. 

Thomas  Allen.  fH.  5  July,  1699  (fil.  T.  A.  Oxon, 
pleb.  a3t.  16).  C.ffl.  received  2  Oct.  1699,  taken  up  for 
Battels  by  Bursar  Gerard,  replaced  15  March,  17J4, 
restored  about  the  same  time.  B.A.  2  July,  1705.  One 
of  this  name  was  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1707. 

Thomas  Kirby.  fH.  10  Nov.  1699  (fil.  Roberti  Kirby  de 
King  Sutton,  Northampton,  pauperis,  set.  16).  <£.£ff. 
received  as  Servitor  24  Oct.  1699,  restored  by  Bursar 
Baker.  B.A.  24  March,  1703. 

Thomas  Kirby,  Vicar  of  King's  Sutton,  1710  :  buried  there 

13  Feb.  17if. 

James  Willoughby.  fH.  1  Dec.  1699  (fil.  Gulielmi  Wil- 
loughby  de  Lirarick,  sic,  Hibern.  pleb.  set.  16).  Elected 
OHerfe  1701,  and  paid  till  the  end  of  1703.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1701,  1702,  1703.  B.A.  (John  Willoughby 
of  Wadham)  26  Feb.  1703. 


Thomas  Chantrell.  fH.  28  Feb.  -}•££#  (fil.  Hugonis 
Chantrell  de  Londin.,  gen.  set.  18).  &.JBL  received  as 
OL  15  Feb.  ff-££,  restored  428  March,  1704.  B.A. 
26  Oct.  1703.  Ds.  Chantrell  replaced  a  part  of  his 
C.fH.  14  May,  1711,  which  was  restored  by  A.  Baker. 

Samuel  Lisle.     fflL  4  March,  ff££  (fil.  Richardi  Lisle  de 


1699.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  405 

Blandford,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  ns  (j£. 
15  Feb.  if  J£,  restored  by  Bursar  Dennet  6  Oct.  — . 
Admitted  g>.  1701.  B.A.  23  Oct.  1703,  M.A.  10  June, 
1706.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1707.  Elected  dF.  1707  : 
he  was  a  JF.  still  in  1720.  Elected  Bursar  1719.  On 
the  22  March,  I7ff,  he  was  elected  5J2Harfcm :  and  ob- 
tained his  B.D.  and  D.D.  by  Diploma  10  April,  1739. 
He  resigned  the  Wardenship  in  1744. 

Chaplain  of  the  Levant  Company  at  Smyrna  1710 — 171(5,  at 
Aleppo  1716 — 1719.  Appointed  Chaplain  to  Thomas  Lord 
Onslow,  7  March,  1720.  On  26  Oct.  following,  he  was  insti- 
tuted to  the  rectory  of  Holwell,  Beds.  On  20  Feb.  17f  ^  he  was 
instituted  to  the  rectory  of  Tooting,  Surrey.  At  midsummer 
1721  he  was  presented  by  King  George  I.  to  the  Rectory  of 
St.  Mary-le-Bow,  to  which  he  was  instituted  10  July  following. 
In  Nov.  the  same  year  (1721),  he  was  taken  by  Dr.  Wake, 
Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  to  be  one  of  his  Grace's  Chaplains, 
and  in  Jan.  following  was  by  him  created  D.D.  On  Sept.  1, 1724, 
he  was  promoted  by  his  Grace  to  the  Archdeaconry  of  Canter- 
bury ;  Prebendary  of  Canterbury  6  Aug.  1728.  In  1729  he 
was  presented  to  the  vicarage  of  Norcholt,  or  Northolt,  Middle- 
sex, when  he  resigned  the  living  of  Tooting.  In  1723  he  was 
appointed  by  the  Upper  House,  Deputy  Prolocutor  of  the 
Lower  House  of  Convocation,  and  in  the  next  Convocation  was 
elected  (31  Jan.  1734)  Prolocutor  of  the  Lower  House,  and 
again  2  Dec.  1741,  On  1  April,  1744,  he  was  consecrated  to 
the  Bishopric  of  St.  Asaph  when  he  resigned  his  Wardenship, 
and  held  in  commendam  the  Archdeaconry  of  Canterbury,  and 
the  Vicarage  of  Norcholt.  On  17  March,  17  J|,  he  was  trans- 
lated to  the  See  of  Norwich,  and  quitted  the  Archdeaconry  of 
Canterbury,  still  holding  the  vicarage  of  Norcholt  in  com- 
mendam. On  the  4th  of  March,  17f|,  he  nominated  Henry 
Shove  as  the  first  recipient  of  the  Soinerscales  Exhibition  to 
last  for  four  years  from  the  Feast  of  the  Annunciation.  He 
died  Oct.  1749.  His  portrait  hangs  in  the  College  Hall. 

G-eorge  Case.  £H.  4  March,  |f»£  (til.  G.  C.  "ut  supra"  i.e. 
?  de  Blandford,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  17).  C.jjft.  received  as 
4L  15  Feb.  -J--f#£,  restored  4  July,  1708  (but  by  Bursar 
Girdler,  therefore  ?  1718).  B.A.  17  Dec.  1703. 

One   George   Case    was   Rector   of   North    Barrow,  Somerset, 
23  Sept.  1706. 


400  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1699-1700. 


Sydenham  Thornhill.  ffi.  20  March,  •}£#£  (fil.  Eoberti 
Thornhill  de  Woolau,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  17).  &.M.  re- 
ceived as  <ft.  18  March,  £f##,  taken  up  for  Battels  by 
Bursar  Gerard  22  July,  —  . 

Second  son  of  R.  Thornhill  of  Woolland,  hy  Francis,  daughter 
of  William  Sydenham  of  Wynford  Eagle  :  he  was  apparently 
dead  (s.p.)  in  1721,  when  there  is  a  Sydenham  Thornhill  buried 
in  the  church  at  Woolland. 


Thomas  Palmer,  fft.  23  March,  $$%%  (fil.  Thorn  se  Palmer 
de  Broad  Winser,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  16).  <£.ffl.  received 
as  Servitor  same  day,  restored  4  April,  1704.  B.A. 
24  March,  1703. 


1700. 

Heliar.  One  of  this  name  appears  as  (Chaplain  in  the 
Accounts  of  1700  :  probably  John  Heliar  fft.  at  Oriel, 
3  Jan.  16-H-  (fil.  Andreas  Heliar  de  Sarum,  Wilton 
pauperis,  set.  17).  B.A.  16  July,  1698. 

The  Rev.  John  Hellier  was  appointed  Vicar  of  Batheaston, 
Somerset,  in  the  latter  part  of  the  year  1706.  He  died  in  1716, 
and  a  mural  monument  was  erected  to  his  memory  on  the  out- 
side of  the  South  Wall  of  the  Chancel  with  the  following 
inscription  : 

Near  this  place  lies  interred  the  body  of  John  Hellier,  late 
Vicar  of  this  Parish,  who  departed  this  life  the  first  day  of 
February. 

AnnoP°mini1716 
(  ^Etatis  37. 

He  left  by  Will  the  interest  of  one  hundred  and  twenty  pounds 
for  ever  for  teaching  poor  children  of  the  parish  to  read,  write, 
cast  accounts,  and  to  instruct  them  in  the  knowledge  and 
practise  of  the  Christian  religion  as  professed  and  taught  in 
the  Church  of  England.  The  righteous  shall  be  had  in  ever- 
lasting Remembrance. 

James  Chetham.     £H.  18  April,  1700  (fil.  Georgii  Chatham 
de  Manchester,  Lancastr.  gen.  set.  17).    (£.fH.  received  as 


1700.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER  407 

OL  31  March,  1700,  increased  to  dF.OL  16  Aug.  1700, 
restored  by  Bursar  Pitt. 

Eusebius  Baker.  fH.  13  May,  1700  (fil.  Jacobi  Baker  de 
Ilton,  Somerset,  cler.  ast.  18).  (£.fH.  received  as  Servitor 
22  April,  1700,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker. 

John  Moor.  fH.  13  May,  1700  (fil.  Johannis  Moor  de 
Newington  Green,  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  19).  C.ffl.  re- 
ceived as  Jf.(&.  17  Nov.  1699,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker. 

John  Baker.  £H.  24  May,  1700  (fil.  J.  B.  de  Trull,  Somerset, 
gen.  set.  16).  CJflL  received  as  OL  7  Feb.  16g|,  taken 
up  "  to  discharge  part  of  the  turnover  1702  by  Robert 
Thistlethwayte  12  Oct.  1722."  Baker  was  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1700.  ?  B.A.  20  Oct.  1701. 

Hugh  Briggs.  f«.  17  Dec.  1700  (fil.  Humphredi  Briggs  de 
Salisbury,  Wilton,  Baronetti,  set.  16).  <£.fH.  received  as 
OL  7  Dec.  1700,  taken  up  for  Battels  19  May,  1720. 

His  mother  was  Barbara,  daughter  of  Sir  "Wadham  Wyndham  : 
he  succeeded  his  brother  Humphrey  8  Dec.  1734,  and  died  un- 
married 27  Oct.  1767,  when  the  dignity  became  extinct. 


Simon  A'Deane.  fH.  14  Jan.  17{ft  (fil.  S.  A'D.  de  Chenton, 
Hampton.,  arm.  set.  16).  CJS.  received  as  JfM.  first 
half  of  1701,  restored  18  Oct.  1703. 

Richard  Tyler.  £«.  14  Jan.  I7gf  (fil.  Francisci  Tyler  de 
Whitchurch,  Hereford.,  cler.  aet.  16).  C.iH.  received  as 
OT.  first  half  of  1701,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Gerard. 
B.A.  7  Dec,  1704. 

John  Owsley.  ffl.  14  Jan.  I7£f  (fil.  Roberti  Owsley  de 
South  Petherton,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  16).  (Lfft.  received 
as  (ft.  first  half  of  1701,  taken  up  "to  discharge  part  of 
the  turn  over  1702  by  Robert  Thistlethwayte  12  Oct. 
1722."  B.A.  19  May,  1705. 

Vicar  of  Whitelackington,  Somerset  6  Sept.  1720,  where  he 
was  buried  18  March,  1757,  aged  78. 


408  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1700-01. 


John  Briscoe.  fH.  27  Jan.  17££  (fil.  Gulielmi  Briscoe  de 
London  coin.  Hartf.,  gen.  set.  16).  Part  of  his  <£.fft.  was 
received  in  first  half  of  1701,  restored  19  Sept.  1702. 

St.  John  Burrough.  fflL  27  Jan.  l7|Hr  (fil.  Gulielmi  Bur- 
rough  de  Chenis,  sic,  Buck.,  cler.  set.  15).  C.fft. 
received  as  (ft.  first  half  of  1701,  restored  by  Bursar 
Baker.  B.A.  20  Feb.  1704.  M.A.  25  June,  1707. 

Brother  of  Willicam  Burrough  16§£. 

17O1. 

Rogers.  C.fgl.  received  as  (ft.  in  the  first  half  of  1701 
restored  8  Aug.,  1701. 


Bernard  Mould.  £.£H.  received  as  (ft.  8  July,  1701, 
restored  by  Bursar  Eyans.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1701, 
1702.  Admitted  S.  1703.  B.A.  4  July,  1704.  M.A. 
29  April,  1707.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1707,  1708, 
1709,  1710.  Admitted  Jf.  (probably)  in  1711  :  he  held 
his  Fellowship  certainly  in  1720. 

Hody.     on.fH.  received  as  (St.  1701,  restored  7  Aug.— 


Hugh  Pomeroy.     $&.  12  April,  1701  (fil.  Valent.  Pomeroy 
de  Harberton,  Devon,  gen.  ast.  17).    C.ffl.  received  as  (ft 
the  first  half  of  1701. 

Brother  of  Valentine  Pomroy  1703. 

Samuel  Seward.  fSL  12  April,  1701  (fil.  Ambrosii  Seward  de 
Dulis,  i.e.  Dewhsh,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  17).  &JK.  received 
as  (ft.  in  the  first  half  of  1701,  restored  14  Dec.,  1704. 
B.A.  (Magd.  Hall)  20  Feb.,  1704. 

Probably  Vicar  .of  Sutton  Bingham,  Somerset,  5  March,  1708. 

Isaac  Jordon.  |H.  12  April,  1701  (fil.  Edmundi  Jordon  de 
Highfield,  Sussex,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  the 
first  half  of  1701. 

There  is  an  estate  called  Jordan?  at  1  field  in  Sussex. 


1701.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  400 

Thomas  Mills.     fH.  12  April,  1701    (fil.  Georgii  Mills  de 
Rusper,  Salop  ?  gen.  set.  15).     (£.£K.  received  as  (ft.  first 
half  of  1701,  restored  15  Nov.,  1704. 
Ruspar  is  in  Sussex. 

John  Busby,  fa.  31  May,  1701  (fil.  Gulielmi  Busby  de 
Marsh,  Buck.,  arm.  set.  16). 

John  Lamb.  fH.  2  June,  1701  (fil.  Henrici  Lambe  de 
Londin.,  arm.  set.  18).  C.ffl.  received  as  JfM.  in  the 
first  half  of  1701,  restored  by  Bursar  Eyans. 

John  Galpine.  fH.  4  June,  1701  (fil.  Roberti  Galpine  de 
East  Mean,  Hampton,  pleb.  set.  18).  (£JH.  received  as 
Servitor  the  first  half  of  1701,  taken  up  "to  discharge 
part  of  the  turnover  of  1705  by  Rob.  Thisthlethwayte, 
12  Oct.  1722."  B.A.  7  March,  1704. 

Joseph  Morgan.  JH.  5  June,  1701  (fil.  Rees  Morgan  de 
Kingston,  Hereford,  pauperis,  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  in  the  first  half  of  1701,  restored  by  Bursar 
Gerard. 

Richard  Humfry.  m.  27  June,  1701  (fil.  Richardi  Humfry 
de  Londin.,  gen.  set.  17).  £.fH.  received  as  <£.  the 
first  half  of  1701,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1701,  1702.  Admitted  OL  of  Ch.  Oh.  14 
July,  1703.  B.A.  (Humfrey)  of  Ch.  Ch.  18  May,  1705. 
M.A.  14  June,  1708. 

William  Lany.  fH.  8  July,  1701  (fil.  Benjamini  Lany  de 
Londin.,  gen.  set.  17).  (E.lfl.  received  as  <£.  in  the  first 
half  of  1701,  restored  18  Jan.,  17g-f.  Admitted  £. 
(Laney)  1702.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1703,  1704. 
B.A.  26  April,  1705.  He  did  not  receive  his  stipend 
as  £.  1704. 

Matthew  Stent.  £H.  10  Oct.  1701  (fil.  Josephi  Stent  de 
Londin.,  gen.  set.  19).  (C.fflL  received  as  <£.  the  latter 
half  of  1701,  restored  25  June,  1706.  B.A.  21  June, 
1705.  M.A.  17  May,  1708.  OTijaplam  1707—1717. 


410  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1701. 

William  Batemann.  fH.  23  Oct.  1701  (fil.  Edmundi 
Bateman  de  Northampton,  gen.  set.  15).  (ST.fH.  received 
as  <£.  the  latter  half  of  1701,  restored  11  Dec.  1704. 

Richard  Aldworth.  f».  10  Dec.  1701  (fil.  R.  A.  de  Stan- 
leigh,  i.e.  Stanlake,  Bercher.,  arm.  set.  16).  C.fB.  received 
as  (£.  3  Feb.  17^4,  restored  by  Bursar  Pitt. 

He  married  Catherine  Neville  (died  1720),  and  died  May  1738, 
leaving  a  son  Richard  Neville  Aldworth,  .who  assumed  the 
name  of  Neville,  and  became  the  ancestor  of  Lord  Braybrooke. 

Henry  Gapper.  fH.  18  Feb.  17°^  (fil.  Abraham  Gapper  de 
Brum,  ?  Brewham,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  <£.f®L 
received  as  <£.  20  Feb.  17^>  Paid  over  by  Bursar  Baker. 
B.A.  12  Nov.  1705.  M.A.  14  June,  1708. 

Vicar  of  East  Pennard,  Somerset,  25  June,  1709 ;  resigned 
1713  ;  Vicar  of  Pitminster  17  Sept.  1713 ;  Vicar  of  Buckland 
Mary,  7  May,  1732  ;  died  about  1764  ;  brother  of  Abraham 
Gapper  1698. 

William  Sainsbury.  f&.  4  March,  17^  (fil.  G.  S.  de 
Lavington,  Wilton,  gen.  set.  16).  (£JH.  received  as  (ft. 
7  March,  17^,  restored  1  Feb.  1703.  Admitted  £>.  1703. 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1706.  B.A.  12  Nov.  1705. 

Vicar  of  Beckington,  Somerset,  19  Dec.  1709  :  died  about  1731. 

Ezra  Watson.  fH.  17  March,  I7£i  (fil.  E.  W.  de  Mil- 
bourn  St.  Andrew,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  18).  <£.fft. 
received  as  Servitor  "same  day,  taken  up  to  pay  Battels 
by  Bursar  Baker.  Appointed  OTletfe  1704. 

John  Cobb.  fH.  17  March,  17%$  (fil.  J.  C.  de  Haselbury 
Bryen,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  18).  £.i!H.  received  as  <£.  19 
Feb.  I7gi.  B.A.  13  July,  1706. 

Samuel  Clarke,  ffi.  17  March,  I7£i  (fil.  Gulielmi  Clarke 
de  Blandford,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  aet.  18).  (£Jft.  received  as 
Servitor,  7  March,  I7#i  restored  27  April,  1714.  B.A. 
30  Oct.  1705. 

Samuel  Clarke  was  presented  to  the  Rectory  of  Buckhorn 
Western,  14  Aug.  1723,  and  died  1761. 


1701-02.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  411 

On  a  marble  monument  against  the  North  Wall  of  the 
Chancel : — 

Underneath  lieth  the  body  of  the  Kev.  Samuel  Clark,  to 
whose  pious  memory  the  monument  on  the  North  Wall  is 
erected : 

J.  S.  (sic) 

The  body  of  the  Kev.  Mr.  Samuel  Clark 

Hector  of  this  church  38  years 

Obiit  Jan.  15,  A.D.  1761 

set  76. 

His  prudent  economy  enabled  him  to  do  frequent  acts  of 
kindness  and  charity  to  his  neighbours  and  relations  in  his 
lifetime,  and  leave  'em  handsome  legacies  at  his  decease. 
Revdus  Kichardus  Clark  A.M.  Heres  hoc  marmor  fratris 
memorise  sacrum  quodamodo  gratus  posuit  A.D.  1762. 


1702. 


Mr.  Thomas  Gale.  €.fH.  received  as  (ft.  1  April,  1702, 
restored  by  Bursar  Gerard. 

Fisher  Littleton.  C.fH.  received  as  OL  17  Sept.  1702,  restored 
by  Bursar  White  ;  replaced  24  Sept.  1703,  restored  by 
Bursar  Eyans.  Elected  $.  of  All  Souls,  from  the  County 
of  Middlesex,  1703.  B.A.  (All  Souls),  9  Dec.  1703. 
M.A.  29  Oct.  1709. 


James  Amyatt.  fft.  25  March,  1702  (fil.  Johannis  Amyatt 
de  Anton  Gifford,  Devon  cler.  set.  16).  (JT.fH.  received 
as  OT.  25  April,  1702,  restored  6  April,  1704.  Admitted 
5.  1703.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1705.  B.A.  12  Nov. 
1705.  M.A.  20  June,  1710.  He  remained  a  £.  till 
1711  or  1712. 


Samuel  Moore.  fH.  25  March,  1702  (fil.  Johannis  Moore 
de  Londin.,  arm.  a?t.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  $.(&.  27 
March,  1702,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Ridgway. 


412  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1702. 

Robert  Pitt.  fH.  5  May,  1702  (fil.  Thorns  Pitt  de  Londin., 
arm.  ait.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  OL  13  April,  1702, 
restored  by  Bursar  Baker. 

Robert  Pitt,  son  of  T.  Pitt,  became  a  Master  in  Chancery. 

Humphry  Howorth.  fH.  13  May,  1702  (fil.  Edvardi 
Ho  worth  de  Cabal!  in,  Radn.,  arm.  set.  17).  (£.fH.  received 
as  (£.12  May,  1702  taken  up  to  pay  Battels  by  Bursar 
Girdler. 

John  Fox.  fH.  13  May,  1702  (fil.  J.  F.  de  Whiston  Stafford., 
pleb.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  2  July,  restored 
6  Nov.  — .  B.A.  (New  Inn  Hall)  14  Feb.  1705. 

James  Bond.  fH.  21  May,  1702  (fil.  Johannis  Bond  de 
Earth,  Cornub.,  arm.  set.  18).  (JLfH.  received  as  (ft. 
23  April,  1702,  restored  6  April,  1704. 

Clement  Wakelin.  fH.  5  June,  1702  (fil.  C.  W.  de  Londin., 
gen.  set.  16).  OD.fH.  received  as  OL  2  July,  1702,  taken 
up  by  Robt.  Thistlethwayte  to  discharge  part  of  the 
turnover  of  1707  on  12  Aug.  1722.  B.A.  28  June, 
1706. 

Caleb  Cook.     fH.  11  June,   1702    (fil.  C.  C.  de  Milbourn 

Port,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  18).  &.fH.  received  as  Servitor, 
2  July  1702,  restored  26  Oct.  — .  B.A.  (All  Souls), 
May  9,  1706. 

Thomas  Eyans.  fH.  11  June,  1702  (fil.  Antonii  Eyans  de 
Bagbrook,  Oxon  ,  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  <£. 
23  June,  1702.  restored  by  Bursar  Eyans.  Admitted 
5.  1703.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1704,  1705.  Ap- 
parently he  remained  &.  till  1707.  B.A.  22  April,  1706. 

Brother  of  John  Eyans  16ff . 

Richard  Saunders.  fH.  15  Oct.  1702  (fil.  R  S.  de  Ather- 
ton,  Warwic,  cler.  get.  17).  B.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall) 
4  July,  1706. 


1702.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  413 

George  Deane.  fa.  19  Nov.  17U2  (fil.  G.  D.  de  South 
Molton,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
16  Nov.  1702,  restored  by  Bursar  White,  20  Dec.  — . 
B.A.  25  June,  1706. 

John  Heighe.  fa.  10  Dec.  1702  (fil.  Edvardi  Heighe  de 
Kensington,  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  19).  d.fH.  received  as 
4L  15  March,  I7£f,  restored  8  Nov.  1712.  B.C.L. 
(Heighes),  2  July,  1709. 

John  French,  fa.  22  Feb.  I7£f  (fil.  J.  F.  de  Chard, 
Somerset,  cler.  aet.  17).  C.fa.  received  asOL  19  Feb.  17£|-, 
restored  by  Bursar  Ridgway.  ?B.A.  (Merton)  15  Oct. 
1706.  M.A.  23  Feb.  1715.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner, 
1703,  1704. 

See  another  of  the  same  name  16§J. 

Paul  Williams.  fa.  9  March,  I7£f  (fil.  P.  W.de  civ.  Here- 
ford, gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  <£.  3  March,  !?§-§-, 
restored  by  Bursar  Ridgway.  Elected  &.  1705.  B.A. 
31  Oct.  1706.  M.A.  7  July,  1709.  He  paid  tt.fa.  as  £. 
(the  first  entry  of  Scholars'  Caution)  in  the  early  part 
of  1708  :  which  was  restored  Dec.  1712.  Elected  Jf. 
1711  or  1712,  and  received  stipend  till  Midsummer, 
1713. 

Thomas  Pranckard.  fa.  15  March,  I7gf  (fil.  Thomse 
Pranckard  de  Sherbourn,  Dorcestr,  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH. 
received  as  (ft.  3  March,  17§|,  restored  by  Bursar  Ridg- 
way. Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1704.  Elected  £.  1705. 
B.A.  (Prankerd)  31  Oct.  1706.  M.A.  7  July,  1709. 
C.fH.  received  as  ,£.  in  the  early  part  of  1708,  re- 
stored 16  July,  1713.  Elected  JF.  1712  or  1713;  his 
stipend  was  paid  up  to  Michaelmas,  1718. 

He  is  buried  at  Castleton,  Dorset,  where  it  is  stated  that  he 
died  at  Wadhani  College,  being  then  a  jF.  11  Aug.  1717, 
aged  31. 

Lawrence  Brome.  fH.  15  March,  17£f  (fil.  L.  B.  de  He 
Brewer,  Somerset,  pleb.  ast.  16).  <£JK.  received  as  (&. 
15  March,  17^-|,  taken  up  for  Battels,  5  July,  1718,  by 
Bursar  Girdlcr. 


414  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1702-03. 

Thomas  Wickham.  flff.  (Wiccham)  15  March,  I7£f  (fil.T.  W. 
de  Horselington,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  16).  <£J0L  received  as 
OL  8  Feb.  I7g|,  restored  21  Feb.  1705  ;  again  received 
as  <*L  22  June,  1708,  taken  up  to  pay  Battels  16  July, 
1715.  B.A.  (Oriel)  15  Oct.  1706.  M.A.  (Wadh.)  2  July, 
1709. 

Baptised  1686  ;  Rector  of  Dunkerton  1714—1725  ;  Rector  of 
Horsington  7  July,  1725  ;  died  1753.  Son  of  T.  Wickham 
1672,  and  grandson  of  T.  Wickham  1646. 

James  Wilkinson,  ffl.  17  March,  17#£  (fil.  Johannis 
Wilkinson  de  Sherbourn,  Dorcestr.,  pauperis,  83 1.  17). 
C.fft.  received  as  Servitor,  12  March,  I7ff,  restored 
13  Oct,  1704.  B.A.  (All  Souls)  15  Oct.  1706. 

James  Wilkinson,  B.A.,  was  instituted  Vicar  of  Long  Burton, 
Dorset,  22  Dec.  1718,  and  died  there  23  June,  1761.  On  a  flat 
stone  by  the  Reading  Desk  : 

Here  resteth  the  body  of  James  Wilkinson,  Vicar  ;    who 
departed  this  life  23  June,  1761,  aged  76  years. 

Peter  Sayer.  |H.  17  March,  I7£f  (fil.  P.  S.  de  Wallingford, 
Bercher,  gen.  set.  16).  C.i^U  received  as  (St.  same  day, 
restored  7  — ber,  1706.  Admitted  <£.  of  Ch.  Ch.  24  June, 
1707,  and  Student  24  July,  1707.  B.A.  (Ch.  Ch.)  28 
April,  1708. 

John  Inet.  ffl.  17  March,  I7£f  (fil.  J.  I.  de  Sutton,  Warwic., 
cler.  set.  16).  OCJH.  received  as  Richard  Inett  27  April, 
1703,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Baker.  John 
Inett  was  B.A.  of  St.  Mary  Hall,  13  April,  1709. 

17O3. 

Mr.  Berkly.  C.fH.  received  as  Jf.<&.  22  July,  1703, 
restored  by  Bursar  Baker. 

Possibly  identical  with  Maurice  Berkeley  1697,  or  William 
Berkeley,  1698. 

Mr.  J.  Caswell.     CfH.  received  (£5)  17  Feb.  I7g£,  restored 
by  Bursar  Harrison,  28  March,  — . 
Possibly  John  Caswell  1671. 


1703.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  415 

Robert   Morefield.     CJH.  received  as  (ft.  18  Feb. 
taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Baker. 


Richard  Dawes.     fH.  26  March,  I7gf  (fil.  Samuelis  Dawes 
de  Londin.,  arm.  set.  16).     C.iJH.  received  as  Jf.Gt.  18 
March,  I7gf,  restored  17  June,  1706. 
Probably  brother  of  Kobert  Dawes  1707. 

William  Roop.  m.  26  March,  1703  (fil.  Nicolai  Roop  de 
Londin.,  arm.  set.  16).  C.fft.  received  as  JF.<£,  18  March, 
I7£f,  restored  11  April,  1704. 

John  Knight,  m.  26  March,  1703  (fil.  J.  K.  arm.  aet.  16). 
C.fft.  received  as  _dF.(!L  17  March,  1703,  restored  by 
Bursar  Willet,  3  Oct.  — . 

Valentine  Pomroy.      f«.  26  March,   1703   (fil.  V.  P.  de 
Harberton,  Devon,  gen.  set.  15).     C.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
21  March,  I7°f,  restored  10  May,  1705. 
Brother  of  Hugh  Pomeroy  1701. 

Richard  Saltonstall.  £H.  13  May,  1703  (fil.  — ,  arm.  set. 
14).  C.fH.  received  as  Jf.Gt.  same  day,  taken  up  for 
Battels  by  Bursar  White. 

Jonathan  Toup.  f&.  7  July,  1703  (fil.  Onesiphori  Toup 
de  Bridport,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  17).  C.iH.  received 
(Samuel  Toup)  as  Servitor,  3  Aug.  1703,  taken  up  for 
Battels,  4  July,  1718.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1703, 
1704. 

He  was  curate  and  lecturer  of  St.  Ives,  Cornwall,  and  married 
Prudence,  daughter  of  John  Busvargus  of  Busvargus,  Cornwall, 
and  was  father  of  Jonathan  Toup,  author  of  Emendationes  in 
Suldam. 

Fidelis  Aish.  fH.  16  July,  1703  (fil.  Gulielmi  Aish  de 
Seaborough,  Somerset,  pleb.  a3t.  16).  (&.f&.  received 
(Faithfull  Aish)  as  Servitor,  24  July,  1703,  restored 


416  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1703. 

10    May,  1707.     Apparently  (ftlerfc    1705,  1706.     B.A. 

29  April,  1707. 

Fidelia  Aish  was  Vicar  of  Seaburrow  17  Nov.  1711,  and  died 
1720.  One  of  this  name  was  M.A.  of  Queens'  College,  Cam- 
bridge, 1719.  Brother  of  William  Aish  1697. 

Francis  Wellington.  4ft.  6  Nov.  1703  (fil.  Jacobi  Wel- 
lington de  Lug  warden,  Hereford,  pauperis  set.  16). 

John  Pratt.  fft.  11  Feb.  I7£f  (fil.  Gulielmi  Pratt  de  Tre- 
laxo  ?  Somerset,  gen.  set.  15).  He  is  apparently  mis- 
placed in  the  fH.  Book. 

The  only  name  in  Somerset  faintly  resembling  this  is  Trudox- 
hill,  in  Nunney. 

Daniel  Stockwell.  ffl.  14  Dec.  1703  (fil.  D.  S.  de  Newbery, 
Bercher.  cler.  set.  15).  On.Jft.  received  as  (ft.  15  Dec.  1703, 
restored  by  Bursar  Gerard.  Elected  £>•  1704.  B.A. 
8  July,  1707.  He  paid  <£jm.  as  g>.  in  1708,  which  was 
restored  4  Sept.  1718.  He  apparently  received  his  last 
stipend  in  1711. 

Theophilus  Walford.  m.  11  Feb.  17£|  (fil.  Tho.  Walford, 
de  Sibford,  Oxon.,  gen.  set.  16).  &.JH.  received  as  (ft. 
25  Jan.  17£|,  restored  by  Dr.  Baker.  B.A.  5  March, 

1707. 

Richard  Saunders.     fH.  11  Feb.  I7£f  (fil.  Thomae  Saunders 
de  North   Morton,   Buck.,  gen.  set.  18).     C.fH.  received 
as  (ft.  15  Jan.  I7£f,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard. 
North  Moreton  is  in 


William  Lee.  f&.  11  Feb.  I7£f  (fil.  Thomas  Lee  de  Heart- 
well,  Buck.,  baronetti,  set.  15).  £.fH.  received  as  (ft.  15 
Jan.  17#£,  restored  by  Bursar  Ridgway. 

Second  son  of  the  second  Bart.,  and  nephew  of  Lyonell  Lee 
16|i  Born  2  Aug.  1688  ;  Becorder  of  Wycombe  1718,  of 
Buckingham  1722  ;  M.P.  for  Wycombe  1727  ;  Justice  of  the 
King's  Bench  13  June,  1730  ;  knighted  :  Lord  Chief  Justice  of 


1703.J  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  417 

England  9  June,  1737  ;  Privy  Councillor  21  July,  1737  ; 
Chancellor  of  the  Exchequer,  8  March,  1754  ;  died  8  April, 
1754,  and  was  buried  at  Hartwell.  (Lipscombe's  Bucks,  III. 
p.  308. 

John  Lewis,     ffl,.  21  Feb.  I7£f  (fil.  Roger!  Lewis  de  Cant. 
civ.  pauperis  set.  19).     CJtfl.  received  as  Servitor,  10  Feb. 
,  taken  up  for  Battels,  5  July,  1718. 


Francis  Miles.     f&.  21  Feb.  I7£f  (fil.  Johannis  Miles  de 
Radnor  parochia,  pleb.  yet.  17).    <£J8l.  received  as  Servitor 

17  Feb.  I7£f,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker,  replaced  as  (ft. 
25  March,  1709,  restored  3  July,  1710.     B.A.  21   Oct. 
1707.     M.A.  (New  Inn  Hall)  6  July,  1710. 

James  Acton.  M.  1  March,  I7gf  (fil.  Edvardi  Acton  de 
Beritworth,  Hampton.,  cler.  set.  15).  (E.fflL  received  as 
OL  29  Feb.  17£f,  restored  by  Dr.  Baker.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner,  1704.  B.A.  25  Nov.  1707.  B.C.L.  (All 
Souls)  30  April,  1712.  Elected  Jf.  of  All  Souls,  from 
the  county  of  Hants,  1710  :  when  the  Warden  appealed 
against  the  Election,  apparently  without  success. 
Probably  son  of  Edward  Acton,  1667. 

John   Irons.      fH.   1   March,  17-g-f  (fil.  Gulielmi  Irons  de 
Gos  worth   Oxon,   gen.   set.   15).     CJflL  received    as  (St. 

18  March,  I7£f,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard.     Elected 
5.  1704.    «Dja.  received  as  £>.  19  Oct.  1710.    Goodridge 
Exhibitioner,  1707,  1708,  1709,  1710.     B.A.  9  Dec.  1707. 
M.A.  15  July,  1710.     B.D.  26  June,  1729.     Elected  Jf. 
in   1711   or    1712.     Elected   Bursar   1714,   1715,    1719, 
1722,  1724,  1725,  1728,  and  1730.     Sub-  Warden  1716, 
1720,  1721.     Catechist,  1723,  1726.     Resigned  his  $. 
80  June,  1731. 

Edwyn  Sandys,  fft.  1  March,  17&£  (fil.  Johannis  Sandys 
de  Petherton,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  15).  €M.  received  as 
(ft.  28  Feb.  I7£f,  restored  by  Bursar  Harrison.  Elected 
5).  1707.  B.A.  13  Feb.  1707.  M.A.  26  June,  1710. 
B.M.  12  Nov.  1716.  D.M.  10  Dec.  1718.  Paid 
as  £.  early  in  1708,  restored  6  Feb.  1713.  Elected 

E  E 


418  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1703-04. 

1713.  Elected  Sub- Warden,  1717,  1718.  Dean,  1728. 
His  Jf.  expired  30  June,  1731.  Professor  of  Botany, 
1720  to  1724. 

William  Gillett.  £«.  1  March,  I7£f  (fil.  Elise  Gillett  de 
Misten  ?  Misterton,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  18).  C.1E.  received 
as  Servitor  (Gyllet),  18  March,  17#f,  restored  by  Dr. 
Baker.  B.A.  21  Oct.  1707. 

Simon  Traunter.  fK.  1  March  I7£f  (fil.  Gulielmi  Traunter 
de  Mansell,  Hereford,  gen.  set.  16).  d.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
5  April,  1704,  restored  by  Bursar  Whaley. 


1704. 

Benjamin  Rudyerd.  fH.  (no  Christian  name),  8  April, 
1704  (fil.  B.  R.  de  West  Woodhey  Bercher.  arm.  get. 
17).  (JLilft.  received  as  Jf.Qt.  5  April,  1704,  taken  up 
for  Battels,  2  Feb.  1715. 

He  was  probably  a  grandson  of  Benjamin  Maddocke,  1654 
(Maddox  of  Wormley),  whose  eldest  daughter,  Dorothy, 
married  Benjamin  Rudyerd  of  West  Woodhay. 

Philip  Burrough.  fH.  25  April..  1704  (fil.  Zacharise  Bur- 
rough  de  Loodin.,  pleb.  set.  17).  <£.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
13  April,  1704,  restored  by  Bursar  Eidgway.  Elected 
1705,  till  Michaelmas,  1707.  B.A.  17  July,  1708. 


John  Champneys.  ffi.  9  May,  1704  (fil.  J.  C.  de  Yarn- 
combe,  Devon,  gen.  set.  16).  (£Jft.  received  as  (ft.  26 
April,  1704  :  it  is  recorded  as  "  a  free  gift  to  the  College  " 
by  Bursar  Harrison. 

Samuel  Barker.  fH.  1  June,  1704  (fil.  Augustini  Barker 
de  Medford,  i.e.  Maidford,  Northampton,  gen.  set.  17). 
KM.  received  as  OL  23  May,  1704.  B.A.  13  Feb.  1707. 

Son  of  Augustine  Barker  of  South  Luffenham,  Rutl.,  himself 
of  Lyndon,  Rutl.,  iind  a  devisee  of  a  moiety  of  Maidford  ;  died 
1759.  (Baker,  II.  45.) 


1704.] 


WARDEN     DUNSTER. 


419 


John  Plomer.  m.  1  June,  1704  (fil.  J.  P.  de  Stone,  Buck., 
pleb.  set.  16.)  £.fH.  received  as  (ft.  28  April,  1704, 
restored  by  Bursar  Ridgway.  Elected  Sk.  (Plummer) 
1705.  <£M.  received  as  £.  in  the  first  half  of  1708, 
restored  15  June,  1715.  B.A.  13  Feb.  1707.  M.A. 
15  June,  1711.  His  last  stipend  (half-quarter)  was  paid 
Lady  Day,  1713. 

William  Bucknall.  JE.  20  June,  1704  (fil.  natu  maximus 
Johannis  Bucknall  de  Londin.,  equitis,  set.  15).  <&.M. 
received  as  JfM.  same  day,  restored  10  July,  1706. 

Robert  Hulbert.  m.  20  June,  1704  (fil.  Thomae  Hulbert 
de  Corsham,  Wilton,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fft.  received  as  (ft. 
same  day,  restored  by  Bursar  Harrison.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner,  1704  and  1705.  B.A.  17  May,  1708. 
M.A.  (Alban  Hall)  24  March,  1710. 

Evans  Leys,     ffiu  23  Oct.  1704  (fil.  Richard  Leys  de  Bover 
ton,  ?  Beverston,  Gloucestr.  arm.  set.  17).     C.ifflL  received 
as  JfM.  5  Aug.  1704,  restored  22  July,  1708. 


William  Leys.     fH.  as  above,  set.  16. 
restored  as  above. 


received  and 


Dormer  Parkhurst.  fH.  23  Oct.  1704  (fil.  Johannis  Park- 
hurst  de  Cutsby,  Norfolc.,  arm.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as 
Jf.<&.  12  Oct.  1704,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar 
Harrison. 

Really  of  Catesby,  Northampton.  He  was  subsequently  of 
Hanch  Hall,  Staff.  ;  Chancellor  of  Durham  ;  dead  by  1769  ; 
brother  of  Nathaniel  Parkhurst  1692. 


Thomas  Carthew.  f&.  23  Oct.  1704  (fil.  Thomae  Carthew 
de  Londin.,  arm.  set.  17).  (E.fH.  received  as  <£.  Sept. 
1704,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard,  28  Sept.  — . 

George  Here.  £H.  23  Oct.  1704  (fil.  Thomae  Bere  de  Hud- 
sum,  Devon,  arm.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  Sept. 
1704,  taken  up  to  pay  Battels  Christmas,  1710.  Hearne 
gives  an  account  of  how  this  pupil  (Bear)  of  "  republican 

K  E  2 


41^0  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1704. 

White"  was  denied  his  degree  for  blasphemy,  14  April, 
1709,  and  under  24  March,  1710,  mentions  that  he  had 
publicly  recanted.  Hearne  adds  that  he  subsequently 
obtained  his  degree,  but  he  is  not  in  the  list  of  Oxford 
graduates. 

Henry  Booth.  fH.  14  Dec.  1704  (fil.  Domini  Henrici  de 
Mean,  Cestr.  comitis  £et.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  ,dF«<£« 
3  Dec.  1704,  restored  18  Feb.  !7§f- 

Fourth  son  of  Henry,  second  Baron  Delamere  and  first  Earl  of 
Warrington  :  born  17  July,  1687  :  became  a  Student  in  the 
Temple,  but  being  ruined  by  the  South  Sea  Bubble,  retired  to 
Rotterdam  where  he  died  unmarried,  2  Feb.  1726,  and  was 
buried  in  the  great  church.  He  is  described  as  "a  man  of 
untainted  virtue  and  true  piety." 


Ralph  Willett.  fH.  7  Feb.  I7£f  (fil.  R.  W.  de  Stratton, 
Gloucestr.  cler.  set.  16).  C.fH,  received  as  <£.  15  Feb. 
,  restored  by  Bursar  Harrison,  9  Oct.  —  .  Elected 
1707.  B.A.  27  Oct.  1708.  M.A.  15  June,  1711. 
£jm.  received  as  g>.  (B  A.)  9  Nov.  1708,  and  restored 
2  July,  1714.  He  made  the  Goodridge  Obit  speech, 
Christmas,  1713.  He  received  his  last  stipend,  Mid- 
summer, 1714. 

In  Orders  at  Stratton  in  1715,  where  he  remained  till  1745  ; 
he  died  in  1764,  and  was  buried  at  Stratton  with  the  following 
monument  : 

In   a  vault  near  this  place  are  deposited  the  remains  of 
Ralph  Willet,    Ck.,    Rector    of  this  parish;    died  18  June, 
1764. 
Apparently  son  of  Ralph  Willett  1675. 

Jonathan  Wickes.  fH.  27  Feb.  17%$  (fil.  J.  W.  de  Sedbury, 
Gloucestr.  pleb.  aet.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  <£.  7  April, 
1705,  taken  up  for  Battels  in  1710.  B.A.  12  Oct.  1708. 

Edward  Chichester.  fm.  5  March,  17£|  (fil.  Henrici 
Chichester  de  Bury  Norboare,  i.e.  Berry  Narber,  Devon, 
cler.  aet.  16).  C.ffl.  received  as  (ft.  2  March,  I7£f, 
restored  30  Dec.  1715.  B.A.  27  Oct.  1708.  B.C.L. 


1704.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  421 

9  July,  1711.     MA.  (All  Souls)  23  Jan.  1712.     Elected 
Jf.  of  All  Souls  from  the  county  of  Devon,  1712. 

Vicar  of  Northover,  Somerset,  16  Dec.  1713,  where  he  has  this 
monument : 

Here  lies  interred  the  remains  of 

EDWARD   CHICHESTER,  Clerk, 

Rector  of  Berryn  Harbour,  in  the  County  of 

Devon,  Vicar  of  Northover,  in  the  County 

Of  Somerset,  LL.B.,  and  Fellow  of  All  Souls 

College,  Oxon.,  who  died  Dec.  the  5th,  1730, 

Aged  40. 

Benedict  Pyssing.  M.  7  March,  17$£  (fil.  Hugonis  Pyssing 
de  Wynsant,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
(ft.  22  Feb.  I7£i,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Baker. 
B.A.  (Pysing)  12  Oct.  1708.  M.A.  15  June,  1711. 

Benedict  Pysing  was  Vicar  of  East  Chinock,  Somerset,  from 
28  July,  1715,  till  about  June,  1750. 

Deuel  Pead.  m.  16  March,  I7$i  (fil.  D.  P.  de  Londin., 
cler.  set.  17).  C.iH.  received  (Duel  Pead)  as  (£.  22  April- 
1705,  restored  by  Bursar  Gerard,  5  April,  — .  B.A. 
(St.  Mary  Hall)  13  April,  1709. 


Robert  Strong.  M.  16  March,  17££  (fil.  Johannis  Strong 
de  Loader,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  18).  &.i!fflL  received  as 
Servitor  same  day,  restored  by  Bursar  Baker.  B.A. 
1  April,  1709. 

Robert  Westcott.  fft.  16  March,  I7ff  (fil.  Samuelis 
Westcott  de  Mattock,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17).  (£.fH. 
received  as  OL  12  Feb.  17£|,  restored  13  April,  1708. 
Probably  Hector  of  Hatch  Beauchamp,  Somerset,  19  Oct.  1715, 
and  again  13  Aug.  1725  (though  he  is  described  as  B.A.)  :  also 
Vicar  of  East  Lambrook  17  Feb.  1724. 


John  Chafley.  M.  (Thomas)  22  March,  I7£f  (fil.  Gualteri 
Chaffey  de  Sherbourn,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  18).  €M.  re- 
ceived as  -Servitor  22  Feb.  I7f|,  increased  to  <£. 
25  March,  1709:  taken  up  for  Battels  18  May,  1713, 


422  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1704-05. 

Elected  OHetfe  1707:  last  stipend  paid  Lady  Day  1708 
B.A.  21  Oct.  1708.     M.A.  9  Dec.  1712. 

Vicar  of  Long  Burton  1712—1718  ;  Vicar  of  Lillington  1717  ; 
and  Kector  of  Purse  Candel  21  Dec.  1730,  where  there  is  the 
following  monument : 

H.  S.  I. 

Cineres  adhuc  mortales 

Johannis  Chafy,  A.M. 

Ecclesiae  de  Caundle  Purse  necnon 

Alternis  (?)  de  Lillington  in  hoc 

Agro  Dorsett.  Kectoris 

Obiit  die  nono  Nov.  1757 

Annum  setatis  suse  degens  70  mum. 

Homo  fuit  doli  expers 
Moribus  admodum  simplex 

Vitseque  integerrimus 

Amicum,  patrem,  conjugem 

Ingenuum,  colendum,  fidelem 

Amaverunt  vivuni 

Mortuum  desiderant 

Familiares,  Liberi,  Marita. 

Also  on  a  small  black  stone  in  the  South  Wall  of  the 
Chancel  is  the  following  : 

Hsec  cancella  resedificata  erat  et  ornata  per  Johannem  Chafie 
Kectorem  1731. 


17O5. 

John  Crowch.  <&M.  received  as  (ft,  2  Dec.  1705,  restored 
1  Jan.  1709.  B.A.  3  Dec.  1708.  M.A.  (New  Inn  Hall) 
8  July,  1713. 


John  Straigh(t).  fH.  28  March,  1705  (fil.  Georgii  Straight 
de  Bishopston,  Wilton.,  cler.  aat.  17).  C.JH.  received  as 
OL  24  March,  17^,  restored  9  Nov.  1708.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1705.  Demy  of  Magdalen  1708—1717. 
B.A.  (Maijd.)  29  Oct.  1709.  M.A.  9  July,  1712.  B.D. 


1705.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  423 

11  Dec.  1723.     dF.  1^17  to  24  July,  1727  ;  Junior  Dean 
of  Arts  1723;  Bursar  1725. 

Eector  of  Horsington,  Line.  24  Nov.  1721—1727  ;  Vicar  of 
Findon,  Sussex,  14  Jan.  17|f  ;  Preb.  of  Wai-minster  (Sarum) 
4  Oct.  1732;  died  Oct.  1736,  and  was  buried  at  Findon. 
Author  of  Select  Discourses  on  Moral  and  Religious  Subjects 
(published  for  the  benefit  of  his  widow  and  six  children  in 
1741). 

Northleigh  Dennis,  fla.  28  March,  1705  (fil.  Ab.  D.  de 
Torrington,  Devon,  gen.  set.  16).  (JLfH.  received  as  (ft. 
24  March,  17J-|-,  restored  by  Bursar  White. 

Anthony  Welch.  IE.  28  March,  1705  (fil.  J.  W.  de  Dor- 
rington  parva,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  &.ftt.  received  as 
(ft.  24  March,  I7£fc,  restored  13  July,  1711.  B.A. 
(Welsh)  27  Oct.  1708.  M.A.  3  July,  1711. 

William  Wroughton.  ffl.  28  March,  1705  (fil.  Georgii 
Wroughton  de  Codford,  Wilton.,  cler.  aet.  17).  C.fE.  re- 
ceived as  (£.  24  March,  I7gi,  restored  by  Bursar 
Harrison  30  Oct.  — .  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1705, 

1707.  Elected  5>.  1707.     Paid  £.fH.  as  £.  in  the  first 
half  of  1708;  taken  up  for  Battels  1712.    BrA.  25  Nov. 

1708.  He  received  his  last  stipend  Christmas  1712. 

William  Wroughton  was  Vicar  of  Westbury  1730,  of  Norton 
Bavent,  Wilts,  1735. 

Daniel  Pilsworth.  |H.  28  March,  1705  (fil.  Caroli  Pilsworth 
de  Charfield,  Gloucestr.  pleb.  ast.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  24  March,  17$4,  taken  up  for  Battels  5  July, 
1718. 

The  Pilsworth  family  were  patrons  of  the  living  of  Charfield 
at  this  time. 

William  Hill.  m.  28  March,  I70p  (fil.  G.  H.  de  Goathurst, 
Somerset,  cler.  aet.  18).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  30  March, 
1705,  restored  1710.  Possibly  B.A.  of  St.  Edmund  Hall 
12  Oct.  1708. 


424  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1705. 

William  Derham.  £BL  28  March,  1705  (fil.  Johannis 
Derham  de  North  Curry,  Surrise,  sic,  ?  Somerset,  gen. 
set.  18).  CT.iim.  received  as  (St.  29  March,  1705,  restored 
1710.  B.A.  12  Oct.  1708. 

Vicar  of  Halse,  Somerset,  1  Dec.  1720. 

Robert  Yard.  fft.  20  April,  1705  (fil.  R  Y.  de  Londin., 
aim.  set.  17).  &M-  received  as  JfM.  13  April,  1705, 
restored  by  Bursar  Harrison  16  Oct.  — . 

William  Willis.  M.  14  May,  1705  (fil.  Henrici  Willis  de 
Bland  ford  St.  Mary,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  16).  C.ift.  re- 
ceived as  <&.  30  April,  1715,  restored  by  Bursar 
Harrison  17  Oct.  — .  Admitted  <£.  of  Balliol  11  Oct. 
1707.  B.A.  22  March,  1708.  B.C.L.  4  Nov.  1712. 

One  William  Willis  of  East  Orchard,  Gent,  was  buried  at 
Shroton.  He  is  said  to  have  been  a  famous  master  of  pen- 
manship, and  to  have  died  1740. 

William  Arming.  i]H.  24  May,  1705  (fil.  Henrici  Anning 
de  Axminster,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  16).  <£.f®L  received  as 
Servitor  22  April,  1705,  restored  by  Dr.  Baker.  B.A. 
(Alban  Hall)  13  July,  1710. 

Robert  Meggott.  ffi.  14  July,  1705  (fil.  Georgii  Meggott 
de  Westminster,  Middlesex,  arm.  set.  18).  CJH.  received 
as  dF.(JL  10  July,  1705,  restored  by  Bursar  Harrison, 
13  Dec.  — . 

Richard  Button.  JH.  23  Oct.  1705  (fil.  Richardi  Button  de 
Pontington,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received  as 
OL  3  Dec.  1705,  restored  6  April,  1713.  B.A.  2  July, 
1709.  M.A.  5  June,  1712. 

Ferdinando  Whittle.  f&.  23  Oct.  1705  (fil.  Thomae 
Whittle  de  Arleton,  Hereford,  cler.  set.  18).  CJft.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  2  Nov.  1705,  taken  up  for  Battels  by 
Bursars  Baker  and  Girdler. 

John  Read.  ffl.  7  Nov.  1705  (fil.  Jacobi  Read  de  Londin., 
Baronetti,  jet..  14).  (f.ffl.  received  as  JFM.  13  Oct. 


1705.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  425 

1705  (Sir  John  Read,  Baronet),  paid  over  15  August  by 

Bursar  Willett. 

Sir  James  Bead  of  Brockett  Hall,  Herts,  died  in  Oct.  1701  : 
Sir  John  died  s.p.  at  Kome  22  Feb.  17|£,  when  the  title 
became  extinct. 

Robert  Cawdron.  m.  7  Nov.  1705  (fil.  K  C.  de  Hale 
magna,  Lincoln,  arm.  set.  15).  C.fH.  received  as  Jf.Gl. 
15  Aug.  1705,  taken  up  for  Battels  27  March,  1707. 

Robert  Shortgrave.  ffl.  9  Nov.  1705  (fil.  Georgii  Short- 
grove  de  Harleston,  Northampton,  cler.  set.  16).  GDJft. 
received  as  (ft.  11  Nov.  1705,  restored  by  Bursar 
Harrison  20  Oct.  — .  Elected  &.  1707.  (ZDJK.  received 
as  Sk.  in  the  first  half  of  1708.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner 
1712,  1713.  B.A.  6  July,  1709.  M.A.  3  May,  1712. 
His  last  Stipend  was  paid  Christmas,  1713. 

He  was  apparently  the  son  "  Gulielmi  "  not  Georgii  Shortgrave, 
see  1668,  and  brother  of  William  Shortgrave  1715. 

Nathaniel  Collier,  m.  21  Nov.  1705  (fil.  N.  C.  de  Tew 
magna,  Oxon.,  cler.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  20  Nov. 
1705,  restored  9  April,  1712.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner 
1707,  1708,  1709.  B.A.  23  June,  1709.  M.A.  10  July, 
1714.  His  C.ifflL  was  replaced  6  July,  1714. 

Nathaniel  Collier  was  Rector  of  Ilfracombe  26  Sept.  1724,  and 
resigned  1728. 

Thomas  Mason.     fH.  14  Dec.  1705  (fil.  Hugonis  Mason  de 
Treowen/Monmouth,  pau peris,  set.  19).     £.iJH.  received 
as   Servitor    same    day,   restored    by   Bursar   Harrison 
.    3  July,  — .     B.A.  23  June,  1709. 

William  Cowper.  fH.  14  Feb.  I7£f  (fil.  Spencer  Cowper, 
de  Londin.,  arm.  set.  16).  (£.fH.  received  as  JF.(£. 
4  Feb.  I7£f,  restored  18  Dec.  1708. 

He  was  nephew  of  William,  first  Earl  Cowper,  and  was  sub- 
sequently Clerk  of  the  House  of  Lords.  Brother  of  John 
Cowper  1714. 

John  Merefield.     ffl.  14  Feb.  17£|    (fil.  Roberti  Merefield 


426  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1705-06. 

de  Broad  Winsor,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received 
as  (?L  1  March,  l7$-f>  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar 
Baker. 

Possibly  a  brother  of  William  Merrifield  1693. 

William  Marriott.  ffi.  7  March,  17  U  (fil-  Johannis 
Marriett  de  Alscott,  Gloucestr.  arm.  set.  17).  C.fH. 
received  as  OL  17  Feb.  I7£f>  taken  up  for  Battels 
18  May,  1713. 

Robert  Gillingham.  £H.  13  March,  17£f  (fil.  K  G.  de 
Elbrewer,  i.e.  He  Brewers,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  16). 

Thomas  Sadler.  £H.  13  March,  17£f  (fil.  Roberti  Sadler 
de  Elcombe,  Wilton,  gen.  set.  17).  (£.i!H.  received  as  d. 
16  March,  I7£f,  restored  by  Bursar  Harrison  20  Oct.  —  . 
Elected  g>.  1707.  <E.JH.  received  as  J£.  in  the  first  half 
of  1708,  restored  by  Bursar  Combe  20  July,  —  .  B.A. 
14  Oct.  1709.  M.A.  20  June,  1712.  Elected  dF.  1714. 
His  Stipend  was  paid  up  to  Midsummer  1717. 

John  Gold.  fH.  13  March,  17£|  (fil.  Henrici  Gold  de 
Londin.,  gen,  set.  18).  (£.iIH.  received  as  (JL  16  March, 
I7£f,  taken  up  for  Battels  1708.  B.A.  (Gould)  14  Oct. 
1709. 


William  Combe,  ffl.  13  March,  17££  (fil.  Elias  Combe  de 
Croakhorne,  i.e.  Crewkerne,  gen.  set.  18).  (£.i!H.  received 
as  <£L  11  March,  17$|-,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar 
Gerard. 


17O6. 

Henry  Wright.  C.fH.  received  as  OL  22  June,  1706, 
restored  25  Sept.  1706 ;  replaced  as  JF.OL  first  half  of 
1708,  restored  8  Aug.  1709. 

John  Thornicroft.  C.fH.  received  as  (K.  22  June,  1706, 
restored  2  Sept.  — . 


1706.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  427 

Henry  Nash.     C.fH.  received   as   Servitor,  8  Aug.  1706, 
restored  by  Bursar  Combe,  1  July,  —  . 


Thomas    Meekes.      ODJH.   received   as  (ft.    8  Feb. 
restored  1  July,  1709. 

Is  this  Thomas  Weeksy,  B.A.  (Wadham)  24  Oct.  1707  :  elected 
£.  of  Oriel  28  May,  1709,  when  he  is  described  as  of  Sherston, 
Wilts?  M.A.  (Oriel)  26  June,  1710.  (See  Hearne,  27  May, 
1709.) 


Robert  Larder.  |H.  30  April,  1706  (fil.  Antonii  Larder  de 
Sherbourn,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  18).  <£Jft.  received  as  (ft. 
same  day,  increased  (£2)  to  JF.OL  28  Feb.  I7£f,  restored 
7  July,  1718. 

Kobert  Larder  of  West  Chelborough,  son  of  Anthony  Larder, 

born  1685,  died  1754,  s.p. 

Reginald  Pyndar.     fH.  30  April,  1706  (fil.  Thomse  Pyndar 
de  Kempley,  Gloucestr.  arm.  set.  17).     C.fH.  received  as 
(ft.  29  April,  1706,  restored  5  Nov.  1708. 
Lord  of  the  Manor  of  Kemply  in  1712. 

Henry  Legassick.  fls.  13  July,  1706  (fil.  H.  L.  de  Mod- 
bury,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  <&M.  received  as  (ft.  2  July, 
1706. 

John  Hayward.  ffl.  31  Oct.  1706  (fil.  J.  H.  de  Civitate 
Bath,  gen.  set.  15).  <£.fH.  received  as  (ft.  same  day,  taken 
up  for  Battels,  11  Nov.  1709. 

Peter  Harris.  £H.  14  Nov.  1706  (fil.  Johannis  Harris  de 
Aviton  Gifford,  Devon,  gen.  set.  16).  <£.£R.  received  as 
(ft.  31  Oct.  1706,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Baker  ?  1711, 
apparently  replaced  as  (ft.  16  Feb.  I7|f>  restored  3  Oct. 
1716.  B.G.L.  12  Marcb,  1715. 

Theobald  Mitchell.  fH.  (Theoph.)  3  Dec.  1706  (fil.  Wal- 
singham  Mitchell  de  Horsid,  sic,  i.e.  Horsham,  Sussex, 


428  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1706. 

gen.  set.  17).     &M.  received  as  OL  26  Oct.  1706,  taken 
up  by  Bursar  Harrison.     B.A.  (Michell)  9  June,  1710. 

Took  Orders  ;  married  at  Ifield  3  July,  1733  ;  buried  at 
Horsham  23  March,  1737.  His  only  child  was  grandmother 
of  Percy  Bysshe  Shelley. 

James  Walwyn.  m.  14  Jan.  I7£f  (fil.  J.  W.  de  Civitate 
Hereford,  arm.  set.  17).  CJBL  received  as  Jf.<&.  31  Oct. 
1706. 

Of  Longworth,  Hereford  ;  born  1690  ;  High  Sheriff  1732  ;  died 
1766. 


John  Williams.  fH.  14  Jan.  I7$f  (fil.  G.  W.  ?  de  Civitate 
Hereford,  pleb.  set.  17).  C.fE.  received  as  Servitor, 
31  Oct.  1706,  restored  10  Nov.  1708.  One  Williams 
appears  as  (tflttfc  for  the  last  half  of  1708. 

John  Mayne.  M.  20  Jan.  17££  (fil.  Christopher!  Mayne 
de  Civitate  Exon.,  gen.  set.  17).  CT.JH.  received  as  J.iJL 
15  Feb.  I7£f,  taken  up  for  Battels,  1708. 

George  Coke.  JR.  10  March,  I7£f  (fil.  Francisci  Coke  de 
Usley,  Hereford,  gen.  set.  18).  (&.M.  received  as  <£. 
7  March,  I7£f,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Baker. 


John  Woolaston.  fH.  24  March,  !?£?•  (fil.  J.  W.  arm. 
83t.  17).  CD.fH.  received  as  $M.  17  Feb.  17§|,  restored 
by  Bursar  Willett. 


Joseph  Penn.  fa.  24  March,  I7£f  (fil.  J.  P.  de  Civitate 
Oxon.,  pleb.  set.  15).  C.jJH.  received  as  OL  8  Feb.  I7£f, 
restored  27  Sept.  1714.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1708, 
and  perhaps  in  1706.  B.A.  13  Oct.  1710.  M  A  9  June 
1713. 


Benjamin  Bly.  fH.  24  March,  17™  (fil.  Johannis  Ely  de 
Pidratoe,  sic,  Oxon,,  cler.  set.  17).  €M.  received  as 
Servitor,  15  March,  I7&f,  taken  up  for  Battels  in  1715. 
Onett  from  1708  to  Michaelmas,  1710.  B.A.  27  Oct. 
1710. 


1707.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  429 


17O7. 

Purdon.     C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  in  the  latter  half  of  1707, 
taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursar  Baker. 

Robert  Dawes.     £.£H.  received   as  Gentleman   (ft.  (sic)  in 
the  latter  half  of  1707,  restored  8  Oct.  1709. 
Probably  brother  of  Richard  Dawes  1703. 


Richard  Musgrave.  m.  27  March,  1707  (fil.  Gabr.  ? 
Georgii  M.  de  Nettlecombe,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  17). 
C.iH.  received  as  <&.  8  Feb.  I7£f,  restored  by  Bursar 
Baker. 

Several  George  Musgraves  of  Nettlecombe  are  buried  at 
Stog  umber. 

William  Butterfield.  m.  27  March,  1707  (fil.  G.  B.  de 
Clayton,  i.e.  Middle  Clay  don,  Buck.,  cler.  set.  16). 
&.&8L.  received  as  <E.  21  April,  1707,  restored  11  April, 
1713.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1707,  1708.  B.A.  13  Oct. 
1710.  M.A.  9  June,  1713.  OTfjapiatn  from  1712  to 
1718. 

Rector  of  Grendon-Underwood  about  1713.  Instituted  to  the 
Rectory  of  Middle  Claydon  8  Nov.  1725.  At  Middle  Clay  don 
is  a  mural  tablet  with  the  following  inscription  : 

To  the  memory  of  William  Butterfield,  A.M.,  Rector  of 
Middle  Claydon  and  Grendon  Underwood  in  this  County,  who 
died  on  16  Dec.  1758,  in  the  70th  year  of  his  age.  (Lips- 
cornbe's  Bucks  I.  p.  190.) 

Edmund  Barnaby.  ffl.  27  March,  1707  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Barnaby  de  Londin.,  Middlesex,  gen.  set.  15).  QDJH. 
received  as  (ft.  7  May,  1707,  taken  up  for  Battels,  Aug. 
1719.  B.A.  (Barneby)  13  Oct.  1710.  M.A.  9  June, 
1713. 

Thomas  Tipping,  fm,  5  April,  1707  (fil.  Gulielmi  Tipping 
de  Ewelme,  Oxon.,  arm.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
31  Oct.  1706,  restored  16  Jan.  1707. 


430  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1707. 

Luke  Glubb.  ffc.  5  April,  1707  (fil.  Richard!  Glubb  de 
Torrington,  Devon,  pauperis,  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor,  29  March,  1707,  restored  by  Dr.  Baker.  B.A. 
13  Oct.  1710. 

Thomas  Pope.  fH.  5  April,  1707  (fil.  Johannis  Pope  de 
Candle  Marsh,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  19).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  1707,  taken  up  for  Battels,  1710  and  1711. 
B.A.  9  May,  1711. 

Robert  Nash.  ftt.  26  May,  1707  (fil.  Samuelis  Nash  de 
Londin.  pleb.  set.  16).  Part  of  (ZDJK.  received  as  (ft.  in 
the  latter  half  of  1707,  restored  by  Bursar  Combe, 
1  July,  — .  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1707.  Elected  £>. 
1708.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner,  1708,  1709,  1710, 
1712,  1713,  1714.  B.A.  (Naish)  12  Nov.  1711.  M.A. 
1  Dec.  1731  (?  1713).  D.C.L.  8  July,  1734.  Elected 
Jf.  1715.  Elected  Sub- Warden,  1719  and  1725.  Bursar, 
1720,  1723,  1724,  1727.  Dean,  1721.  Librarian,  1722, 
1728,  1729.  On  21  Sept.  1734,  he  was  allowed  to  have 
the  favour  of  his  room  for  a  year  ensuing  the  last  election. 

Jaspar  Tilly.  fflL  26  May,  1707  (fil.  Johannis  Tilly  de 
Londin.  arm.  set.  18).  (£.|H.  received  as  <£,  in  part, 
25  May,  1707,  restored  22  Jan.  1707. 

William  Bragg.  JH.  30  May,  1707  (fil.  G.  B.  de  Sad- 
borough,  Devon,  arm.  set.  17).  4D.fft.  received  as  Jf.<£. 
9  May,  1707,  restored  27  Nov.  1710.  B.A.  13  Oct.  1711. 

Possibly  son  of  William  Bragg  16|f. 

William  White.  fSl.  30  May,  1707  (fil.  G.  W.  de  Little 
Somerford,  Wilton,  arm.  set.  18).  <E.fH.  received  as 
JF.OSt.  27  May,  1707,  taken  up  for  Battels  at  Midsummer, 

1708. 

James  Birt.  m.  30  May,  1707  (fil.  Thomse  Birt  de  Sutton, 
Hereford,  pleb.  set.  18).  (£.£H.  received  as  Servitor, 
29  May,  1707,  restored  Midsummer,  1710.  B.A.  26  Feb. 
1710. 

Probably    father    of    James    Birt    1733:     if   so,    Cleric,    of 
Monmouth. 


1707.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  431 

Robert  Seymer.  fH.  25  June,  1707  (fil.  Henrici  Seymer 
de  Hanford,  Dorcestr.  arm.  set.  16).  (LfH.  received  as 
JF.OL  18  June,  1707,  restored  10  Nov.  1708. 

Robert  Seymer,  BOH  of  Henry  Seymer  of  Hanford  ;  born  1688  ; 
died  1712  (Hutching,  IV.  66)  ;  but  the  Register  says  1713. 

John  Baker.  IB.  3  July,  1707  (fil.  Aaronis  Baker  de 
Alvington,  Devon,  cler.  set.  16).  Elected  £•  1707. 
(£.fH.  received  as  £.  in  the  first  half  of  1708,  restored 
1  Feb.  17-ii.  B.A.  19  Nov.  1711.  M.A.  19  Jan.  1713. 
Elected  Jf.  1714 :  his  last  stipend  was  paid  Midsummer, 
1719.  Elected  Bursar,  1717.  Died  while  in  office  as 
Junior  Proctor,  1719. 

Son  of  Aaron  Baker  16f|,  and  brother  of  Aaron  Baker  1698, 
and  Anthony  Baker  1715. 

John  Grant,  ffi.  3  July,  1707  (fil.  J.  G.  de  Londin.,  cler. 
set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  OL  in  the  latter  hall  of  1707, 
restored  9  June,  1716.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1708, 
1709.  B.A.  17  May,  1711.  M.A.  1  March,  1713. 

Thomas  Bower.  fH.  3  July,  1707  (fil.  T.  B.  de  Manihull, 
Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  <£.  in  the  latter 
half  of  1707,  restored  22  June,  1709. 

Thomas  Bower,  son  of  T.  Bower  (by  Edith,  daughter  of 
Richard  Burge  of  Marnhull),  of  Ewern  Minster  ;  died  19  Aug. 
1728,  aged  39,  and  his  epitaph  is  in  Ewern  church. 

John  Reeves.  £ft.  10  Oct.  1707  (fil.  Guilielmi  Reeves  de 
Newnton,  Wilton,  pau peris,  set.  15).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  in  the  latter  half  of  1707,  taken  up  for  Battels, 
Lady  Day,  1713.  B.A.  2  June,  1711. 

Edmund  Isham.  ffl.  10  Oct.  1707  (fil.  Justian  Isham  de 
Lamport,  Northampton,  baronetti,  set.  16).  C.fft.  received 
as  C.  latter  half  of  1707,  restored  18  Aug.  1710.  Demy 
of  Magdalen,  1710—172.0.  B.A.  (Magd.)  29  Oct.  1711. 
M.A.  4  June,  1714.  D.C.L.  3  June,  1723.  -|F. 
1720—1736.  Bursar,  1726,  1732,  and  Vice-President, 


432  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1707. 

1731.     On  April  26,  1726,  he  was  defeated  in  a  contest 
for  the  post  of  Keeper  of  the  Archives. 

Fourth  son  of  Sir  Justinian  Isham.  Born  13  Dec.  1690,  and 
succeeded  his  brother  as  6th  Baronet  5  May,  17ff.  He  was 
knight  of  the  shire  for  Northampton  ;  died  s.p.  16  Dec.  1772. 

Henry  Morgan,  fft.  30  Oct.  1707  (fil.  Johannis  Morgan 
de  Peterchurch,  Hereford,  gen.  set.  17).  &.fff.  received 
as  (&.  in  the  latter  half  of  1707,  restored  Midsummer 
1711.  B.A.  2  June,  1711. 

Thomas  Abney.  fH.  2  Dec.  1707  (fil.  natu  minor,  Edvardi 
Abney  de  Wilsbey,  Derb.  Equitis,  set.  16).  <&M.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  in  the  latter  half  of  1707,  restored  11  Nov. 
1709. 

Keally  of  Willesley,  Leicestershire  ;  baptised  30  April,  1691. 

Sergeant  at  law  ;  Chairman  of  Quarter  Sessions  for  Middlesex  ; 

Baron  of  the  Exchequer  27  Nov.  1740  ;  Justice  of  Common 

Pleas  10  Feb.  1743  ;  died  May,  1750. 

Henry  Gerrard.  M.  2  Dec.  1707  (fil.  Gulielmi  Gerrard  de 
Brindle,  Lancastr.  gen.  set.  18).  dLJH.  received  as  <j£.  in 
the  latter  half  of  1707,  restored  15  July,  1715.  B.A. 
2  June,  1711. 

Francis  Thistlethwayt.  fH.  2  Dec.  1707  (fil.  Francisci 
Thistlethwayt  de  Cumpton,  Dorcestr.  arm.  set.  17). 
CJH.  received  as  (ft.  in  the  latter  half  of  1707,  taken  up 
for  Battels  12  July,  1714.  B.A.  3  July,  1711.  M.A. 

11  May,  1714. 

He  was  second  son  of  Francis  Thistlethwayt  by  Mary,  daughter 
and  coheiress  of  Robert  Pelham  of  Compton  Valence,  Dorset. 
He  died  6  July,  1714,  aged  25,  and  was  buried  at  Winterslow. 

Robert  Thistlethwayt.  M.  2  Dec.  1707  (fil.  Francisci 
Thistlethwayt  de  Winterslow,  Wilton,  arm.  set.  16).  OLfE. 
received  as  OL  latter  half  of  1707,  restored  25  July,  1716. 
Elected  g>.  1712  (?  17J1).  B.A.  29  Feb.  1711.  M.A. 

12  June,  1714.     B.  and  D.D.  3  July,  1724.     Elected  dF. 
1715.     Elected  Catechist  1719;  Bursar  1720  and  1721 ; 
Sul-Warden  1722  and  1723.     On   the   resignation    of 


1707-08.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  433 


Dr.  Baker,  Bishop  of  Bangor,  he  was  elected 
1724,  and  on  7  May  the  Warden  had  leave  of  absence 
for  two  months,  "small-pox  being  still  rife  in  Oxford." 
Prebendary  of  Westminster  16  May,  1730.  He  resigned 
the  Wardenship  22  Feb.  I7ff  by  a  document  dated  "in 
the  Wardens  lodgings,"  but  Samuel  Bush  the  Sub- 
Warden  notes  that  the  resignation  did  not  reach  his 
hands  till  20  March. 

Gutch  says  that  "  he  retired  beyond  the  seas  where  he  died, 
and  being  brought  over  about  the  year  1743,  was  buried  at 
Dover,"  where  among  the  burials  in  the  parish  of  St.  Mary  the 
Virgin,  his  burial  is  recorded  on  4  Feb.  1744  with  the  addition 
"he  died  at  Boulogne."  One  of  this  name  was  Kector  of 
Winterslow  from  1722  to  1739. 

John  Ailsworth.  fft.  2  Feb.  17$£-  (fil.  Thomse  Ailsworth 
de  Welsbourn,  Vigorn.,gen.  set.  16).  CJH.  received  as  (JT» 
in  the  first  half  of  1708,  restored  24  July,  1714.  Good- 
ridge  Exhibitioner  (Aylworth)  1709,  1710. 

George  Thomas.  M.  2  Feb.  I7ff  (fil.  Christian  Thomas 
de  Weston,  Dorcestr.  gen.  a?t.  18).  ("Lift,  received  as  (ft. 
in  the  first  half  of  1708,  restored  by  Bursar  Harrison, 
20  March,  —  . 

Moses  Porster.  M.  12  March,  I7g|-  (fil.  Gulielmi  Forster 
de  Auler,  Somerset,  pleb.  aet.  17).  (JT.fft.  received  as 
Servitor  in  the  first  half  of  1708,  restored  26  March,  1716. 
B.A.  13  Oct.  1711. 

?  of  Aller  or  of  Long-  Auler  in  Creech  St.  Michael.  Probably 
Moses  Foster,  B.A.,  Vicar  of  Long  Sutton,  Somerset,  4  Oct. 
1728,  where  he  was  buried  4  Sept.  1753. 


1708. 

'homas  Grove.  C.fH.  received  as  OL  in  the  first  half  of 
1708,  increased  22  Nov.  1708,  taken  up  for  Battels  in 
part  by  Bursar  Harrison,  and  in  part  in  ?  1720. 

Thomas  Grove,  son  of  Thomas  Grove  of  Cerne,  Dorset,  and 
Zeals,  Wilts,  was  born  1688,  and  died  1750  s.p. 

F   F 


434  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1708. 

Hawkins  Chapman.  C.fft.  received  as  <£.  in  the  first 
half  of  1708,  restored  by  Bursar  Willett,  29  Oct.  —  . 

Abbott.  (E.fft.  received  as  (£.  10  Nov.  1708,  restored 
14  April,  1712.  Possibly  John  Abbot,  B.A.  New  Inn 
Hall,  8  April,  1712. 


Sir  Hibs.  Remainder  of  &M.  as  <£.  received  25  March, 
17&|,  taken  up  for  Battels  by  Bursars  Harrison  and 
Whaley. 


William  Speake.  m.  26  March,  1708  (fil.  G.  S.  de  Asthill, 
Somerset,  arm.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  in  the  first 
half  of  1708,  taken  up  for  Battels  between  1710  and 
1713.  B.C.L.  (Speke)  14  July,  1715. 

Son  of  William  Speake  1680  ;  Rector  of  Staple  Fitzpaine, 
Somerset,  16  May,  1727  ;  Vicar  of  Ilminster,  Somerset,  3  Nov. 
1729. 

William  Bragge.  ffl.  27  March,  1708  (fil.  G.  B.  de  North 
Perrott,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18).  (E.fH.  received  as  ^t.  in 
the  first  half  of  1708,  restored  by  Bursar  Harrison, 
9  April,  — .  B.A.  13  Oct.  1711. 

Edward  Middleton.  ffl.  27  March,  1708  (fil.  Roberti 
Middleton,  de  Chapel  le  frith,  Derb.  pleb.  set.  18).  C.fH. 
received  as  Servitor  in  the  first  half  of  1708,  restored 
28  Feb.  1717.  B.A.  13  Oct.  1711. 

William  Hallett.  f&.  27  March,  1708  (fil.  Johannis  Hallett 
de  Netherbury,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  19).  C.fH.  received 
as  Servitor  in  the  first  half  of  1708,  restored  by  Bursar 
Willett,  26  Oct.  — .  B.A.  (Hallet)  12  March,  1712. 

William  Ployer.  ffi.  27  March,  1708  (fil.  Antonii  Floyer 
de  Charmouth,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  17).  <£.£H.  received  as 
OL  in  the  first  half  of  1708,  restored  28  Feb.  1717. 
B.A.  8  April,  1712.  M.A.  (Edm.  Hall)  22  Feb.  1714. 

Rector  of  Truaham,   Devon,  where  lie  was  buried  in  Sept. 
1742. 


1708.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  435 

William  Gould.  IE.  17  May,  1708  (fil.  Johannis  Gould  de 
Alford,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18).  C  JflL  received  as  Servitor 
in  the  first  half  of  1708,  increased  as  B.A.  19  Oct.  1710, 
restored  15  Dec.  1713.  B.A.  17  Jan.  1711.  M.A. 
1  June,  1715.  One  Sir  Gould  paid  £1  Is.  Qd.  &JH.  as 
Servitor,  19  Nov.  1714,  which  was  restored  30  June,  — . 

Carew  Reynell.  ffi.  20  May,  1708  (fil.  Johannis  Reynell 
de  Westholton,  Line.,  cler.  set.  18).  Migrated  to  Corpus 
where  he  was  admitted  "discipulus"  (i.e.  Scholar) 
20  July,  1708,  and  "  Scholaris"  (i.e.  Junior  Fellow),  1716. 
B.A.  17  Jan.  1711.  M.A.  9  March,  1714.  B.D.  10  July, 
1724. 

William  Derby,  ffl.  10  July,  1708  (fil.  Benjamin  Derby 
de  Blandford,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  18).  (&M.  received  as 
Servitor,  27  July,  1708,  restored  by  Bursar  Willett, 
17  Oct.  — . 

Apparently   son   of   Benjamin   Derby   16f£,  and  brother  of 
Christopher  17Jf,  and  Edward  1717. 

Joseph  Brand,  ffi.  10  July,  1708  (fil.  Jos.  Brand  de 
Springfield,  Essex,  arm.  get.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  <£. 
in  the  first  half  of  1708,  restored  1  Feb.  17J|,  Good- 
ridge  Exhibitioner,  1709,  1710. 

Thomas  Cox.  ffl.  17  July,  1708  (til.  Petri  Cox  de  Oxon, 
gen.  set.  15).  &M.  received  as  OL  19  July,  1708, 
restored  by  Bursar  Harrison,  1  July,  — .  Probably 
Thomas  Cox,  B.A.  (Merton)  20  March,  1711.  M.A. 
26  Oct.  1714.  B.M.  5  May,  1720.  D.M.  27  Oct.  1730. 

Brother  of  George  Cox  17^. 

Arthur  Onslow.  ftt.  12  Oct.  1708  (fil.  Foot  Onslow  de 
Kensington,  Middlesex,  arm.  get.  17).  <£.£H.  received  as 
dF.<£.  23  Aug.  1708,  restored  by  Bursar  Harrison, 
24  July,  — . 

Born  1  Oct.  1691.  Recorder  of  Guildford  and  Member  for  that 
town  1719  ;  Member  for  Surrey  1727.  Elected  Speaker  of  the 
House  of  Commons  in  the  first  Parliament  of  George  II.  ; 

F   F   2 


436  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1708. 

Sworn  of  the  Privy  Council  25  July,  1728  ;  Chancellor  and 
Keeper  of  the  Great  Seal  to  Queen  Caroline  13  May,  1729. 
He  continued  Speaker  in  fi\re  Parliaments  till  1761  ;  died 
15  Oct.  1768.  He  was  ancestor  of  the  present  Earls  of  Onslow. 
His  portrait  hangs  in  the  College  Hall. 

John  Garnet  Stephen,  fa.  12  Oct.  1708  (fil.  J.  S.  de 
Chistlehurst,  Cant.,  arm.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  dF,(£. 
(Stevens)  2  Oct.  1708,  restored  16  Dec.  1710. 

Robert  G-uillym.  j|H.  12  Oct.  1708  (fil.  Gulielmi  Guillym 
de  Llangarron,  Hereford,  gen.  set.  15).  (£.fSL  received  as 
OL  13  Aug.  1708,  restored  27  Sept.  1710. 

Samuel  Hutchins.  f&.  12  Oct.  1708  (fil.  S.  H.  de  South 
Cadbury,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  (£.fft.  received  as  <£. 
14  Oct.  1708,  taken  up  for  Battels  in  1710. 

John  Slatter.  m.  22  Oct.  1708  (fil.  J.  S.  de  Eaton, 
Buck.,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  OL  9  Oct.  1708, 
restored  10  Oct.  1717.  Elected  £,.  1712.  B.A.  25  Oct. 
1712.  M.A.  10  May,  1715.  He  continued  to  receive 
his  Stipend  till  1717. 

Thomas  Taylor,  fft.  15  Nov.  1708  (fil.  Johannis  Taylor 
de  Battle,  Sussex,  pleb.  set.  18).  OHetk  from  1708  to 
1711.  C.£H.  received  as  Clerk,  8  Feb.  17-J-g-,  restored  by 
Bursar  Harrison,  27  June,  — .  B.A.  20  June,  1712. 
M.A.  6  July,  1722. 

Escourt  Giles.  ffi.  15  Nov.  1708  (fil.  Johannis  Giles  de 
Newenton,  Wilton,  cler.  set.  16).  CJft.  received  as  (ft. 
24  Nov.  1708  (part),  and  19  Oct.  1710,  taken  up  for 
Battels,  3  July,  1712.  B.A.  (Estcourt  Gyles)  of  New  Inn 
Hall,  12  May,  1712. 

John  Chaundler.  f«.  15  Nov.  1708  (fil.  J.  C.  de  Camps- 
ford,  i.e.  Kempsford,  Gloucestr.  gen.  set.  15).  C.iH. 
received  as  OL  22  Nov.  1708,  taken  up  for  Battels,  1720. 
B.A.  (Chandler)  17  Dec.  1712.  '  M.A.  16  June,  1715. 
1718, 1719.  (JT.fH.  of  Mr.  Chaunter,  sic,  received 


1708-09.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  487 

5  Aug.  1719,  taken  up  for  Battels,  28  March,  1720.    He 
succeeded  John  Baker  as  Junior  Proctor  in  1719. 

Gainsford  Christmas.  fH.  1  March,  I7gf  (fil.  Henrici 
Christmas  de  Itching,  Hampton,  cler.  a3t.  17).  (£.f$L 
received  as  Jf.(£.  28  January,  I7gf,  paid  over  by 
Bursar  Harrison,  10  March,  — . 


17O9. 

Mr.  Taylor.     C.fft.  received  as  Gentleman  <£.,  sic,  5  Aug. 
1709,  restored  10  Nov.  1712. 


Samuel  Betton.  £H.  29  March,  1709  (fil.  Edvardi  Betton 
de  Shrewsbery,  Salop,  pleb.  set.  17).  <!LfH.  received  as 
Servitor  19  April,  1709,  restored  16  Nov.  1713. 

Francis  Newman.  £H.  29  March,  1709  (fil.  F.  N.  de 
North  Cadbury,  Somerset,  arm.  set.  16).  &.JH.  received 
as  $.<&.  17  M^arch,  1709,  paid  over  28  May,  1712. 

Henry  Rhodes.  fH.  6  April,  1709  (fil.  H.  R.  de  Londin., 
gen.  set.  16).  <2LfH.  received  as  (£.  4  April,  1709,  taken 
up  for  Battels  19  June,  1714.  B.A.  25  Oct.  1712. 

Thomas  Buckler.  fH.  6  April,  1709  (fil.  Humfredi  Buckler 
de  Badcombe,  Somerset,  cler.  a3t.  16).  &JK,  received  as 
OL  17  March,  17%f,  taken  up  for  Battels  10  Dec,  1713. 
B.A.  23  March,  1712. 

Vicar  of  Batcombe,  Somerset,  28  Oct.  1724  ;  died  about  1726. 

Henry  Wood.  £H.  13  April,  1709  (fil.  H.  W.  de  Lullum 
Cant.,  gen.  set.  17).  C.iftfL  received  as  (0*.  30  April, 
1709,  restored  26  Aug.  1715.  B.A.  9  Dec.  1712.  M.A. 
9  July,  1715. 

John  Preist.  JH.  13  April,  1709  (fil.  Simonis  Preist  de 
Beesly,  i.e.  Bisley,  Gloucestr.  cler.  aet.  18).  C.fH.  received 


438  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1709. 

as  Servitor  30  April,  1709,  restored  23  Nov.  1713.    B.A. 
(Priest)  17  Deo.  1712. 

Brother  of  Secundus  Isaac  Preist 


William  Sanford.  ffi.  13  April,  1709  (fil.  G.  S.  de  Exon., 
Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  Ql.M.  received  as  OR.  29  March, 
I7$f,  sic,  restored  2  Oct.  1716.  B.A.  (Sandford)  30  Oct. 
1712.  M.A.  16  June,  1715. 

Thomas  Lewis,  m.  25  May,  1709  (fil.  T.  L.  de  Radnor, 
arm.  set.  17).  (Lftt.  received  as  dF.OL  24  May,  1709, 
restored  by  Bursar  Willett  27  July,  —  . 

John   Chamberlaine.      ffl.    25   May,  1709  (fil.  Edmundi 
Chamberlaine  de  Maugesbury,  Gloucestr.  arm.  set.  16). 
.  received  as  (ft.  19  May,  1709,  restored  by  Dr.  Baker. 


In  the   church   at   Stow  is  a    mural    monument   with   this 
inscription  : 

H.  S.  E. 

Johannes  Chamberlayne 

Filius  natu  maximus  Edmundi  Chamberlayne 

De  Maugersbury  in  Com.  Glocestrensi  Armig.  et 

Uxoris  ejus  Emmse  filise  Prsenobilis  Jacobi  Domini  Chandos 

Baronis  de  Sudely 

Antiquissimae  familise 

Quamdiu  vixerit  decus, 

Per  duodecim  fere  annos  unica  spes 

Et  proli  ex  ejusdem  demum  Parentibus  Ortse  optimum  Exemplum. 

Oxonii  in  Collegio  Wadhamensi  bonis  Literis 

Et  virtutis  prseceptis  institutus 

In  Templi  interioris  Hospitio 

Patriis  legibus  fideliter  studuit 

Hisce  dotibus  ornatus  a  Burgensibus 

De  Eye  in  Com.  Sussex  ad  Parliamentum 

Electus  erat  vicesimo  primo  JEt.  anno. 

Mense  Februarii  1713  —  14  ad  peregrinas  sedes  invisendas  processit 
Ut  nihil  generoso  Animo  deesset 

Vel  quod  ipsi  ornamento 
Vel  quo  ipse  Aliis  esset  Prsesidio 
Sed  Eheu  !  Parisiis  Sphaselo  (?  sphacelo)  correptus 


1709.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  439 

Desiderium  sui  reliquit  omnibus  bonis, 

Parentibus  prsecipue  et  suis. 

Quicquid  matura  ingenij  vis  et  summa  potuit  industria 

Optimus  juvenis  Patrise  Foro  et  Senatui  promisit ; 

Quicquid  severa  potuit  Keligionia  Reverentia 

Pientlssimus  filius  Ecclesiae  reddidit  Matri. 

Hisce  Artibus  hac  pietatis  disciplina 

Nobilitatem  veram  adeptus. 

Et  vivere  didicit  et  mori. 

Nat.  Mart.  30,  1693.     Obijt  Julij  31,  1714 

Pridie  illius  Diei 
(Mcestissimse  Britannis  ^Erae) 

Qua  interiit 
Anna  Principum  Optima. 

Rudder,  p.  706, 

Edmund  Doughty,  fH.  25  May,  1709  (fil.  Robert!  Doughty 
de  St.  Mary  le  Bow,  Loiidin.,  gen.  set.  16).  <£Jft.  re- 
ceived as  (£.  (Dowdy)  5  May,  1709,  increased  to  JfM. 

12  Oct.  1711,  taken  up  for  Battels  1715. 

Roger  Harris,  ift.  25  May,  1709  (fil.  Samuelis  Harris  de 
Thurston,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  17).  <£JH.  received  as 
Servitor  22  June,  1709,  restored  25  Oct.  1713.  B.A. 
27  Feb.  1712. 

Samuel  Snooke.  ffl.  25  May,  1709  (fil.  S.  S.  de  Dorchester, 
Dorcestr.,  pleb.  set.  17).  C.ilH,  received  as  Servitor 

13  May,  1709,  taken  up  for  Battels  1715.     B.A.  25  Feb. 
1712.     M.A.  3  Nov.  1715. 

Henry  Costard.  £H,  22  June,  1709  (fil.  Edvardi  Costard 
de  Hinxham,  Buck.,  gen.  aet.  16).  (&.M.  received  as  (ft. 
22  June,  1709,  restored  3  Dec.  1719.  Goodridge  Ex- 
hibitioner 1710.  Elected  £.  1713.  B.A.  1  Dec.  1713. 
M.A.  25  June,  J717.  B.M.  4  July,  1720.  D.M.  17  June, 
1736.  Elected  J(F.  1718.  Elected  Moderator  of  Philosophy 
1719,  1722,  1726;  Humanity  Lecturer  1720;  Librarian 
1721,  1725. 

His  portrait  is  in  Dr.  Griffith's  Collection  of  Engravings. 


440  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1709. 

Richard  Cox.  &L.  9  July,  1709  (fil.  R.  C.  de  Cane,  i.e. 
Calne,  Wilton,  arm.  set.-  16).  C.iffl.  received  as  (ft. 
15  July,  1709,  restored  10  Oct.  1715. 

William  Paul.  m.  16  July,  1709  (fil.  Roberti  Paul  de 
Hinton  St.  George,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  18).  C.JH.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  15  July,  1709,  and  19  Oct.  1710, 
restored  3  July,  1714,  and  3  Oct.  1715.  B.A.  25  July, 
1714. 

Thomas  Smyth,  m.  30  Oct.  1709  (fil.  Gulielmi  Smyth, 
gen.  aet.  16).  <£JR.  received  as  (ft.  1  Nov.  1709,  taken 
up  for  Battels,  Lady  Day  and  Midsummer  1715.  Good- 
ridge  Exhibitioner  1712,  1713. 

Thomas  Edwards.  £H.  17  Dec.  1709  (fil.  T.  E.  de  Hoi- 
brook,  Somerset,  gen.  aet.  18).  C.fft.  received  as  (ft. 

25  Nov.  1709,  and  17  Feb.  I7f£    taken  up  for  Battels 

26  Jan.  1714.    B.A.  17  Dec.  1713. 

Richard  Chaundler.  ffi.  17  Dec.  1709  (fil.  Johannis 
Chaundler  de  Edmiston,  Wilton,  arm.  set.  17).  ODJK. 
received  as  Gentleman,  (ft.  sic  (Richard  Chaundler 
Young),  9  Nov.  1709. 

John  Leaves.  £H.  2  March,  l7°-£  (fil.  J.  L.  de  Crowkern, 
Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  CJft.  received  as  (ft.  28  Feb. 
17°£,  restored  5  July,  1717.  Elected  &  1712.  B.A. 
10  Nov.  1713.  M.A.  6  June,  1717.  Elected  Jf.  1717. 
Elected  Humanity  Lecturer  1719,  1721;  Dean  1720, 
1725,  1727;  Librarian  1723;  Catechist  1724,  1728, 
1732 ;  Bursar  1726  ;  Sub- Warden  1729, 1730, 1731.  On 
23  Nov.  1723,  he  was  nominated  to  Hockley  Vicarage, 
but  he  resigned  it  before  his  year  of  grace  was  out. 

Daniel  Buckler,  fH.  16  March,  17$J  (fil.  Edvardi  Buckler 
de  Warminster,  Wilton,  pleb.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
(ft.  3  March,  l7°-f,  restored  19  May,  1710. 


1710.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  441 


171O. 

Samuel  Key.  (E.fH.  received  as  Servitor  17  Oct.  1710, 
restored  3  March,  I7f|.  OHetfc  1711  to  1713.  B.A. 
19  Jan.  1713. 

Honourable  William  Grevil.  &M.  received  as  JfM. 
26  Jan.  I7f° ,  taken  up  for  Battels,  10  Dec.  1720.  Right 
Honourable  William  Grevil  Lord  Brooke,  created  M.A. 
4  Nov.  1712. 

He  was  second  son  of  Francis,  son  of  Fulk,  Lord  Brooke  :  he 
succeeded  his  elder  brother,  who  died  at  University  College  in 
Feb.  n}°.  He  himself  died  aged  32  on  28  July,  1727.  He 
was  direct  ancestor  of  the  present  Lord  Brooke,  Earl  of 
Warwick. 

Hearne  speaks  of  him  as  "  a  young,  debauched,  rakish  man, 
but  under  the  care  of  an  excellent  tutor  Mr.  Willet,  a  gentle- 
man of  great  integrity,  and  a  good  scholar"  (25  Feb.  1711). 


John  Mitchell,  m.  27  March,  1710  (fil.  J.  M  de  Langport, 
Somerset,  gen.  set.  17).  £.Jft.  received  as  (ft.  15  March, 
17^,  restored  11  July,  1718.  B.A.  (Michell)  13  Oct. 
1713. 

Probably    John    Michell,    B.A.,   Vicar    of    Huish    Episcopi, 
Somerset,  24  Dec.  1722. 

Robert  Dixon.     £H.  31  March,  1710  (fil.  Gulielmi  Dixon  de 
Londin.,  gen.  set.  16).     C.fH.  received  (Dickson)  as 
21  March, 


Richard  Raw.  fH.  20  May,  1710  (fil.  Edvardi  Raw  de 
Sevington,  Somerset,  p]eb.  set.  18).  (E.JH.  received  as  <£. 
22  May,  and  17  Oct.  1710,  restored  3  July,  1717.  Good- 
ridge  Exhibitioner  1710.  Elected  £.  1711.  B.A.  15  March, 
1713.  M.A.  25  June,  1717.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1715. 
Elected  Jf.  1716  ;  he  received  his  last  Stipend  at  Lady 
1718. 


442  WARDEN      DUNSTER.  [1710. 

Edward  Chapman.  fft.  13  May,  1710  (fil.  Edvardi  Chapman 
de  Gilsborough,  Northampton,  pleb.  set.  16).  (£.£H. 
received  as  Servitor,  19  Oct.  1710,  restored  in  part  Aug. 
1718,  and  in  part  taken  up  for  Battels,  13  May,  1720. 
B.A.  15  March,  1713.  M.A.  29  Oct.  1716. 

William  Hunt.  £H.  26  June,  1710  (fil.  Gulielmi  Hunt  de 
Whitchurch,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
19  Oct.  1710,  and  again  29  Jan.  I7|f.  Elected  £.  1711. 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1712,  1714,  1715,1716.  B.A. 
13  May,  1714.  M.A.  27  Nov.  1717.  Elected  $.  1717. 
Elected  Dean,  1719.  Librarian,  1720,  1724.  Bursar, 
1721,  1722,  1726,  1727.  He  resigned  his  JF.  30  June, 
1733,  but  on  6th  Dec.  1736,  he  had  not  settled  his  ac- 
counts with  the  College  which  are  again  noticed  as 
unsettled  17  Sept.  1737. 

He  was  presented  in  1733  to  the  (donative)  Rectory  of  Baunton 
(Bothenharnpton)  by  the  Countess  of  Abingdon. 

Story  King.  fH.  8  July,  1710  (fil.  Francisci  King  de 
Londin.,  pleb.  aet.  16).  <2Li!H.  received  as  (ft.  19  Oct. 
1710. 

Daniell  Leighton.  JR.  20  Oct.  1710  (fil.  Edvardi  Leighton 
de  Wattlesborough,  Salop,  baronetti  a3t.  16).  &JH.  re- 
ceived as  Gentleman  (ft.  sic,  19  Oct.  1710,  and  paid  over 
to  William  Booth. 

He  was  a  younger  son  of  the  first  Baronet ;  born  1694  ;  be- 
came a  lieutenant-colonel  in  the  army,  and  died  1765.  See 
Francis  Leighton  1713. 

George  Coningsby.  fft.  20  Oct.  1710  (fil.  Thomse  Coningsby 
de  Swinton,  Her.,  gen.  get.  17).  C.JH.  received  as  (ft. 
19  Oct.  1710,  and  paid  over  to  William  Booth,  2  July, 
1717.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1712.  Elected  &.  1713. 
B.A.  25  June,  1714.  M.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall)  5  July,  1717. 
B.  and  D.D.  (Balliol)  7  July,  1739.  He  received  his  last 
Stipend  as  &.  Midsummer,  171 7.  He  was  admitted  (ft. 
of  Balliol,  5  July,  1739,  from  St.  Mary  Hall,  being  the 
fourth  son  of  Thomas  Coningsby,  of  Grendon  Court, 
Hereford. 


1710.3  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  443 

George  Wellington.  f&.  20  Oct.  1710  (fil.  Georgii  Wel- 
lington de  Civ.  Londin.,  gen.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received  as 
Or.  19  Oct.  1710. 

William  Stephens.  M.  20  Oct.  1710  (fil.  Nicolai  Stephens 
de  Hilrner  Her.  pleb.  set.  17).  (JLfH.  received  as  Servitor, 
19  Oct.  1710,  restored  10  March,  17H-  B.A.  25  June, 
1714. 

William  Pawlett.  fH.  27  Oct.  1710  (fil.  G.  P.  de  Londin., 
arm.  set.  17).  C.fft.  received  as  Gentleman  (ft.  sic,  17  Aug. 
1710,  restored  21  July,  1716. 

John  Hoskins  Gifford.  ffc.  7  Dec.  1710  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Gitford  de  Beminster,  Dorcestr.  arm.  aet.  17).  C.iH. 
received  as  (ft.  19  Oct.  1710,  restored  18  Jan.  1714. 

Baptised  at  Beaminster  1692. 

Thomas  Rawlins.  fft.  18  Dec.  1710  (fil.  T.  R.  de  Saperton, 
Gloucestr.  pleb.  set.  19).  &JBL  received  as  Servitor, 
19  Oct.  1710,  increased  to  (ft.  21  March,  17-H»  restored 
18  Nov.  1718.  B.A.  (Rawlings)  15  June.  1714. 

Thomas  Whorwood.  m.  10  Feb.  I7f?  (fil.  T.  W.  de 
Holton,  Oxon.,  arm.  set.  16).  (EJH.  received  as  dF.(ft. 
3  May,  1711,  restored  25  June,  1729. 

Secundus  Isaac  Preist.  m.  22  Feb.  17^  (fil.  Simonis 
Preist  de  Pisley,  i.e.  Bisley,  Gloucestr.  cler.  set.  16).  OTJK. 
received  as  Servitor  20  Feb.  17  H,  taken  up  for  Battels, 
Midsummer,  1715.  B.A.  9  March,  1714. 

Brother  of  John  Preist  1709. 

John  Brice.  ffi.  19  March,  I7j?  (fil.  Worthington  Brice 
de  Shepton  Mallet,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  18).  (&.M.  received 
as  (ft.  24  Feb.  17f°-,  taken  up  for  Battels,  Aug.  1719. 
B.A.  25  Feb.  1714.  M.A.  30  May,  1718. 

Robert  Holton.  ffl.  19  March,  17|?  (fil.  Robeiti  Holton 
de  Moncton,  Dorcestr.  cler.  a>t.  17).  C.ffl.  received  as  (ft. 


444  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1710-11. 

20    March,  I7f°,  restored    10    March,  1715  (Houlton). 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1712,  1713.     B.A.  29  Oct.  1714. 

Probably  Robert  Holton,  Rector  of  Penselwood,  Somerset, 
19  Dec.  1719  ;  Vicar  of  Middle  Chinock,  Somerset,  20  June, 
1732  ;  resigned  1737,  when  apparently  he  became  Vicar  of 
Milton  Clevedon,  Somerset  (16  Sept.  1737),  which  he  vacated 
before  1754 :  all  these  livings  were  in  the  gift  of  the 
Strangways. 

Richard  Rogers.  |H.  19  March,  17-}-?-  (fil.  Johannis  Rogers 
de  Blandford,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  19).  £.fft.  received  as 
Servitor,  21  March,  17!?-,  restored  18  Nov.  1718.  B.A. 
16  Dec.  1714. 

George  Cox.  &L  24  March,  17^  (fil.  Petri  Cox  de  Oxon., 
gen.  set.  15).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  22  March,  I7i-?-,  paid 
over  by  Bursar  Harrison,  23  July,  — .  Demy  of  Magdalen, 
1714—1721.  B.A.  10  Nov.  1715.  M.A.  11  July,  1718. 
B.D.  13  April,  1728.  Jf.  1721—1732.  Junior  Dean  of 
Arts,  1727.  Senior  Dean  of  Arts,  1728.  'Bursar,  1729. 

Eector  of  Candlesby,  Line.  5  Nov.  1725  ;  died  15  May,  1732. 
Brother  of  Thomas  Cox  1708. 

Edward  Smith,  m.  24  March,  I7f?  (fil.  E.  S.  de  Fraster, 
i.e.  Frocester,  Gloucestr.  cler.  set.  17).  (£.fH.  received  as 
(ft.  21  March,  I7f?-,  restored  2  Aug.  1717.  B.A.  1  Dec. 
1714.  M.A.  5  July,  1717.  CJflL  again  received  as  (ft. 
31  March,  1718,  restored  9  March,  17|f.  (fttjaplattt  1719. 
He  took  the  Oaths  on  20th  of  April :  he  apparently 
received  his  last  Stipend,  Michaelmas,  1721. 

Edward  Smith  was  appointed  Vicar  of  Frocester  1692,  and  was 

there  in  1712. 


1711 

William  Horsey.  C.ffl.  received  as  (ft.  18  June,  1711,  re- 
paid to  Robert  Houlton  (see  I7y°).  Goodridge  Ex- 
hibitioner 1712,  1713. 


1711.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  445 

William  Mytton.  fH.  27  April,  1711  (fil.  Richard!  Mytton 
de  Halston,  Salop,  arm.  set.  16).  £.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
7  May,  1711.  B.A.  25  Feb.  1714.  M.A.  16  Oct.  1717. 

Third  son :  subsequently  Rector  of  Habberley,  Salop ;  an 
eminent  antiquary  ;  died  1746. 

John  Sutton.  fH.  9  May,  1711  (fil.  Thomse  Sutton  de  Ins., 
Jamaica,  arm.  set.  16).  (JT.fH.  received  as  Jf.Gt.  27  April, 
1711,  restored  20  June,  1716. 

Benjamin  Melliar.  (?  Mac  Lear.)  fH.  15  May,  1711  (fil. 
Jacobi  Melliar  de  Katcott,  Somerset,  pleb.  a3t.  16).  C.fH. 
received  as  Servitor  11  May,  1711,  taken  up  for  Battels 
in  1715.  Orierfc  1712—1714.  B.A.  4  April,  1715. 

Vicar  of  Dodington,  Somerset,  23  April,  1718,  and  of  Kilton, 
Somerset,  7  June,  1722.  He  took  his  M.A.  at  Emanuel 
College,  Cambridge,  1723,  and  became  Rector  of  Bawdrip, 
Somerset,  19  Sept.  1723.  All  three  livings  were  vacant  by  his 
death  in  1727. 

John  Sadler.  £H.  15  May,  1711  (fil.  Thomse  Sadler  de 
Chilton,  Wilton,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  <E, 
11  May,  1711,  restored  in  part  2  Dec.  1719;  part  taken 
up  for  Battels,  Lady  Day,  1720.  B.A.  25  Feb.  1714. 
M.A.  19  Nov.  1717.  B.M.  9  May,  1722. 

George  Reynell.     fft.  20  June,  1711  (fil.  Edmundi  Reynell 

de  Sh ford,  Devon,  arm.  set.  17).     C.fft.  received  as 

J;.4L  28  June  1711,  restored  5  Oct.  1711.  In  Hearne's 
Diary,  18  July,  (Wed.),  1711,  it  is  recorded  :  "  On  Monday 
morning  one  Mr.  Reynalds,  a  Gentleman  Commoner  of 
Wadham  College,  of  about  3  weeks  standing,  was 
drowned  by  Ferry  Hinksey,  he  being  washing  himself 
but  not  able  to  swim." 


Thomas  Cheu  Cart.  £B.  9  July,  1711  (fil.  Jacobi  Cart  de 
St.  Mary  le  Bow.  Londin.,  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received 
as  (ft.  same  day,  his  receipt  (undated)  is  signed  Tho 
Cheu  Cart. 


446  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1711. 

John  Townsend.  m.  10  Oct.  1711  (fil.  J.  T.  de  Timpshell, 
Devon,  pleb.  set.  17).  <£.;$&.  received  as  Servitor  26  Oct. 
1711,  restored  17  Feb.  1716.  B.A.  16  June,  1715. 

William  Dodd.  flft.  26  Nov.  1711  (fil.  Henrici  Dodd  de 
Crickett,  Somerset,  cler.  get.  17).  &.JS.  received  as  (&. 
27  Nov.  1711,  restored  12  June,  1716.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1714,  1715.  B.A.  6  July,  1715. 

Hector  of  Charlton  Mackrell,  Somerset,  17  Oct.  1718.      He 
appears  to  have  taken  his  M.A.  at  Queens'  College,  Cambridge, 
1725,  and  to  have  been  instituted  to  the  Vicarage  of  Northover 
13  Aug.  1731,  and  again  to  Charlton   Mackrell,  20  Aug.  1731. 
Prebendary  of  Cudworth  (Wells),  1  Oct.  1735  ;  died  18  March, 
1760  :  buried  at  Charlton  Mackrell  with  this  monument  : 
Underneath  are  deposited 
The  Remains  of  the  late 
Rev.  Mr.  William  Dodd,  M.A. 
Rector  of  this  place  and  sole  Patron 
Of  the  Church,  Vicar  of  Northover,  and  Prebendary 
Of  Cudworth  and  Knowl  founded  in  the  Cathedral 

Church  of  St.  Andrew  in  Wells. 

He  departed  this  Life,  the  18th  day  of  March,  1760,  in  the 
69th  year  of  his  age. 
He  was  a  tender  Husband,  an  affectionate  Parent, 

A  cheerful  Companion,  and  a  sincere  Friend. 
He  perform'd  the  Business  of  his  Function  regularly, 

Decently,  and  with  seriousness  : 

And  his  Life  and  Conversation  were  not 

Inconsistent  with  his  Profession. 

Thomas  Twissell.     m.  9  Dec.  1711  (fil.  J.  T.  de  Bissle, 
Gloucestr.  pleb.  set.  22).     (JLfB.  received  as  (ft.  25  Feb. 
taken  up  for  Battels  1715.     B.A.  16  June,  1715. 


Richard  Dyer.  M.  12  March,  17H  (nj-  B-  D-  de  Woodland, 
Devon,  arm.  set.  16).  dT.iH.  received  6  March,  I7|i-, 
restored  23  July,  1714. 


1712.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  447 


1712. 

John  Spencer.  C.fH.  received  as  (ft.  27  Nov.  1712,  restored 
14  Dec.  1720.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1714.  Elected 
£>.  1715.  B.A.  12  July,  1716.  M.A.  14  May,  1719. 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner  as  £.  1716,  1717,  1718,  1719. 

Thomas  Taylor.  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor  10  Dec.  1712, 
restored  17  June,  1716. 


Thomas  Wheat.  f&.  31  March,  1712  (fil.  Thomse  Wheat 
de  Londin.,  Baronetti,  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  Jf.Qt. 
25  March,  1712. 

Eldest  son  of  Sir  Thomas  Wheate  of  Glympton,  Oxon.  first 
Baronet :  succeeded  his  father  25  Aug.  1721 :  died  s.p.m.  May, 
1746. 

James  Burton.  M.  4  April,  1712  (fil.  J.  B.  de  Sutton, 
Somerset,  cler.  set.  18).  C.JK.  received  as  (ft.  9  April, 
1712,  taken  up  for  Battels  3  March,  17ff-  B-A-  2$  Nov- 
1715. 

Probably  Rector  of  South  Cadbury  23  Sept.  1717  (resigned 
1720)  :  and  of  Weston  Bampfield,  Somerset,  16  Nov.  1723. 

John  Plowman.  M.  4  April,  1712  (fil.  Gulielmi  Plowman 
de  Steepleton,  Dorcestr.  cler.  set.  17).  CJH.  received  as 
4L  (Ploughman)  2  April,  1712,  restored  by  Bursar 
Whaley  12  March,  — .  Prohably  John  Plowman  ad- 
mitted 4L  of  Ch.  Ch.  13  March,  1713.  B.A.  17  May, 
1716. 

Henry  Newbery.  fft.  8  April,  1712  (fil.  Roberti  Newbery 
de  Doliss,  ?  Dowlish,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17).  <£Jft.  re- 
ceived as  Or,  9  April,  1712,  restored  15  Nov.  1713. 

Joseph  Case.  M.  8  April,  1712  (fil.  J.  C.  de  Seburu, 
?  Seaburrow,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17).  <£.ffl.  received  as 
Or,  9  April,  1712,  restored  24  Feb.  I7|f 


448  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1712. 

Robert  Sadler,  m.  10  April,  1712  (fil.  R  S.  de  Winford, 
Somerset,  cler.  set.  17).  (£.£H.  received  as  (ft.  9  April, 
1712,  taken  up  for  Battels  28  March  and  13  May,  1720. 
Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1714,  1715.  B.A.  29  Nov.  1715. 
M.A.  13  June,  1718. 

Robert  Bolton.     fH.  12  April,  1712.     £Jtt.  received  as  (ft. 

6  June  and  27  Oct.  1712,  taken  up  for  Battels  1719. 
Elected  S>.  1713.     B.A.  13  Oct.  1715.     M.A.  13  June, 
1718.     Elected  dF.  1718,  but  received  his  last  stipend 
Midsummer,  1719. 

Samuel  Finch,  ffi.  3  May,  1712  (fil.  Rogeri  Finch  de 
Shadeoake,  ?  Shelvock,  Salop,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  re- 
ceived as  (ft.  12  May,  1712,  paid  over  by  Bursar  Whaley. 

Edward  Harington.  fft.  7  May,  1712  (fil.  Johannis 
Harington  de  Kilson,  i.e.  Kelston,  Somerset,  arm.  set.  15). 
<&M.  received  as  (ft.  24  April,  1712,  restored  1721. 
B.A.  23  Feb.  1715.  M.A.  17  Nov.  1718.  B.M.  25  May, 
1722.  D.M.  7  July,  1726. 

He  was  the  sixth  son  of  his  father's  fourth  wife  :  practised 
medicine  at  Bath,  and  was  buried  at  Kelston  8  Aug.  1757. 

Patrick  Brisco.  fH.  7  May,  1712  (fil.  Roberti  Brisco  de 
Walbrook,  Londin.,  gen.  set.  16).  C.iJH.  received  (Briscoe) 

7  May,  1712,  restored   19   Nov.   1715,  when   he  signs 
Brisco. 

Robert  Pitt.  M.  3  June,  1712  (fil.  Christopheri  Pitt  de 
Blandford,  Dorcestr.  Doctoris,  set.  16).  C.ife.  received  as 
(ft.  31  May,  1712,  restored  7  July,  1720.  Elected  £. 
1714.  B.A.  16  Feb.  1715.  M.A.  22  Oct.  1718.  Elected 
Jf.  1719.  He  does  not  appear  to  have  held  any  offices. 
On  4  March,  I7f  f-,  there  is  a  note  about  a  debt  due  to 
the  College  from  Mr.  Pitt  and  others. 

Son  of  Christopher  Pitt  1680  (Hutchins,  IV.  90),  and  brother 
of  Christopher  Pitt  1718. 

John  Bragge.  fft.  5  June,  1712  (fil.  Gulielmi  Bragge  de 
Childhay,  Dorcestr.  gen.  a3t.  18).  (£.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
6  June,  1712,  restored  11  Nov.  1714. 

Possibly  son  of  William  Bragge  16 1  if. 


1712.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  449 

William  Speke.  fH.  5  June,  1712  (fil.  Gulielmi  Speke  de 
White  Lagginton,  Somerset,  arm.  set.  17).  £.fH.  received 
as  dF.OL  6  June,  1712,  restored  29  Sept.  1715.  Good- 
ridge  Exhibitioner  1714. 

Giles  Watkins.  ffl.  17  Nov.  1712  (fil.  Gulielmi  Watkins 
de  Stroud,  Gloucestr.  gen.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received  as  <£. 

11  Dec.  1712,  taken  up  for  Battels  in  1716,  &c. 

Peter  Stafford.  £fl.  18  Nov.  1712  (fil.  P.  S.  de  Wilson, 
Warwic.  pleb.  set.  16).  (ZLfH.  received  as  Servitor 

12  Aug.  1712,  restored  15  July,  1717. 

George  Turner.  £H.  26  Nov.  1712  (fil.  Johannis  Turner  de 
S.  Andr.  Holborn,  gen.  aet.  17).  QL.M.  received  as  (ft. 
24  Oct.  1712. 

Thomas  Farndon.  ffi.  (Furnden)  2  Dec.  1712  (fil.  Thomas 
Farndon  de  Eustie,  Warwic.  pleb.  set.  20).  C.fft.  received 
28  Nov.  1712,  restored  Lady  Day  1717.  ?  B.A. 
(Farington)  2  July,  1716. 

William  Cotesworth.  ffl.  9  Dec.  1712  (fil.  Gulielmi 
Cotesworth  de  Fanchurch  Vic.,  Londin.,  arm.  33t.  17). 
£.jim.  received  as  JfM.  16  Aug.  1712,  restored  29  June, 
1719. 

Henry  Dunster.  £H.  9  Dec.  1712  (fil.  Thomas  Dunster  de 
All  Saints,  Harford  Op.,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
j&.  29  Sept.  1712,  taken  up  for  Battels  3  March,  1719. 
Elected  g>.  1712.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1713,  1714, 
1715,  1716.  B.A.  12  July,  1716.  M.A.  (Merton) 
14  May,  1719. 

Son  of  Thomas  Dunster  1680. 

Anthony  Pool.  flj.  (?  Pook)  27  Feb.  17H  (fil.  Johannis 
Pool  de  Chalsington,  Somerset,  gen.).  C.fH.  received  as 
(ft.  same  day,  taken  up  for  Battels  3  March,  I7|f. 

Christopher  Derby.  fH.  23  March.,  l7-}-f  (fil.  Benjamini 
Derby  de  Blariford,  Dorcestr.  gen.  .set.  18).  C.ffl.  re- 
ceived as  Servitor  21  March,  I7|f,  restored  4  March, 
I7jf  B.A  12  Nov.  1716. 

Apparently  son   of   Benjamin  Derby  16 Z|,   and    brother    of 
William  1708,  and  Edward  1717. 

G  G 


450  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1713. 


1713. 

Mr.  Keate.  C.fH.  received  as  Gentleman  (ft.  sic,  in  the 
last  half  of  1713,  restored  20  April,  1716. 

John  Styles.  d.fffiL  received  as  (ft.  in  the  last  half  of  1713, 
restored  16  Nov.  1715,  replaced  the  next  day,  again 
restored  30  March,  1716. 

Moore.  C.fH.  received  as  (ft,  in  the  latter  half  of  1713, 
restored  1715.  On  March  4,  1724,  it  is  recorded  in  the 
Convention  Book  that  a  debt  was  due  from  Mr.  Moore. 


Edward  Bilston,  fflL  26  March,  1714  (fil.  Edvardi  Bilston 
de  "  Cirina  St.,"  Gloucestr.  gen.  aet.  17).  (£.£H.  received 
as  (ft.  24  March,  17f§>  restored  28  March,  1720.  Good- 
ridge  Exhibitioner  1713.  Elected  &.  1714.  B.A.  7  Nov. 
1716.  M.A.  2  Jane,  1719.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1717, 
1718.  Elected  Jf.  July,  1719.  Elected  Sub-dean.  1719, 
1720.  Moderator  of  Philosophy,  1721.  Catechist,  1722, 
On  29  June,  1723,  it  was  determined  that  "  Mr.  Bilstorie 
having  been  beneficed  more  than  a  year  should  cease  to- 
be  a  Fellow/' 

Thomas  Ball.  f&.  26  March,  1713  (fil.  T.  B.  de  Kington, 
Somerset,  pleb.  set.  20).  C.fH.  received  as  Servitor, 
24  March,  I7ff,  restored  27  March.  1717.  B,A.  7  Nov. 
1716.  M.A.  (Magdalen  Hall),  17  June,  1719. 

Edmund  Whorwood.  fft.  (Ev.  Whharwood)  26  March, 
1713  (fil.  Thomse  W.  de  Sukley,  gen.  set.  16).  OLfKL 
received  as  (ft.  same  dav,  restored  31  Oct.  1720. 
Elected  &.  1714.  B.A.  7  Nov.  1716.  M.A.  24  Nov.  1719, 
Elected  Jf.  July,  1719.  Elected  Moderator  of  Philosophy,, 
1720.  Humanity  Lecturer,  1722.  Bursar,  1723.  Sub- 
Warden,  1724.  Apparently  he  received  his  Last  Stipend 
at  Midsummer,  1725. 


1713.]  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  451 

George  Bowditch.  ffi.  28  March,  1713  (fil.  Johannis  Bow- 
ditch  de  Thorncombe,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  18).  C.fH.  received 
as  OL  30  March,  1713,  restored  2  July,  1719.  Elected 
£.  1713.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1717.  B.A.  7  Nov. 
1716.  M.A.  2  June,  1719.  Elected  Jf.  July,  1718. 
Elected  Librarian,  1719.  Catechist,  1720,  1721,  1725, 
1728  (vice  Upton),  1733,  1736,  1737.  Dean,  1722, 1726. 
On  30  Sept.  1735,  he  was  presented  to  the  Vicarage  of 
Southrop,  which  he  vacated  in  1741,  being  presented  to 
the  Rectory  of  Winterslow  in  the  diocese  of  Sarum,  on 
the  resignation  of  Robert  Thistlethwayte.  He  appears 
to  have  received  his  last  Stipend  as  Jf.  Midsummer, 
1739. 

He  remained  at  Winterslow  till  1745.  Rector  of  Compton 
Valence,  Dorset,  15  May,  1745  to  1748. 

Henry  Parsons.  JH.  13  June,  1713  (fil.  Thomse  Parsons  de 
Cubington,  Warwic.  pleb.  set.  16).  CJE.  received  as  OL 
same  day,  and  taken  up  for  Battels,  Aug.  1718.  B.A. 
22  May,  1717. 

Robert  Pester.  M.  25  June,  1713  (fil.  Roberti  Pester  de 
Kingston,  Somerset,  pleb.  a)t.  17).  C.fH.  received  as 
Servitor,  16  June,  1713,  taken  up  for  Battels,  Aug.  1718. 
B.A.  6  May,  1717. 

Vicar  of  Stawleigh,  Somerset,  26  Sept.  1720,  resigned  1728  ; 
Vicar  of  Stocklench  Ottersy  11  March,  1727,  where  his  signa- 
ture occurs  for  the  last  time  in  1756.  He  appears  to  have 
taken  his  M.A.  at  Queens'  College,  Cambridge,  in  1743. 

John  Barron.  £H.  14  July,  1713  (fil.  Nicolai  Barren  de 
Froster,  i.e.  Frocester,  Gloucestr.  pleb.  aet.  15).  (&.M. 
received  in  the  latter  half  of  1713,  restored  by  Bursar 
Girdler.  B.A.  10  May,  1717. 

John  Swinton.  £H.  16  July,  1713  (fil.  Johannis  Swinton 
de  Knotsford,  Cestr.  gen.  ast.  16).  <E.£H.  received  in  the 

^    latter  half  of  1713,  taken  up  for  Battels  in  1720.  Elected 
&.  1716,  he  took  the  Oaths  2  Oct.     B.A.  5  July,  1717. 
M.A.  16  May,  1720. 
G  G  2 
• 


452  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1713. 

Francis  Leighton.  fH.  18  July,  1713  (fil.  Edvardi  Leigh  ton 
de  Cardeston,  Salop,  gen.  aet.  16).  (£.£R.  received  in  the 
latter  half  of  1713,  taken  up  for  Battels,  1716.  Elected 
S>.  1714.  He  does  not  seem  to  have  graduated:  his 
Stipend  is  paid  for  the  last  time  at  Midsummer,  1720. 

Probably  brother  of  Daniel  Leighton  1710  :  (Cardeston  adjoins 
Wattlesborough,  but  Sir  Edward  Leighton  here  described  as 
Generosus  was  made  a  Baronet  in  1692  ;)  if  so  he  was  sub- 
sequently Lieutenant  General  and  Colonel  of  32nd  Regiment  : 
died  1773. 

Nathaniel  Bond.  £H.  20  Oct.  1713  (fil.  Richardi  Bond  de 
Stroud,  Gloucestr.  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  in  the 
latter  half  of  1713,  restored  12  Feb. 


Thomas  Rogers.  fH.  20  Oct.  1713  (fil.  --de  Frampton, 
Gloucestr.  gen.  set.  14).  (JLJH.  received  in  the  latter  half 
of  1713,  restored  28  March,  1720.  B.A.  5  July,  1717. 
M.A.  12  Dec.  1720. 

John  Cadenham.  This  entry  is  as  follows  in  the  Matric. 
Books  :  "  Dec.  16,  E.  Coll.  Wad.  17,  John,  Cadenham  in 
com.  Wilts  arm.  fil." 

Robert  Pye.  fH.  16  Feb.  I7£f  (fil.  Carol!  Pye  de  Darby 
civ.  baron  etti).  <£.fH.  received  as  JfM.  in  the  first  half 
of  1714,  restored  9  Dec.  1728.  B.A.  27  Nov.  1717. 
M.A.  9  July,  1720. 

Evidently  son  of  Sir  Charles  Pye  of  Hone,  Derby.  He  was  in 
Orders,  and  F.R.S.,  and  succeeded  his  elder  brother  Richard 
in  the  Baronetcy  1724,  but  died  unmarried  23  May,  1734,  when 
the  dignity  became  extinct.  Among  Dr.  Griffith's  pictures  is 
a  view  dedicated  to  Robert  Pye. 

William  Carells.  fH.  25  Feb.  17|f  (fil.  Thomas  Carells  de 
Torbrion,  Devon,  pleb.  set.  18).  <£.£H.  received  as  (ft.  in 
the  first  half  of  1714,  restored,  1718.  B.A  (Carell) 
24  May,  1717. 

Henry  Phillips.  £H.  25  Feb.  17|J-  (fil.  Johannis  Phillips 
de  Thuiiston,  Devon,  pleb.-  aet.  19).  CT.fH.  received  as 


1713.] 


WARDEN     DUNSTER. 


453 


Servitor  in  the  first  half  of  1714,  restored  28  Feb.  ]7-}-£, 
replaced  in  part  5  March,  1717,  restored  9  Dec.  1720. 
B.A.  14  Oct.  1717. 

John  Farnham.  £ft.  25  Feb.  1 7H  (fil.  Francisci  Farnham 
de  Misterton,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18).  CD.fft.  received  as 
Servitor  in  the  first  half  of  1714,  increased  to  OL  16  Sept. 

1715,  restored   2  July,  1719.     Goodridge  Fxhibitioner 

1716,  1717.     B.A.  14   Oct.  1717.     He  is  the  only  (£. 
who  appears  in  the  College  record  of  those  who  took  the 
Oaths  of  Allegiance,  &c.  required  after  the  accession  of 
George  I.,  which  he  did  at  Oxford  on  12  Jan. 


John  Taylor.  fH.  1  March,  I7^f  (fil.  Johannis  Taylor  de 
Brumham,  i.e.  Bromham,  Wilton,  cler.  set.  19).  C.fH. 
received  ns  <£.  in  the  first  half  of  1714,  restored  3  March, 
17-ff.  He  took  the  Oaths  of  Allegiance,  &c.  required 
after  the  accession  of  George  I.  at  New  Sarum  on  11  Jan. 
1715,  whence  I  infer  that  he  was  the  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  of  the  name  in  1715  and  1716. 

John  Bodley.  £H.  5  March,  !7}-f  (fil.  Gulielmi  Bodley  de 
Oxon.,  gen.  set.  16).  WH.  received  as  (ft.  in  the  first 
half  of  1714,  restored  30  April,  1718. 

William  Pitt.  fa.  9  March,  17-J4  (fil.  Samuelis  Pitt  de 
Londin.  arm.  set.  17).  <2L£H.  received  as  JF.OL  in  the 
first  half  of  1714,  restored  17  Dec.  1715. 

Philip  Speke.  fa.  9  March,  I7|f  (fil.  Gulielmi  Speke  de 
Jordon,  Somerset,  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  (£t. 
in  the  first  half  of  1714,  restored  10  Dec.  1720.  Elected  g>. 
1715.  B.A.  16  Oct.  1717.  M.A.  5  July,  172 1.  Goodridge 
Exhibitioner  1714,  and  as  £.  1718,  1719,  1720,  1721. 
He  first  appears  as  Jf.  in  1724  :  in  which  year  (Jan.  2) 
there  is  a  mention  of  a  debt  due  fro  n  Mr.  Speke  to  the 
College.  He  was  elected  Subdean,  1721.  Dean,  1723, 
1724.  Bursar  1725,  1730,  1731,  1732.  Sub-Warden, 
1726,  1727,  1728,  1735,  1736,1737.  Catechist,  1729. 
Librarian,  1738,  1739.  Junior  Proctor,  1726.  He  appears 
to  have  been  presented  to  the  Vicarage  of  West  Doulisli 


454  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1713. 

Somerset,  8  Feb.  1720.  On  6  Dec.  1736,  he  was  desired 
to  give  up  his  accounts  on  15  April,  1737.  On  5  June, 
1737,  Mr.  Thomas  (Bursar)  or  Mr.  Stone,  or  both  of  them 
were  desired  to  consult  Dr.  Brooke  (probably  Henry 
Brooke,  D.C.L.  of  All  Souls)  "what  method  is  most 
proper  to  sequester  Mr.  Speke's  living  and  effects  for 
debts  due  to  the  College."  On  30  June,  1738,  he  was 
ordered  to  give  up  his  accounts  on  10  July  and  on 
13  July  he  was  allowed  one  day  more,  viz.  23  October 
next — then  the  College  to  take  proper  steps  to  oblige 
him  by  law.  In  the  meanwhile  no  Bursar  was  to  pay 
him  any  money.  On  27  March,  1739,  it  was  ordered 
that  his  Jf.  should  be  sequestered,  and  a  guinea  is 
charged  in  the  accounts  for  the  expense  :  again  at  Mid- 
summer, 1740,  there  is  a  charge  (£2  19s.)  for  the  same 
purpose.  His  JR.  was  vacant  30  June,  1741.  On 
25  March,  1746,  it  was  resolved  to  release  Philip  Speke 
late  Jf.  from  his  debt  for  £100,  and  all  costs  to  be  paid 
in  six  months,  and  on  25  Oct.  the  release  was  granted 
for  £100  and  £12  costs.  "  The  College  compounded  for 
such  a  desperate  debt,  viz.  £213  2s.  5d.  due  since  1733." 

William  Evans,  ffi.  9  March,  17^  (fit.  Danielis  Evans 
de  Bustock,  i.e.  Burstock,  Dorcestr.  pleb.  set.  17).  £.fH. 
received  as  Servitor  in  the  first  half  of  1714,  restored 
Aug.  1718. 

John  Tom.  m.  9  March,  I7}f  (fil.  Richard!  Tom  de 
Bodmin,  Cornub.  gen.  a3t.  17).  4D.fffl.  received  as  (ft.  in 
the  first  half  of  1714,  taken  up  for  Battels,  Aug.  1718. 
B.A.  14  Oct.  1717. 

Charles  Hughes,  m.  9  March,  17}-J  (fil.  Richard!  Hughes 
de  Breswork,  ?  St.  Breock,  Cornub.  gen.  set.  18).  (E.fH. 
received  as  (?T.  in  the  latter  half  of  1713,  restored 
28  June,  1716. 

John  Smith,  ffc.  17  March,  I7jf  (fil.  Thomse  Smith  de 
Cossington,  Somerset,  cler.  set.  18).  OLfH.  received  as  (ft. 
in  the  first  half  of  1714,  restored  2  Dec.  1719.  Possibly 
J.  S.,  B.A.  (Hart  Hall)  6  March,  1720  ;  M.A.  4  July, 
1721 


1713-14.] 


WARDEN     DUNSTER. 


455 


David  Pratt,  £H.  19  March,  17|£  (fil.  Ephrm.  Pratt  de 
Edgcott,  Northampton,  pleb.  set.  17).  (£.fft.  received  as 
Servitor  in  the  first  half  of  1714,  restored  1  March,  17H. 
B.A.  14  Oct.  1717. 


1714. 

Walter  Wyatt.  (E.fH.  received  as  Servitor  in  the  first  half 
of  1714,  restored  7  Sept.  1716.  Elected  OTlerfe  1714  till 
1716.  B.A.  (New  Inn  Hall)  19  Nov.  1717. 


William  Phipps.     C.fH.  received  as  Jf.<&.  10  Dec.  1714, 
restored  9  Dec.  1715. 
See  also  under  1692. 


Edmund  Flemming.  fH.  22  April,  1714  (fil.  Edvardi 
Flemming  de  Firfield,  Oxon.,  gen.  set.  16).  C.ffl.  re- 
ceived in  the  first  half  of  1714,  restored  Dec.  1719. 
B.A  10  March,  1717.  M.A.  27  June,  1721. 

Thomas  Newnam.  M.  22  April,  1714  (fil.  Michaelis 
Newnam  de  Iver,  Buck.,  gen.  set.  16).  (£.|ft.  received  as 
(E.  in  the  first  half  of  1714,  taken  up  for  Battels  in 
Aug.  1718. 

Thomas  Vernon.  fH.  2  July,  1714  (fil.  Johannis  Vernon 
de  Scti  Jac.,  Londin.,  arm.  set.  17).  C.fft.  received  as 
OL  6  July,  1714,  restored  26  Jan.  1716. 


John  Tracey.  £H.  2  July,  1714  (fil.  Samuelis  Tracey  de 
Guilford,  Surr.,  pleb.  aet.  17).  C.IH.  received  as  Servitor 
6  July,  1714,  restored  10  Dec.  1720.  OTlecfe  1716  to 
1719.  B.A.  12  March,  1718. 


William  Oaks.  fH.  21  July,  1714  (fil.  Gulielmi  Oaks  de 
?  Insu.  Vect.  gen.  set.  18).  <£.£H.  received  as  (ft.  6  July, 
1714,  restored  by  Bursar  Coombe. 


456  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1714. 

John  Cowper.  £K.  14  Oct.  1714  (fil.  Spencer  Cowper  de 
Southerick,  Surr.,  arm.  set.  20).  (JT.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
6  July,  1714,  restored  16  May,  1718.  B.A.  5  Feb.  1715. 
M.A.  (Merton)  18  Dec.  1718. 

Subsequently  Rector  of  Great  Berkhamstead,  Herts,  and 
Chaplain  in  ordinary  to  King  George  II.  Brother  of  William 
Cowper  17flf. 

Samuel  Woodford.  fa.  22  Nov.  1714  (fil.  Heighes  Wood- 
ford  de  Elverton,  ?  Elvetham,  Hampton,  cler.  aet.  18). 
<£JE.  received  as  (ZL  19  Nov.  1714,  restored  by  Bursar 
Coombe  23  June,  — .  Probably  Samuel  Woodford,  B.A. 
(New  College)  8  April,  1719. 

Rector  of  Ansford  (Almsford)  17  Sept.  1719  to  16  May,  1771, 
and  Vicar  of  Castle  Gary  1  Nov.  1721  to  16  May,  1771.  He 
was  buried  at  Almsford  with  the  following  monument : 

H.  S.  E. 

Samuel  Woodforde,  A.M. 

Ecclesiae  de  Castle  Gary  Vicarius 

Hujus  item  Parcecise  annos  magis  quinquaginta 

Rector  indefessus 

Et  honoratissimo  comiti  de  Tankerville 
A  sacris  domesticis. 

Vir  erat 

Antiquis  moribus,  virtute,  fide 

Pauperibus  erogator  largus 

Pater  prudens  ac  providus 

Amicus  certus,  cordatus,  fidus. 

Eodem  tumulo 
Quiescunt  cineres  uxoris  amatse  eequse  ac  amantissimse 

Janse  Woodforde 

Illapru,sobntFeb.8M766|setatisanno    60 
Ille  sequutus  Man  16'  1771  )  76 

Son  of  Heighes  Woodford  16||. 

Woodier  Masson.  f&.  22  Nov.  1714  (fil.  Gulielmi  Masson 
de  Civ.,  Londin.,  gen.  set.  16).  C.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
(Woodyear  Masson)  19  Nov.  1714,  restored  22  June, 

1718. 

William  Dew.  fH.  1  Dec.  1714  (fil.  Thomse  Dew  de  Sti 
Aldates,  Oxon.,  gen.  a3t.  16).  C.fft.  received  30  Nov. 
1714,  restored  bv  Bursar  Irons  28  Oct.  — . 


1714.] 


WARDEN     DUNSTER. 


457 


William  Budworth.  fH.  4  Feb.  1714  (fil.  Gulielmi  Bud- 
worth  de  Civ.  Oxon.,  gen.  set.  16).  (C.fH.  received  as  (ft. 
20  Jan.  I7f£,  restored  9  July,  1724.  Goodridge  Ex- 
hibitioner 1716,  1717.  Elected  £>.  1718:  he  took  the 
Oaths  15  Oct.  1718.  B.A.  5  Feb.  1718.  M.A.  30  June, 
1721.  Goodridge  Exhibitioner  1719,  1720,  1721,  1722. 
Elected  Jf.  before  1725,  probably  in  1724.  Elected 
Moderator  of  Philosophy  1724  ;  Humanity  Lecturer  1725  ; 
but  he  resigned  his  Jf.  24  Feb.  17||. 

Nathaniel  Gilbert,  ffl.  4  Feb.  I7f£  (til.  Nathan.  Gilbert 
de  Insula  Antegoa.,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  <£. 
28  Jan.  17-Ji,  restored  1716. 

Edward  Stillingfleet.  fH.  8  March,  17^  (fil.  Jacobi 
Still  ingfleet  de  Hartlebury,  Vigorn.,  cler.  set.  17).  C.fH. 
received  as  OL  12  Feb.  I7|i,  restored  172—.  B.A. 
24  Nov.  1718.  M.A.  (Merton)  24  Jan.  1721. 

Minister  of  St.  Nicholas,  Worcester  ;  Prebendary  of  Worcester 
1737  ;  Rector  of  Hartlebury.     He  died  16  March,  1777,  and 
was  buried  in  Worcester  Cathedral  with  this  inscription  : 
Edvardus  Stillingfleet 
Episcopi  nepos 

Decani  filius 
Ipse  Canonicus. 

Sed  quorsum  hi  tituli  sepulchrales 
Cum  regibus,  cum  patriciis,  cum  plebeiis 

Jacet 
Communem  mundi  expectans  rogum 

Ob.  Mart,  die  XVI 

Anno  Salutis  Humanse  MDCCLXXVII 
LXXIX. 


Samuel  Perkins.     fH.  17  March,  I7ff  (fil.  Thomas  Perkins 
de  Pelson,   ?  Pillesdon,  Dorcestr.  gen.  set.  18).     <E.i!H.  re- 
ceived   as   01.    26   Feb.    I7|f,  restored   11   July,  1722. 
B.A.  11  Oct.  1718.     M.A.  7  June,  1722. 
Kector  of  Pillesdon  30  May,  1720  ;  died  1726. 

John  Gould,  ffl.  17  March,  17H  (fil.  Thomse  Gould  de 
Peryton,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  18).  C.JH.  received  as 
Servitor  14  March,  1714,  restored  17  April,  1719.  B.A. 
24  Nov.  1718.  M.A.  (St.  Mary  Hall)  8  July,  1721. 


458  WARDEN     DUNSTER.  [1715. 


1715. 

Ewens.     (ftleife  from  Lady  Day  1715   to   Christmas  1717. 
B.A.  (William  Ewins)  19  Nov.  1717. 


George  Worneys  (?).     &.JK.  received  as  (St.  23  Feb.  1?H» 

restored  Aug.  1718. 


William  Morgan.  ffl.  31  March,  1715  (fil.  Edvardi 
Morgan  de  Lenderyn,  i.e.  Penderyn,  Brecon,  gen.  set.  18). 
C.fH.  received  as  (St.  11  Feb.  I7ff,  restored  27  June, 
1716. 

William  Hughes,  ffl.  4  April,  1715  (fil.  Joannis  Hughes 
de  Agmondesham,  Buck.,cler.  set.  18).  (£.fH.  received  as 
OL  30  March,  1715,  restored  28  March,  1720. 

William  Raymond.  M.  4  April,  1715  (fil.  Johannis  Ray- 
mond de  Rumsey,  Hampton,  cler.  set.  19).  <£.J3fl.  received 
as  Servitor,  23  April,  1715,  restored  Christmas,  1720. 
B.A.  26  Feb.  1718. 

Probably  son  of  John  Raymond  1668. 

Edward  Fullham.  ffl.  6  April,  1715  (fil.  Joannis  Fullham 
de  Compton,  Surr.,  gen.  sat.  16).  C.ffl.  received  as  (ft. 
same  day,  restored  20  April,  1716. 

Died  single  31  Dec.  1768,  aged  74  ?  (Manning  and  Bray). 

Charles  Taylor.  fH.  9  April,  1715  (fil.  Joannis  Taylor 
de  Totnes,  Devon,  gen.  set.  17).  C.fH.  received  as  (St. 
14  April,  1715,  restored  in  1718.  B.A.  (Tayler)  24  Nov. 
1718. 

William  Baker.  £H.  30  May,  1715  (fil.  Johannis  Baker  de 
Ilminster,  Somerset,  pleb.  set.  17).  (£.fH.  received  as 
Servitor  20  May,